Morgan State's TUIS program shapes the future of transportation professionals with a specialized education program and practical experience.

Morgan State is a historically black university with a one-of-a-kind program devoted exclusively to preparing students for the field of transportation and urban infrastructure. The university cultivates partnerships to create workforce placement opportunities for students.

Morgan State’s Department of Transportation and Urban Infrastructure Studies (TUIS) is a unique program within the school of engineering. TUIS serves students from diverse backgrounds, including many first-generation students and recent immigrants. While most undergraduate and graduate transportation education occurs as part of a civil engineering or urban planning program, TUIS is a department dedicated entirely to transportation. As a result, it can offer students numerous courses directly related to transit, such as Public Transportation Systems, Management of Transportation Systems, and Transportation Infrastructure. Courses are offered at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

Read the article on page 56 of APTA’s Transit Workforce Readiness Guide.

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