MS Degree in Transportation


The campus derives its beauty from buildings representing a mixture of modern and classical architecture, surrounded by a rich and varied landscape of trees and foliage. Outstanding campus features include the Durham Computation Center; the Parks Library, an excellent research facility with approximately two million volumes; and the Iowa State University Center, comprised of the 2,750-seat C.Y. Stephens Auditorium, the James H. Hilton Coliseum (seats 14,500), the Fisher Theater (seats 422), and the Scheman Continuing Education building. Events include Big 12 athletic contests and a variety of nationally renowned music, theater, and continuing educational opportunities.

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Beardshear Hall in late September
Beardshear Hall, home to Student Financial Aid and the Office of the President

Student demographics

See ISU's institutional research page for the latest student demographics.

Many InTrans students are studying transportation or a related field such as civil engineering with an emphasis in transportation engineering or bridge engineering.

Students interested in transportation usually join the Transportation Student Association.

City of Ames

Iowa State University is located in Ames, a small city (approximately 50,000) near the center of the state, just 35 miles north of the state's capitol city, Des Moines. The City of Ames offers a safe and pleasant environment with a wealth of special events, recreation, and entertainment opportunities, including city-sponsored recreational leagues and community arts organizations. The national award-winning Cy-Ride bus system and many bicycle and walking paths make Iowa State University's campus easily accessible from anywhere in town.