FIU CEE Accelerated BS/MS Degree Pathway – Earn Your Master’s Faster
The Accelerated BS/MS Degree Pathway from FIU CEE is a popular option for those students who want to get a head start on their graduate studies prior to completing their undergraduate degrees. Students enrolled in the pathway program can count up to nine credit hours of CEE graduate courses toward both their engineering BS requirements and their MS degrees.
Eligible students are those pursuing BS degrees who are approaching their senior year with at least 3.3 GPA on both overall and upper division courses. Students interested in the Accelerated BS/MS degree pathway should consult with the Undergraduate Advisor on their eligibility to the program and meet with the Graduate Program Director to learn about the graduate program and coursework. That should be done before students complete the application form and submit it to the undergraduate advisor.
Graduate Program Director’s contact information:
Graduate Program Director and Professor
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Dr. Xia Jin is a Graduate Program Director & Professor with the Civil and Environmental Engineering at the Florida International University (FIU). Dr. Jin has over 15 years of professional and academic experience in transportation planning. She is the director of the Travel Behavior and System Modeling lab at FIU. Her research areas include human and freight mobility behavior analysis, travel demand forecasting, emerging mobility options and vehicle technologies, stated preference surveys, the impacts of e-commerce on travel demand, the modeling framework and impact assessment of telecommuting, and freight mobility and safety analysis. She has over 60 journal publications and over 70 conference proceedings. Dr. Jin serves on a committee for the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies: The Travel Survey Methods Committee (AEP35), and the Travel Behavior and Values Committee (AEP30). Dr. Jin holds a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering and Master of Urban Planning and Civil Engineering from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. She is also a professionally certified planner with the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).
For more information on eligibility requirements, please review the Pathway Guidelines for the BS/MS. Please speak with your Undergraduate Advisor to fill out the form.