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Transportation and Logistics Management

Transportation and Logistics is considered "in high demand" and "a growth industry" in Puget Sound. The program prepares students for management positions in transportation and logistics for public agencies and private companies. Students who complete this degree can pursue careers at companies like Boeing, FedEx, Costco, WalMart, Amazon, the Port of Seattle, Alaska Airline, Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway, Schneider trucking and logistics, SeaTac airport and ports of Seattle and Tacoma.

Classes to Fit Your Life

Most courses are offered as hybrids, with a single meeting per week, designed for working professionals. The program generally takes two years of full-time enrollment to complete. Classes will be taught at our Redmond Campus, conveniently located near Marymoor Park, with easy access to 520 and free parking.

Application Deadline

The Bachelor of Applied Science in Transportation and Logistics Management is now admitting new students in Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters! The application deadline for Winter Quarter 2016 is November 9, 2015.

 



DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES

Transportation and Logistics Management, BAS

 

Information Sessions

TransportationThese helpful sessions present an overview of the program and explain the admission process.

Upcoming Information Sessions

  • Wednesday April 27, 2016
  • Wednesday May 11, 2016
  • Wednesday June 8, 2016

Kirkland Campus
Allied Health Building A102 6:00 PM

No RSVP is needed. Attendance is highly recommended for all applicants.

 

Advising AND ADMISSIONS

Applicants to the Bachelor of Applied Science in Transportation and Logistics Management (BASTLM) are selected on a competitive basis.  This program has application and qualification requirements with an application deadline unique to the program.  Additionally, if admitted to the program, an academic bridge option of one quarter is available to complete admission prerequisites before technical coursework begins.  Program information sessions and specialized advising is available before applying to this program.

For further program admissions information, application requirements and program cost questions, email Lynne Szymanski, Student Success Navigator.

For questions about specific program content or courses, please email Abdul Waheed, the Program Director.