Damn man, thats some amazing stuff! Definitely post more work!
Art Center is ranked #1 both undergraduate and graduate industrial design in the country. Transportation design program is under its Industrial Design department which is no question #1 in the nation followed by CCS's transportation design program.
Programs within Art Center's Industrial Design department are product, transportation, environmental, entertainment, and interaction design). Graduates from any of these programs would receive a Bachelor's of Science for industrial design.
-Undergraduate transportation focuses on the vehicle's ( i.e. aesthetics of form, human packaging, vehicle concept and target demographics etc) After graduating you can design: cars, trucks, buses, watercraft/boats/yachts, motorcycles, atvs, airplanes interiors (not the airplanes themselves) etc
-Graduate transportation design focuses not on the actual vehicle itself but rather the systems and logistics of transportation on a much larger scale. Think like infrastructure in developing cities and such.
Transportation design is the most difficult and hardcore major at the school. The work load is ridiculous. I some what lucked out with 6 classes but most of my friends have 7.