Transportation and Logistic:
Students will learn about the multiple modes of transportation to include air, maritime, and ground transportation, which is a critical aspect of logistics management. Students will also learn how these transportation modes impact economies, both on a domestic and global scale, as well as the practical application of cutting edge processes and standards within the current business context of transportation and logistics management.
In addition to the institutional and general education level learning objectives, the Bachelor of Arts in Transportation and Logistics Management also seeks the following specific learning outcomes of its graduates.
How you will learn:
- Apply systems analysis to transportation, logistics, and supply chain management.
- Relate the multidimensional impact of transportation on the economy, public systems, national and local infrastructure, and the environment.
- Understand and evaluate the transportation systems’ political, regulatory, and legal issues.
- Describe and assess the strengths and weaknesses of the major modes of international transportation.