Transportation Engineering and Construction Management
The post-baccalaureate certificate in transportation engineering and construction management is intended for civil engineers and construction managers seeking to enter or advance in the transportation construction sector. This certificate program will also allow roadway construction professionals an opportunity to improve their expertise in topics such as road safety assessment and intelligent transportation systems design. Those aiming to start or shift careers into the transportation sector will improve their background and add estimating, bidding and engineering design skills essential to roadway construction.
The certificate in transportation engineering and construction management is part of SIUE's integrative studies program. Please visit the integrative studies graduate website to find additional opportunities or to learn about designing your own graduate degree.
The general requirements for admission and retention are the same as for the Graduate School.
The post-baccalaureate certificate requires the completion of 19 hours of courses, split between the civil engineering and construction departments. The courses are as follows:
- CE 574 – 3 Transportation Infrastructure Security
- CE 575 – 3 Advanced Geometric Design of Highways
- CE 579 – 3 Transportation Safety Systems
- CE 578 – 3 Intelligent Transportation Systems
- CNST 451 – 4 Estimating and Bidding
- CNST 425 – 3 Heavy Civil Construction
The student must successfully complete the program of study with a minimum GPA of 3.0.