Spring 2021 PSU Graduate Courses in Transportation
The 2021 Spring term at Portland State University starts March 29, and since it's all online this term for everyone - Why not take a class? You don't have to be a current PSU student, or even live in Portland.
Below are Spring 2021 transportation graduate courses. Students can register online; if you are not a current PSU graduate student, you can still take these courses through the non-degree application process or as a post-baccalaureate student. Taking a course is one way to see if one of our PSU graduate degree programs is right for you!
Civil and Environmental Engineering*
*Non-degree or non-PSU students should contact the Civil Engineering Academic Program Manager in order to register for a CEE course, as the system requires an approval to process the registration.
CE 410/510 New & Emerging Technologies in Transportation
Instructor: John MacArthur
Prerequisite: CE 351
CE 450/550 Transportation Safety Analysis
Instructor: Christopher Monsere
Prerequisite: CE 351
Urban Studies and Planning
USP 465/565 Pedestrian And Bicycle Planning
Instructor: Drusilla van Hengel
USP 548 Public Transportation Planning
Instructor: Aaron Golub
USP 570 Transportation & Land Use
Instructor: Liming Wang
Recommended prerequisites: USP 515 and 544
Alternative Education Opportunities for Lifelong Learning
Friday Transportation Seminar, Instructors Vary
Ongoing, no application required
Not able to commit to a full semester of a class but still interested in lifelong learning in transportation? Our longstanding online series, the Friday Transportation Seminar, is open to the public for free and offers unique insights into a wide variety of niche transportation topics taught by PSU researchers and guest speakers. Join for one or many! Recordings are made available after; see our archive here.
The Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC) at Portland State University is home to the National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC), the Initiative for Bicycle and Pedestrian Innovation (IBPI), and other transportation programs. TREC produces research and tools for transportation decision makers, develops K-12 curriculum to expand the diversity and capacity of the workforce, and engages students and professionals through education.