Transportation and Logistics Management

Faculty

Richard Stewart, Professor; Director, Transportation and Logistics Research Center
Mei Cao, Assistant Professor

For information about Department of Business and Economics admission requirements and policies, see Accounting.

Transportation and Logistics Management Major (Comprehensive)

63-69 credits

Required core courses:

ITS 108           Business Computer Applications - 3 credits
MATH 151     (Calculus) or MATH 240 - 3-4 credits
ACCT 200       Financial Accounting  - 4 credits
ACCT 201       Managerial Accounting - 3 credits
WRIT 209      Business and Professional Writing - 3 credits
BUS 211         Business Law I - 3 credits
ECON 250       Principles of Microeconomics - 3 credits
ECON 251       Principles of Macroeconomics - 3 credits
BUS 270         Business Statistics - 3 credits
BUS 370         Principles of Marketing - 3 credits
BUS 380         Principles of Management - 3 credits

Required major courses:

TRSP 300       Supply Chain Management - 3 credits
GEOG 302       Economic Geography - 3 credits
LSTU 303       Environmental Law and Regulation - 3 credits
FIN 320          Principles of Finance  -  3 credits
ECON 333       Transportation Economics  - 3 credits
TRSP 430       International and Intermodal Transportation Management - 3 credits

Either:
ECON 430       International Economics
or
BUS 430         International Business - 3 credits

Transportation six-week internship:
TRSP 400       Transportation Internship (Capstone) - 2-7 credits
Minimum two credits required. 

And at least two of the following courses:

TRSP 301       Study Abroad - 0-6 credits
TRSP 305       Air Transportation Management - 3 credits
TRSP 315       Land Transportation Management - 3 credits
TRSP 325       Marine Transportation Management - 3 credits
TRSP 401       Advanced Supply Chain Management - 3 credits
TRSP 402       Urban Planning and Transportation Systems - 3 credits
TRSP 405       Port and Terminal Management - 3 credits