Intelligent Mobility and Autonomous Systems

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April 6, 2023
Q&A: Grad dreams of making impact with transportation data analysis
Isabella Morales ’23 will receive her bachelor’s degree in data science with a concentration in intelligent mobility from Florida Polytechnic University on May 7.  The student from Brandon, Florida, is set on making an impact on...
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Careers in Intelligent Mobility and Autonomous Systems

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Job Growth

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that demand for jobs in intelligent mobility and autonomous systems will grow by 25% between 2021 and 2031. As autonomous vehicles become more popular, jobs in this field are becoming more diverse and can include positions such as software developers/engineers, safety engineers, testers, deployment managers, business intelligence analysts, data scientists, and data analysts. These jobs offer high salaries and are in high demand in many industries, including automotive, transportation, and technology. The average salary for Intelligent Mobility jobs in the United States is $109,020 annually. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Discover Intelligent Mobility and Autonomous Systems

Intelligent mobility, which encompasses the development and integration of autonomous and connected technologies into transportation systems, is a field that is essential to the advancement and future of society. The integration of autonomous vehicles (AVs) is set to revolutionize every aspect of society, from medicine and health care to the food industry, business, and finance.

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Impact various Business Sectors

AVs could revolutionize patient transportation, monitor vital signs, and provide emergency medical care. They can disrupt the food industry by reducing time, expense, and human error. In business and finance, AVs can improve logistics and supply chain management by reducing delivery times and costs, benefiting businesses and consumers.

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Power your Future

The field of intelligent mobility is projected to grow rapidly in the coming years. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the majority of vehicles on the road will be autonomous by 2030. This means there will be a growing demand for experts in this industry, including engineers, software developers, data scientists, and researchers.

Intelligent mobility will transform all of society. Self-driving cars will impact industries, such as healthcare and logistics. Employment in this field is growing with high demand for skilled workers. Many job opportunities are available with proper education and training, offering a challenging and lucrative career.

Intelligent Mobility and Autonomous Systems Concentration

Intelligent Mobility uses data and technology to connect people, places, and goods across all transportation modes. Growth in intelligent mobility will transform the way people travel, interact with their environment, and connect goods and services.
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Intelligent Mobility and Autonomous Systems Concentration for B.S. Business Analytics, Data Science

ESI 4513: Intelligent Mobility (3 credits)

Select two or three of the following courses: 
ESI 4011: Data Analytics for Smart City & Transportation (3 credits) 
ESI 3005: Introduction to Networks and a Connected World (3 credits)
COP 4421: Autonomous Systems Programming (3 credits)
CAP 4613: Applied Deep Learning (3 credits)

Possible elective courses (maximum of one may be taken):
MAN 4593: National Transportation Management (3 credits)
AVM 3012: Air Transportation and Operations (3 credits)
CAP 4410: Computer Vision (3 credits)
CEN 4721: Human Computer Interaction (3 credits)


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Intelligent Mobility and Autonomous Systems Concentration for B.S. Computer Science

COP 3729: Database 2 (3 credits)
CAP 4770: Data Mining & Text Mining (3 credits)

Select two of the following courses:

CAP 4786: Topics in Big Data Analytics (3 credits)
CAP 3774: Data Warehousing (3 credits)
CAP 4410: Computer Vision (3 credits)
CAP 4613: Applied Deep Learning (3 credits)


  Transfer Credits

  • Whether this is your first time in college after high school or you are transferring from another college to finish your bachelor’s degree, we understand that one of your top priorities is to learn how your past credit will apply to your Florida Poly degree.
  • Submit Official Transcripts and Test Scores: All official transcripts and test score reports must be sent to the Office of Admissions as soon as possible. If a transcript is sent while a term is in progress, students are required to send another official copy once final grades are available. This is to include final transcripts reflecting high school, associate’s, bachelor’s, or graduate degrees earned at a prior school.
  • Transfer Credit Evaluations: After a student has been admitted, transfer credit evaluations are completed by the Registrar’s Office to determine which courses taken outside of Florida Poly are applicable to the student’s selected program of study. Exam credit (AICE, AP, CLEP, and IB) is also evaluated for applicability at this time.
  • Grades accepted for college transfer credit: Florida Poly requires a student to earn a minimum of C or higher (a grade of C- (minus) does not meet the minimum grade requirement), to be transferrable and applicable to their degree. If an institution uses Pass/Fail grading, passed coursework equivalent to a C or higher (as indicated by the transfer institution) will be considered transferable.

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