Post Baccalaureate Program Overview

The Transportation Program offers students graduate certificates upon successful completion of 18 credit hours of study in specified areas of concentration. The Post Baccalaureate Certificate (P.B.C.) program is intended for students who do not wish to commit to a full advanced degree program but who wish to develop expertise in a specialized area of transportation. Prospective candidates shall be students with bachelor's degrees seeking to specialize in an aspect of transportation or those with advanced degrees wishing additional course work in a specific area of the profession.

Students in the P.B.C. program may apply for transfer to the M.S. degree program without any loss of credits, assuming they are admitted to the degree program. In order to successfully complete the program, students may not have a grade of C, the minimum passing grade, on more than 20 percent of the required courses. All registered students are held to the same course requirements, grading standards, and tuition and fees. Admission to the P.B.C. program does not guarantee admission to a full degree program.

Requirements for Admission to the Post Baccalaureate Certificate Program include a bachelor's degree, a one page statement of interest in transportation, and a letter of recommendation from a professor or supervisor.