Education and Training at ITS Berkeley
Graduate-Level Research, Graduate Degrees, and Fellowships
ITS Berkeley is the research home of approximately 100 graduate students each academic year who are pursuing masters and Ph.D. degrees. Faculty represent several related transportation disciplines, including civil engineering, city and regional planning, as well as industrial engineering and operations research, computer science, energy, policy, economics, mechanical engineering, and public health.
Jobs and Fellowships
University of California Transportation Center Dissertation Grants are available to transportation students who have advanced to Ph.D. candidacy to support their doctoral research.
Graduate Student Researcher Jobs and Instructorships are available for many of our students, usually at the start of each semester. Research jobs usually qualify students for full or partial remission of fees.
Master's degrees and Ph.D.'s are offered by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering's Transportation Engineering Program and through a transportation concentration in the Department of City and Regional Planning.
The two departments also offer a Concurrent Master of Science/Master of City and Regional Planning in transportation. Additionally, the Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research sponsors a Certificate in Logistics with civil engineering.
ITS Berkeley also offers a Certificate in Intelligent Transportation Systems.
ITS Berkeley provides extensive professional training through our Technology Transfer Program, which includes short courses, workshops, and conferences held in person and online. Many are free or subsidized for public agency employees.
ITS Transportation Library
The ITS Transportation Library is the second largest transportation collection in the United States and offers outstanding reference services.