Below is a list of transportation courses offered at the STRIDE partner universities that students can consider taking. However, students should check with their home institution to find out if the credits are transferable.
UF TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS AND PLANNING CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
The Transportation Operations and Planning (TOP) Certificate Program has been established for transportation professionals and graduate students with interests in transportation systems management and operations, and transportation planning. This is a 9-credit program, taught by faculty in the UF Transportation Institute. The program is administered through the Civil and Coastal Engineering (CCE) Department, an academic unit of the Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure and Environment (ESSIE).
Students must complete 3 of the following 8 courses with a B or better in each course:
TTE 6267 Traffic Flow Theory (3 credits)
TTE 5256 Traffic Engineering (3 credits)
TTE 6205 Freeway Operations and Simulation (3 credits)
TTE 6315: Highway Safety Analysis (3 credits)
TTE 5305 Advanced Transportation Systems Analysis (3 credits)
TTE 5006 Advanced Urban Transportation Planning (3 credits)
URP 6716 Transportation Policy and Planning (3 credits)
CGN 6905 Special Problems in Civil Engineering (3 credits)
Accreditation for the civil engineering program is through the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). The university is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). For additional information see: http://www.eng.ufl.edu
UF CEU Online Program
The UF Occupational Therapy Department offers driving-related courses in through their CEU Online program. Visit here for more information.
- Case Study: Driving and Parkinson’s Disease
- Driving Rehabilitation: Considerations for Private Practice
- The Fitness to Drive Screening Measure: Case Studies
- Drive Focus: A Driving Intervention Tool
- Driving Cessation and Alternative Transportation: The Challenges and Opportunities
- Predicting Simulated Driving Performance in Teens with ADHD/ASD
- Case Study of Driving Readiness: Comparing a Teen with ADHD/ASD to a Healthy Control
NCSU Engineering Online Program
The NCSU Engineering Online program in the college of engineering offers online transportation courses. Courses can be taken as an individual class without being part of a degree or certificate program under NC State’s Post-baccalaureate Studies policy, i.e. these courses can be taken as a non-degree seeking student. Visit here for more information and a list of currently offered courses.
|Course Code||Course Name||Credits|
|CE 501||Transportation Systems Engineering||3|
|CE 502||Traffic Operations||3|
|CE 503||Highway Design||3|
|CE 504||Airport Planning and Design||3|
|CE 505||Railroad Engineering||3|
|CE 509||Highway Safety||3|
|CE 702||Traffic Flow Theory||3|
|CE 705||Intelligent Transportation Systems||3|
|CE 706||Advanced Traffic Control||3|
|CE 707||Transportation Policy and Funding||3|
|CE 708||Transportation Logistics Planning and Optimization||3|
UAB – eLearning
The Division of eLearning and Professional Studies at the University of Alabama at Birmingham is dedicated to support schools/colleges in all aspects of online academic and continuing education program development. Visit here to apply. To view more courses that UAB has to offer, click on “Course Name” in the table below.
|Course Code||Course Name||Credits|
|CE 690||Green Infrastructure and Transportation||3|