Call for Applications:
Online Master of Sustainable Transportation program at the University of
Starts September 30, 2015
The University of Washington's Master of Sustainable Transportation is an
online graduate program focusing on transportation's environmental, social
and economic impacts, and current techniques in planning, engineering,
technology and policy that can be used to address them.
Designed to fit the busy lives of working professionals, the program can be
completed entirely online in three years or less of part-time study.
Students come from a variety of educational and professional backgrounds,
including urban planning and design, engineering, public affairs, economics
and environmental science.
We are currently accepting applications for Fall 2015. Please call program
advisor Dayna Cole at <tel:%28206%29%20685-2312> (206) 685-2312 or email
<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> uwmst(a)uw.edu for more information, or to attend one of
our upcoming informational webinars.
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