The Education Program is designed to the transportation theme of the Center, “Professional Capacity Building.” Through its “Transportation Education Pipeline”, the James E. Clyburn University Transportation Center assists academic divisions and departments with implementing a multi-disciplinary program of course work and experiential learning. The education program includes undergraduate transportation-related courses, educational materials for grades K-12, training, workshops, and a Master of Science Degree in Transportation.

Student Services

This office provides a collection of services designed to enhance the quality of life for graduate and undergraduate students at South Carolina State University. These services are available to those students who are interested in transportation related careers. Information, advice and consultation are provided to students who are seeking fellowships, internships, and employment opportunities.

Master of Science in Transportation

The Master of Science Degree in Transportation Program (MST) at South Carolina State University is located in the College of Science, Mathematics and Engineering Technology at SC State University. The degree program prepares students to understand the historical, current and future trends and developments in transportation systems from an interdisciplinary perspective. Additionally, students are prepared to design, analyze, implement and evaluate new and emerging concepts, skills and workplace behaviors in addressing transportation as a major system in improving the quality of life of citizens globally, nationally, state-wide and locally.

The interdisciplinary Master of Science Degree in Transportation is planned in concert with the collaborative strengths within the University to provide appropriate education, research, and practical experiences for graduates of the program.

Master of Science in Transportation Brochure

Fellowship Programs

The James E. Clyburn University Transportation Center offers three transportation fellowships to eligible students. The three fellowships are the James E. Clyburn Transportation Fellowship, the Leroy Davis Transportation Fellowship, and the Natural Disasters, Coastal Infrastructure and Emergency Management Fellowship. Below are the eligibility criteria for the respective three fellowships:

Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program (DDETFP)

How to apply