Transportation, Logistics and Supply Chain Management Certificate
What is Transportation, Logistics and Supply Chain Management?
- Transportation, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management focuses on the movement and storage of goods and services across the country and across the globe. In addition Transportation, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management includes the technical skills of transportation, engineering, and the analytical business decision-making skills of supply chain management
- Given the rise in e-commerce and online shopping, the need for individuals with a strong understanding on Transportation, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management and how to distribute these goods and services to customers is in high demand with many businesses and organizations around the world
- This certificate program is open to students who have a bachelor's degree in business or engineering or in a related field and a GPA of at least 3.0
- Students must satisfy the prerequisites for each course in the program
Cost of Program:
- This program follows the university’s current fee per credit hour for graduate courses.
- Since this program is 12 credits in length, regardless of the track you choose, the approximate cost for the program would be (12) times the current fee per credit hour for graduate courses.
- For the current fee per credit hour for graduate courses, click here.
For Domestic Students
- August 1 for Fall Semester; December 1 for Spring Semester; May 1 for Summer Semester
For International Students*
- March 15 for Fall Semester; August 15 for Spring Semester; February 15 for Summer Semester
- *International students should contact the International Student Services Office before applying to this program to determine if you will be eligible for this program since this certificate program is for non-degree seeking students
Applications must be complete and all documents submitted before the deadline to be considered for admission.
Once all documents have been received, you can be accepted for the semester corresponding to the application deadline (see the table above).
- Graduate Courses taken at an institution outside of FAU will NOT be counted as course credit towards the Transportation, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management Graduate Certificate program as courses for the certificate must be completed 100% in residence at FAU.
How to Apply:
For students who meet the admission requirements listed in the overview section above, complete the following steps to apply for the Transportation, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management Graduate Certificate program.
- Step 1: Complete the non-degree seeking application and submit the completed application to FAU's Office of the Registrar before the
application deadlines listed in the section above.
- Once your non-degree application is approved by FAU (you will generally be notified via email), be sure to check to see if you have any registration holds and contact the appropriate office(s) listed to have your Hold(s) removed.
- If you are a current FAU student and are already in a graduate degree program (e.g. MBA, MSITM, etc.), you do not need to fill out a non-degree seeking application. You only need to fill out a program application (see Step 2).
- Step 2: Complete the program application to the Transportation, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management Graduate Certificate Program and submit the completed application form to the College of Business Graduate Advisor, Michelle Williams (email@example.com 561-297-1314) before the application deadlines listed in the section above.
- Step 3: Please send your official transcripts reflecting the completion of your bachelor's
degree (and master’s degree, if applicable) to the College of Business Graduate Advisor,
Michelle Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org 561-297-1314), for the Transportation,
Logistics, and Supply Chain Management Graduate Certificate in the College of Business.
- Once all your transcripts are received and your program application is reviewed, you will be notified whether or not you have been approved for the program. Once you receive approval for the program, the College of Business Graduate Advisor will provide you the program advising sheet so that you may select the classes you plan to complete.
- Once you are admitted into the program, you should review the current course schedule and register for classes via MyFAU registration. If you are a non-degree seeking student, you are only able to register after a specific date each semester. This date is generally one to two weeks before the first day of the semester. Please review the University’s Academic Calendar for more information on this date.
Once All Certificate Courses Are Completed:
- Once all four courses for the certificate are completed, to receive your actual certificate,
you need to:
- Fill out the certificate application form (Coming soon)
- Note: Once on the page, navigate to the "students" section and click on "Application for Certificate" link. Fill out the digital form and then once you complete the form, click on "Print pdf" on the bottom of the page and your completed form will be downloaded as a PDF
- Once the application is completed & downloaded as a PDF, submit the completed PDF application for certificate to Michelle Williams (email@example.com)
- Fill out the certificate application form (Coming soon)
- The Transportation, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management Graduate Certificate seeks to provide students with the knowledge necessary in this age of connected supply chains, the Department of Information Technology and Operations Management (ITOM) in the College of Business and the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatics Engineering (CEGE) in the College of Engineering and Computer Science offer a jointly designed certificate in Transportation, Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- This 12-credit certificate permits graduate students to expand their knowledge on the technical skills of transportation, engineering, and the analytical business decision-making skills of supply chain management
- All four required courses must be completed with a GPA of 3.0 or better.
- All course materials are in English
- All international students must demonstrate proficiency in English to enter the program
- ITOM Courses (select two from the list, one of which must be MAN 6596)
- MAN 6501 - Operations Management
- MAN 6581 - Project Management
- MAN 6596 - Supply Chain Management
- CEGE Courses (select two from the list)
- TTE 6501 - Transportation System Analysis
- TTE 6507 - Transportation and Supply Chain Systems
- TTE 6508 - Maritime Freight Operations