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Business: Transportation & Logistics Management (A.A.S.) - This is a program which develops professionals for one of the fastest growing areas of employment: the movement of goods and people from place to place with maximum efficiency. This program focuses on core courses in logistics management and transportation plus dynamic electives in the field. The curriculum also features basic studies in English, science, the humanities, and other disciplines which provide a diverse and sound background in the liberal arts. Individual concepts in Logistics and Transportation Management are studied in depth, as is their interrelation to industrial and business operations. This degree program leads to an Associate in Applied Science. Most courses are transferable to four-year institutions.

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Business: Transportation & Logistics Management
A.A.S. Program
Hegis Code: 5011

Total Credits: 67-68

First Semester Credits
CMP Elective* 3-4
CMP 103 Microcomputer Hardware and Software 4
ENG 101 Composition I 3
LOG 101 Principles of Logistics Management I 3
MAT 102 Introduction to Statistics 3
Total Semester Credits 16-17
Second Semester Credits
ENG 102 Composition II 3
LOG 102 Principles of Logistics Management II 3
LOG 106 Intermodal Transportation and Logistics in International Trade 3
MAT 109 College Algebra and Trigonometry or higher 4
PED Activity Course (s) 1
STA 110 Introduction to Statistical Research Design 3
Total Semester Credits 17
Third Semester Credits
ECO 207 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
ENV 101 Environmental Science 4
LOG 103 Systems of Intermodal Transportation 3
LOG Elective 3
MAT 103 Applied Statistics 3
PED Activity Course(s) 1
Total Semester Credits 17
Fourth Semester Credits
BUS 112 Principles of Management 3
COM 101 Interpersonal Communications 3
HED 201 Personal and Family Health 2
LOG Electives 6
Social Science Elective ** 3
Total Semester Credits 17

* CMP 105 Electronic Spreadsheets is suggested.

** Recommended:
POL 205 American National Government or
POL 206 State and Local Government.