The Road Master Program provides a more advanced level of technical information and builds upon the Roads Scholar Program. The program is designed to relate to those in a supervisory role. In order to become a Road Master, an individual must have completed the Roads Scholar Program; they must complete four required courses, and three optional courses, totaling 42 hours of training.
Since the inception of the Road Master Program in 1998, over 2,900 participants have completed the program.
Roads Scholars and Road Masters
There is a five-year limit to complete all Roads Scholar and/or Road Master courses. Any Roads Scholar and/or Road Master courses taken beyond five years will not count toward your certificate of completion for the program(s). You will need to retake any expired classes to complete the program(s) and graduate. You are permitted to take classes from both programs in the same year, but you must complete your Roads Scholar before you can complete your Road Master.