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Transportation and Logistics - Associate Degree

As a Transportation and Logistics professional, you'll play a vital role in keeping the world moving! By enrolling in EFSC's Transportation and Logistics A.S. degree program you'll be well-prepared for future work in the growing field of carrier and logistics management.

With comprehensive knowledge and an integrated understanding of logistics, you become a strong candidate in the job market. This degree opens up career opportunities in various business industries and is essential in ports, railways, trucking, and air cargo operations. You'll find abundant and diverse career prospects as a graduate, as every retail organization relies on a supply chain.

The opportunities available to you will vary based on the industry and specialization you choose. Upon completing the program, you'll not only hold a valuable degree but you'll also be prepared to take exams for current industry certifications and licenses.

Additionally, you can even consider continuing your education by pursuing a bachelor's degree, such as Eastern Florida's Bachelor of Applied Science in Organizational Management.

Transportation and Logistics - Associate Degree

Program Overview

Degree Type
Associate in Science (A.S.)
Delivery Method
Online Only
Total Credit Hours
Academic Community
Contact Information

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Transportation and Logistics A.S. Degree - Course Curriculum

You'll learn about the technical aspects of supply chains, which are becoming more complex. By the end of the program, you'll be able to effectively explain these concepts to colleagues and customers who may not have a technical background. The course curriculum includes classes that are also part of the degree's two associated College Credit Certificates.

Transportation and Logistics A.S. Degree - Admissions Information

If you're interested in the Transportation and Logistics A.S. degree, you can apply through the regular EFSC admissions process. The program accepts applications on an ongoing basis, which means you can apply and start classes during any term that works for you. If you have any questions or need guidance, reaching out to the program advisor or the program manager is a great initial step to take.

Brief Costs and Financial Aid Eligibility

Obtaining a Transportation and Logistics A.S. degree from Eastern Florida will cost you approximately $6,660, which covers in-state tuition and fees. However, please note that this amount does not include expenses for course materials or any lab fees. Fortunately, there are options available to help reduce your out-of-pocket costs. You may be eligible for financial aid, scholarships, or Veterans Educational Benefits, which can provide additional financial support.

College Courses You Would Take

The Transportation and Logistics program at EFSC establishes a foundation of industry knowledge that you can put to use right away, and continue to build on throughout your career. All of the courses are available online, with some technical electives and general education courses also available face-to-face. This flexibility enables you to work while earning this degree, if needed.

Here are some of the courses you'll tackle as part of this degree program:

Why Study Transportation and Logistics at EFSC?

Comprehensive Curriculum

In this program, you'll gain hands-on experience, valuable skills, and essential knowledge in variety of relevant areas. You'll develop core quantitative skills including statistics, analytics, spreadsheet modeling, and problem-solving. Additionally, you can expect to learn the fundamentals of business management, logistics management, operations and supply chain management, strategic operations, and outsourcing, among other subjects.

Diverse Post-Graduation Opportunities

EFSC's Transportation and Logistics degree program will prepare you for careers in carrier management services and logistics management services. This includes handling cargo, freight, inventory control, purchasing, storage, quality control, transportation, shipping and receiving, and distribution.

Upon graduation, you'll be equipped for potential entry-level positions such as analyst, buyer/planner, customer service representative, dispatcher, import/export clerk, inventory control specialist, logistics technician, master production scheduler, materials planner, purchasing assistant, shipping and receiving specialist, transportation planner, or warehouse specialist.

You can also move on to a bachelor's program, including EFSC's Bachelor of Applied Science degrees, including the specializations in the Organizational Management program, which are specifically designed for A.S. graduates who will complete additional general education requirements as part of their BAS program. If you are considering bachelor options at other colleges or universities, work closely with an advisor at those institutions to ensure your coursework will meet their general education prerequisites and admission requirements.

Related Business Programs

In addition to the first two certificate programs mentioned below, which offer courses that count toward the Transportation and Logistics A.S. degree and can be completed at the same time, EFSC offers several other programs that you might find appealing.