Quite a few disciplines converge within a full-fledged transportation education program. Civil engineering is the avenue most students take, but mechanical engineering, electric and electronic engineering, mathematics, computer and communication sciences and environmental sciences and engineering are also great contributors to this field and worth envisaging when considering how best to embrace the profession.

The College of Management of technology and the International Institute for the management of Logistics are also important actors in education related to the transportation domain, namely providing the Executive Master in Global Supply Chain Management.