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The transportation graduate program at the University of Colorado Denver emphasizes interdisciplinary coursework and research on sustainable infrastructure, active transportation, road safety, as well as transportation planning, operations, design and management. Graduate student opportunities, at both the doctoral and master's-level, are available through the Center for Sustainable Infrastructure Systems (CSIS), the Active Communities/Transportation (ACT) Research Group, and the Transportation Research Center.The UTCP educational goal is "a multidisciplinary program of course work and experiential learning that reinforces the transportation theme of the Center." The MPC educational plan is consistent with national goals to (1) introduce transportation concepts in elementary and secondary education; (2) vocational and technical training; (3) transportation degree programs; international and multidisciplinary; and (4) mid-career transportation training.

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Student of the Year

The Mountain-Plains Consortium Outstanding Student of the Year Award annually recognizes an outstanding transportation student at one of the MPC member universities.

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