Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts in Transportation & Logistics Management


$319 Per Credit

Known as the Degree that Delivers, our nationally recognized transportation and logistics management major has placed hundreds of graduates into management-level positions. Our location on the doorstep of an international transportation cluster provides access to tours, networking with industry leaders, and internship and job opportunities.

As a student in this program, you’ll experience coursework in transportation modal management, supply chain management, environmental sustainability and international trade—all building upon a strong business management foundation. With an exceptionally high percentage of international and female students, the program embraces diversity and offers a global perspective.

Program Description

What You’ll Learn

Transportation and Logistics Management majors:

  • Gain a sound education in business fundamentals and expanded learning in transportation management, logistics and supply chain management.
  • Acquire real-world experience with field tours, speakers and internships.
  • Learn and apply logistics and supply chain theories and tools.
  • Obtain an understanding of conducting business in different cultures and moving freight and people around the world.
  • Develop decision-making, analytical, planning, leadership and organizational skills.

Choose from one of three graduation plan options:

  • A four-year plan earning a B.S. or a B.A. degree in transportation and logistics management
  • An accelerated plan that leads to graduating in 3.5 years with a transportation and logistics management major
  • A four-year plan leading to a double major in transportation and logistics management and business administration with a concentration in supply chain management

Career Opportunities

The transportation and logistics sector is experiencing substantial growth resulting in increased demand for highly trained specialists in the field. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that transportation-related fields are growing by nearly 56,000 jobs per year just in the United States alone.

Our graduates are prepared for a wide variety of management positions. Examples include:

  • Transportation manager for air, highway, rail, marine, pipeline or intermodal systems
  • Purchasing specialist
  • Warehouse, terminal or distribution center manager
  • Inventory analyst
  • Transportation planner
  • Supply chain manager
  • Logistics coordinator


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