Now Enrolling: UD Graduate Certificate in Railroad Engineering Program

Written by Marybeth Luczak, Executive Editor
Dr. Allan M. Zarembski is Research Professor and Director of the Railroad Engineering and Safety Program at the University of Delaware, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Dr. Allan M. Zarembski is Research Professor and Director of the Railroad Engineering and Safety Program at the University of Delaware, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

The University of Delaware (UD) is accepting applications for its Graduate Certificate in Railroad Engineering program, 2021-22 academic year. Professionals and engineering graduates may enroll; GREs (Graduate Record Examinations) are not required.

All three graduate program courses (nine credits), including lectures and assignments, can be accessed remotely. The Railroad Engineering course is held during the fall semester (September 2021), while the Railroad Safety and Derailment and the Railroad Geotechnical Engineering courses are given in the spring (February 2022). Download curriculum specifics below. Regular admission starts in the fall, but it is possible to begin earlier, in the spring 2021 semester.

Prospective students should contact Chris Reoli in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering to apply. For further information, contact Program Director Professor Allan M. Zarembski.

Download UD Graduate Certificate in Railroad Engineering Program Curriculum Specifics:

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