Date of publication: 2017-09-03 16:28
The Journal of Modern Transportation (JMT) is a fully sponsored, peer-reviewed open access journal published under the brand SpringerOpen. It provides a platform for scholars to publish their works in the general area of transportation, concerned with analysis, planning, design, operations, technologies, and economics of modern transportation and traffic systems with focus on high-speed railway technological and theoretical achievements across the world, especially in China. Specific topics cover
Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MS) - Designed for those interested in furthering their technical education and advancing the science of construction engineering and management. This degree requires a research thesis/project in addition to coursework, and typically requires to 7 academic years to complete.
Industry leaders are directly involved through national and regional liaison committees as well as making contributions to lecture content, assignments and research projects.
Upon selection the Master admits graduates in Transportation or Car Design, Industrial Design, Vehicle Engineering or their equivalents, and candidates who have gained significant professional experience in the field. The program has a limited number of places available. Applicants will be admitted upon selection based on the student’s CV, portfolio and on an interview. Applications must be sent to the SPD Academic Office. More information on the admission process here.
The MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics Supply Chain Management programs attract a diverse group of talented and motivated students from across the globe. Students work directly with researchers and industry experts on complex and challenging problems in all aspects of supply chain management. MIT SCM students propel their classroom and laboratory learning straight into industry. They graduate from our programs as thought leaders ready to engage in an international, highly competitive marketplace. This is partly why MIT is continually ranked #6 by . News & World Report in logistics and supply chain management education.
Stanford's Civil and Environmental Engineering Department has adopted as our central academic thesis that the built and natural environments are interdependent and inseparable, requiring that the next generation of civil and environmental engineers work jointly as never before. We are dedicated to positioning ourselves as world leaders in the field of Engineering for Sustainability, with the goal of producing professionals up to the task of wise and efficient use of resources while creating the next generations of the built environment.
With the prior approval of the Head of Department, up to 95 points may be replaced by other appropriate courses offered at this or another university.