Business Administration – Transportation and Logistics

Business Administration – Transportation and Logistics

Program Overview

Logistics specialists are concerned with making sure goods are delivered safely, efficiently, and on time on a consistent basis. It may sound simple enough, but in the business world, logistics is actually a complex process that requires a broad range of skills and abilities to coordinate and time a highly detailed chain of events. Logisticians evaluate, plan and coordinate a company’s entire supply chain, overseeing a product’s life cycle from acquisition through distribution and delivery.

Program Objectives

Keiser University’s Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Transportation and Logistics prepares graduates to succeed in the rapidly evolving world of business logistics and transportation. Designed to provide a well-rounded business education, coursework includes key content areas like management, marketing, finance, accounting, economics and law as well as skill building in decision-making, ethics and communications. Students will also gain the knowledge and skills needed to oversee and coordinate organizational supply chains.

In addition, students in Keiser’s Transportation and Logistics business concentration take part in a professional internship aimed at providing them with critical real-world experience. Plus, students who complete four of the program’s six concentration courses also have the opportunity to sit for all the modules of the American Society of Transportation and Logistics (AST&L) Certification in Transportation & Logistics (CTL) program exam. 

Career Opportunities

As the Western Hemisphere’s commercial gateway, Florida’s logistics and distribution industry provides a variety of career opportunities. Graduates of the Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Transportation and Logistics may pursue entry-level positions including:

  • Logistics Specialist
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Transportation Manager
  • Reverse Logistics Manager
  • Inventory Control Specialist
  • Shipment Coordinator
  • Port and Terminal Operations Specialist

 

Additional concentrations available in:

Business Administration, BA – Management
Business Administration, BA – Human Resource Management
Business Administration, BA – International Business
Business Administration, BA – Marketing
Business Administration, BA – Finance
Business Administration, BA – Hospitality Management
Business Administration, BA – Entrepreneurship *
Business Administration, BA – Automotive Dealership Management *
Business Administration, BA – Equestrian Studies *

 *Offered at the West Palm Beach Flagship - Residential campus.

Contact Keiser University today to learn more about our Business Administration programs.

 

Program Overview

Logistics specialists are concerned with making sure goods are delivered safely, efficiently, and on time on a consistent basis. It may sound simple enough, but in the business world, logistics is actually a complex process that requires a broad range of skills and abilities to coordinate and time a highly detailed chain of events. Logisticians evaluate, plan and coordinate a company’s entire supply chain, overseeing a product’s life cycle from acquisition through distribution and delivery.

Additional concentrations available in:

Business Administration, BA – Management
Business Administration, BA – Human Resource Management
Business Administration, BA – International Business
Business Administration, BA – Marketing
Business Administration, BA – Finance
Business Administration, BA – Hospitality Management
Business Administration, BA – Entrepreneurship *
Business Administration, BA – Automotive Dealership Management *
Business Administration, BA – Equestrian Studies *

 *Offered at the West Palm Beach Flagship - Residential campus.

Program Objectives

Keiser University’s Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Transportation and Logistics prepares graduates to succeed in the rapidly evolving world of business logistics and transportation. Designed to provide a well-rounded business education, coursework includes key content areas like management, marketing, finance, accounting, economics and law as well as skill building in decision-making, ethics and communications. Students will also gain the knowledge and skills needed to oversee and coordinate organizational supply chains.

In addition, students in Keiser’s Transportation and Logistics business concentration take part in a professional internship aimed at providing them with critical real-world experience. Plus, students who complete four of the program’s six concentration courses also have the opportunity to sit for all the modules of the American Society of Transportation and Logistics (AST&L) Certification in Transportation & Logistics (CTL) program exam. 

Career Opportunities

As the Western Hemisphere’s commercial gateway, Florida’s logistics and distribution industry provides a variety of career opportunities. Graduates of the Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Transportation and Logistics may pursue entry-level positions including:

  • Logistics Specialist
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Transportation Manager
  • Reverse Logistics Manager
  • Inventory Control Specialist
  • Shipment Coordinator
  • Port and Terminal Operations Specialist

Contact Keiser University today to learn more about our Business Administration programs.

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