MTM 201 - Transportation Systems and Society
Core transportation knowledge and systems thinking. Characteristics of travel modes and infrastructural elements that produce transportation systems; public, private, and nonprofit actors involved in transportation; transportation systems as levers toward achieving economic vitality, social equity, environmental sustainability, and community goals; and key challenges transportation system managers will face in the coming decade.
Satisfies GWAR: Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement
Grading: Letter Graded
Note(s): This course satisfies the GWAR for the MSTM program.
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