M.S. in International Logistics Management

Our online M.S. in International Logistics Management (ILM) offers timely and innovative courses taught by our industry experienced and highly supportive faculty. Designed for the working professional,

You can access your coursework from anywhere in the world your career may take you. All you need is an internet connection and a commit­ment to challenge yourself academically. This is the perfect part-time program for the full-time working professional.

Pre-Requisites

A Bachelor’s degree (B.A. or B.S) from an accredited institution is required. An undergraduate degree in business is not required.

Admissions

Students are admitted on a rolling basis throughout the year with application deadlines in August, December, and April.

ProgramApplication DeadlineEntrance
International Logistics ManagementAugust 1Late August
December 1Mid-January
April 1Early May

Courses and Credit hours

The curriculum provides a solid business foundation with a focus on logistics management. Our courses emphasize concepts and theories in the fields of marketing, inventory, distribution, transportation management, strategic thinking, business economics, and accounting.

  • Online graduate courses: 36 credit hours

Courses are offered in the spring, summer, and fall on a trimester system. Students may take one or two courses each semester. The program can be completed in as little as 19 months or up to four years.

Required Courses and Schedule of Offerings

Graduate Class Offerings

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Maritime Port Management Certificate

Upon successful completion of your master’s degree, you will also be awarded a professional certification as Maritime Port Manager (MPM) through the The International Association of Maritime and Port Executives (IAMPE). MMA and IAMPE are working together to improve professional development for the maritime and port industry.

Career Possibilities

Graduates of the M.S. in Maritime Management are prepared for a career as managers or port management, maritime management, managers or directors in logistics, supply chain management, production and operations, transportation, procurement, project management, inventory management, and imports and exports.