WSU: CE7630 Urban Transportation Planning
This comprehensive course offers an in-depth perspective on transportation planning, equipping students with the necessary analytical and statistical tools to grasp various planning principles. It delves into the intricate relationship between transportation and land use, travel demand forecasting, demand versus supply characteristics, and the development and evaluation of alternative systems. Furthermore, the curriculum will encompass travel demand analysis, benefit-cost analysis, transportation equity analysis, and transit accessibility measurement. Students will learn the intricacies of conducting transportation demand analysis, which includes both the traditional four-step model and the advanced agent-based model.
WSU: CE 4610/5610 Highway Design
This course covers the standards recommended by American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), FHWA, and MDOT for designing and evaluation of highways. Its objective is to introduce the students to the concepts, requirements, and fundamental skills for highway design and evaluation. The primary goal of geometric design is to provide for the safety and comfort of road users with due regard to social, economic and environmental constraints. Upon the completion of the course, the student is expected to be able to design and evaluate highways per AASHTO, MDOT and FHWA standards and recommendations.
UC DAVIS: ECI 114 Probabilistic Systems Analysis
Work through the principles of probability and their mathematical representation in the form of variables, relationships, and functions
Cover the methods of statistical analysis of engi¬neering experimental and field data
Improve their engineering method and statistical thinking