Major in Supply Chain Management

This major provides the skills and knowledge required to understand transportation and logistics systems and how to effectively manage them. It builds knowledge in the fields of transportation, logistics, and supply chain management by providing students with the principles of management, economics and finance for supervisory roles in airlines, shipping, seaports, airports, and global logistics; in both government and private industry contexts. The major is benchmarked against The American Society of Transportation & Logistics (ASTL)

The list of planned courses reads as follows:

Bachelor of Applied Science Business Administration (Transportation and Logistics) Semester 7

  • LSS 2533 Research Methods
  • BUS 4813 Transportation Management
  • BUS 4823 Transportation Economics
  • BUS 4833 Fundamentals of Intermodal Transportation
  • BUS 4843 Logistics Management

Bachelor of Applied Science Business Administration (Transportation and Logistics) Semester 8

  • BUS 4853 Supply Chain Management
  • BUS 4863 Project Management
  • BUS 4873 International Logistics Management
  • BUS 4883 Advanced Business Logistics
  • BUS 4983 Industry Project