The curriculum of the TISE Program has been designed to enable students to plan, design, construct, maintain, rehabilitate, manage, operate and predict service life of civil infrastructure elements and systems. In addition, the courses are organized to allow students to master the analytic, experimental, and problem-solving skills needed in their professional work. We provide a dynamic program, which changes according to the current and future needs of the profession.

The program aims at providing a graduate education that fosters the development of technical competence in the area of transportation infrastructure and systems engineering. The Systems part of the TISE Program targets traffic engineering, transportation planning, safety, transit, and airports as fields of study and research. Similarly, the Infrastructure part targets pavement design, civil engineering materials, and transportation infrastructure assessment, maintenance and management as areas of teaching and research concentration.