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American Public University (APU)

A Transportation & Logistics Education For Those Who Expect More. American Public University (APU) can help prepare you for success in today's demand-driven logistics industry. Students learn from experienced practitioners who know how to help a logistic strategy stand out—from supply chain management to reverse logistics. APU's professors are industry insiders, many of who work in corporate leadership roles. Choose from 190+ affordable online degree and certificate programs. Get started today at

American Society of Transportation & Logistics

The American Society of Transportation and Logistics (ASTL) provides a career pathway of life-long learning for professionals in the transportation logistics industry. Earn your industry credential as a GLA, PLS, CTL, or DLP, and an opportunity to connect with colleagues around the world. ASTL provides state-of-the-art knowledge for developing practical answers to today’s transportation and logistics challenges.


APICS is the association for supply chain management and the leading provider of research, education and certification programs that elevate supply chain excellence, innovation and resilience. The APICS Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM); APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP); APICS Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution (CLTD); and APICS Supply Chain Operations Reference-Professional (SCOR-P) designations set the industry standard. With more than 45,000 members and approximately 300 channel partners, APICS is transforming the way people do business, drive growth and reach global customers.

Baruch College Division of Continuing and Professional Studies

Trade globally…learn locally! Baruch College’s Weissman Center for International Business and Division of Continuing and Professional Studies (CAPS) runs 45+ practical courses and 7 rigorous certificate programs to develop and advance your international trade career. We offer Customs Broker License Test Preparation, Import and Export Operations, Logistics, Supply Chain Management, International Entrepreneurship, NASBITE-endorsed Certified Global Business Professional test preparation, and more. Earn NCBFAA-approved CEUs in selected courses and seminars. Taught by industry experts on our NYC campus, NJ port area, onsite, and online.

Bureau of Dangerous Goods

Air, land or sea...if your company lacks the training necessary for shipping and handling dangerous goods, The Bureau of Dangerous Goods is the place for all your training needs. The Bureau offers onsite, classroom, and online training. Our certified instructors have been teaching since 1982, and are recognized worldwide as leaders in the field. Visit our Web site for more information. We can also specialize training to suit your company's needs.

California State University -- Long Beach

The Center for International Trade and Transportation (CITT) acts as a catalyst for growth, and offers a neutral ground for addressing issues along the entire global logistics pipeline. CITT is a partner with METRANS, a University Transportation Center funded by the U.S. DOT and Caltrans. The Global Logistics Specialist (GLS) and the Marine Terminal Operations Professional (MTOP) are industry-driven training programs. The GLS serves both users and providers of global logistics services. Classes are offered on the CSULB campus and in an innovative online format. The MTOP program addresses all aspects of terminal operations from container terminals, breakbulk, and RoRo to cruise terminals. For more information, visit this website.

Central Michigan University

Central Michigan University's online Master of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in logistics management is an accelerated 34-credit degree program taught completely online that takes two years to complete. The degree's nine core courses — including logistics management, integrated logistics strategy, lean logistics, and risk-based logistics networks — form a solid foundation in business administration.

Clarkson University Reh School of Business

Clarkson University is an AACSB-accredited university in upstate New York. Ranked in the top 90 MBA programs and Top 20 overall supply chain programs countrywide, it provides residential and online programs including a Masters in Supply Chain Management. The program is fully online, includes live lectures in every class, and is available to start any of four quarters with flexible, accessible, and efficient classes designed for working professionals to complete in one to two years.

Currie Associates, Inc.

Currie Associates offers on-site, remote Web-based, and online training courses customized to your company operations on topics such as 49 CFR; ADR; IATA/ICAO; IMDG; transportation of batteries; blocking, bracing and cargo securement; and multimodal courses. Currie Associates also provides copies of required regulatory code books and publishes a variety of training programs and compliance guides.

Duquesne University, Palumbo-Donahue School of Business

Duquesne University’s Palumbo-Donahue School of Business has been developing Supply Chain leaders for over 25 years. The School has garnered national recognition and continues to lead the way with an innovative program and deep ties to corporate partners. Our hands-on curriculum cuts across disciplinary boundaries and imparts the “practical wisdom” students need to add sustainable value to any company’s supply chain. BSBA with a supply chain management major and an optional health care supply chain track. Accredited by AACSB-International.

East Carolina University, College of Business

Supply chain management has become increasingly significant as firms recognize the importance of aligning the supply chain and production system with how a firm strategically competes in the global marketplace. East Carolina University’s concentration in operations and supply chain management (OSCM) prepares students for careers in sourcing, operations, and logistics. OSCM graduates have career choices as managers of purchasing, distribution, inventory, logistics, operations, quality, and supply chains. The OSCM curriculum also prepares graduates to sit for the Certified Purchasing Manager examination.

Elmhurst College

Whether you’re pursuing graduate studies or an accelerated undergraduate program, the School for Professional Studies at Elmhurst will open the door to a wealth of opportunities. Wherever you are in your career, a certificate in your field can help you reach your goals. The School for Professional Studies at Elmhurst offers a wide range of certificate programs at both the undergraduate and graduate level. From the Elmhurst MBA to a master’s in supply chain management to a leadership-focused MSN, our dynamic graduate programs will hone your leadership skills and prepare you for success. Courses are conveniently scheduled online or in the evenings.

Fairleigh Dickinson, Silberman College of Business

Fairleigh Dickinson’s Silberman College of Business is currently recruiting a 2018 Spring cohort at the Florham Campus. In just 16 months, an MS degree in Supply Chain Management from Silberman College of Business will equip you with the technical and managerial skills to help improve the efficiency and effectiveness of business operations.Whether you are starting off in your career or looking to make a career transition into SCM, an advanced degree such as an MS in SCM will train you in critical aspects of SCM and will enable you to take advantage of the growing opportunities in the field.

Florida Institute of Technology

As a result of the globalization of business and an ever-increasing demand for efficiency, supply chain managers are in high demand. Florida Tech’s master’s in supply chain management provides training in this emerging industry so graduates can effectively plan, communicate, reduce costs, improve processes, manage vendors, control inventory, and manage receiving and delivery for organizations around the world. Students in the master’s in supply chain management program experience an intimate, focused environment where professors mentor students and class sizes are small.

Georgia College

Now fully online, Georgia College has offered a nationally recognized Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management program for 40 years, preparing thousands of students for success in their chosen careers and professions. The program was ranked in the Top 10 online logistics/SCM programs by BestSchools. The university is also expanding its educational efforts in undergraduate courses focused on a concentration in logistics and transportation.

Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute

The Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL) offers a comprehensive curriculum of short courses and seminars in which participants can earn a professional certificate in Supply Chain and Logistics or a professional certificate in Lean Supply Chain. More than 18 open enrollment supply chain and logistics short courses are offered each year. SCL can also assemble a curriculum designed for individual company needs. SCL students come from all segments of the logistics community – from manufacturing and distribution, warehousing, transportation, and third-party logistics to consulting and information technology.

Golden Gate University

Golden Gate University has prepared leaders in the field of supply chain management for nearly a century, producing hundreds of alumni who work in all types of industries around the world. Our curriculum incorporates the latest practices in Global Supply Chain Management (GSCM) to equip managers with skills needed for a complex, technical, risky and high-pressure global environment. Learn from instructors with senior-level GSCM experience in major international corporations on campus in downtown San Francisco, or entirely online.

Governors State University

This online MBA in Supply Chain Management is listed in the Wall Street Journal as the “Hottest New MBA.” World-class, full-time faculty provide graduates with a strong business foundation and knowledge of cutting-edge theories and practices essential to addressing supply chain management issues facing organizations. This 100-percent online, accelerated 17-month program is fully accredited and designed as an interactive cohort format for working professionals. Learn more:

Illinois Institute of Technology (ITT)

Industrial Technology and Management (INTM) at Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) offers Bachelor and Masters degrees, with specializations in Supply Chain Management, Industrial Facilities, Industrial Sustainability, and Manufacturing Technology. The Bachelor (BINTM) is a transfer degree, requiring an Associates degree or equivalent college credits in a technical field. The Master of Industrial Operations (MITO) prepares students for management positions in industrial companies. Evening and online courses allow flexibility for working adults.

International Import-Export Institute at Dunlap-Stone University

The tempo of trade has increased globally and the demand for qualified professionals with proven skills and knowledge is on the rise. Since 1995, IIEI at Dunlap-Stone University has been a global leader, providing practical, in-demand education and training. Individuals seeking professional significant degrees and certifications with an emphasis in international trade and logistics, call an advisor today at 800-474-8013.

Iowa State University

At the Iowa State University Ivy College of Business, we bring together world-class faculty, staff, programs, and facilities to deliver business education for a rapidly changing world. We prepare students for a future of progress, giving them the vision and skills to go out and make a difference in the world. We provide a variety of real-world experiences outside of the classroom. Our supply chain program has consistently ranked among the top 10 programs in the world for research.

Lehigh University - College of Business & Economics

Through in-depth study of an organization's value chain, Lehigh University's supply chain management certificate program demonstrates how supply chain activities are linked both internally and externally. In a creative, hands-on environment that uses case studies and industry experts, students explore the multiple factors that impact a company's supply chain. The curriculum offers a wide-ranging focus for students who wish to explore the broader issues of the supply chain–from team leadership to activity-based costing.

Loyola University Chicago

The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program at Loyola focuses on major areas of the industry, such as purchasing, transportation, logistics, distribution, and warehousing. Loyola’s program is one of the few specialized supply chain management degree programs in the nation—and the only one offered by an accredited business school in Illinois. The program focuses on real-world supply chain issues, enabling students to develop contemporary tools and strategies, and is taught by nationally recognized faculty who are dedicated to teaching and easily accessible to students.

Maine Maritime Academy

Maine Maritime Academy is a co-educational, public college on the coast of Maine offering 18 degree programs in engineering, management, science, and transportation. The college serves undergraduate and graduate students in career-oriented programs of study. The Graduate school offers two MS degree programs, one on campus and one online. Maine Maritime Academy was ranked the #1 Best Public College by—Money magazine’s Best Colleges list—released in August of 2014.

Michigan State University Eli Broad College of Business

Are you ready to advance your career in supply chain management, develop your knowledge and skills, or enrich your organization? Look no further than Executive Development Programs from the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. Our executive education and corporate learning programs are tailored for today’s business needs and provide immense, long-lasting value and access to professional networks.

MIT Sloan School of Management

The MIT Sloan School of Management, based in Cambridge, Mass., is one of the world’s leading business schools -- conducting cutting-edge research and providing management education to top students from more than 60 countries. What makes the MIT Sloan community so dynamic is the absence of boundaries. Invention is cross-cultural, multi-disciplinary, inter-generational, and a result of one key common denominator: excellence. Members of this community believe strongly that there’s no point in striving for anything else.

Moraine Valley Community College

Moraine Valley’s Holistic Supply Chain courses include two Certificate Programs Introduction to Supply Chain Management and Advanced Supply Chain Management all on-line, Certified Logistics Associate (CLA) and Certified Logistics Technician (CLT) designed to align with the Manufacturing Skills Standards Council’s (MSSC) standards for material movers as well as Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) courses, Forklift, and Aerial Work Platform. We also do customized training for companies. If you have employees who need training, contact us. Call the Corporate, Community and Continuing Education office at (708) 974-5735.

Mount Royal University - Continuing Education

Mount Royal University’s Supply Chain Management Extension Certificate provides the fundamental topics and components of working within supply chains, including distribution, inventory, and warehouse control; and e-business and procurement strategies. If you are a supply chain professional, consultant, or seeking a career in this growing field, acquire a broad overview of how different parts of the supply chain fit together and the critical role they play in the success of all organizations. Courses available online and in the classroom.

Norco College

The Logistics Management Program at Norco College (formerly Riverside Community College) includes both certificate and Associate of Science degree options. Courses within Norco's Logistics Management Program include: Principles of Logistics, Purchasing Management, Freight Claims, Logistics Contracts, Transportation and Traffic Management, Warehouse Management, Inventory Management, Computerized Logistics, and International Logistics. The academic Logistics Management Program is part of an array of services offered by the district designed to support the logistics business community.

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College

Looking for high-quality, life-long learning opportunities that are what you want, when you want, where you want, and how you want them? Look at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. This two-year technical college serves Northeast Wisconsin by providing education, training, and life-long learning opportunities for individuals and businesses leading to the development of a skilled workforce. Online courses include global business management, logistics, supply chain management, and more.

Northwestern University Transportation Center

Since 1954, the Northwestern University Transportation Center (NUTC) has been recognized as a leading interdisciplinary education and research institution. It is dedicated to the long-term improvement of domestic and international systems for the movement of materials, people, energy, and information. NUTC serves industry, government, and the public through its research, Northwestern’s graduate-level degree programs, and other educational and outreach programs.

Ohio State University—Fisher College of Business

Learn a unique, proven approach to using cross-functional business processes to co-create value and drive performance. Executives from leading-edge companies and researchers with Ohio State's Global Supply Chain Forum have spent 20 years developing a strategic framework for supply chain management that focuses on managing essential business processes, both cross-functionally and with supply chain key members. Now, executives in your organization can benefit by attending one of our open enrollment seminars. Supply chain management is everybody's job. Contact us at 614-292-0331.

Penn State Executive Programs

At Penn State Executive Programs, we know what is expected of today’s executives and we know how to help you achieve it. Today’s executive needs more than theory. At Penn State Executive Programs, an executive education experience is designed to stretch your thinking, expose you to cutting-edge business practices, then help you apply them to the real challenges facing your business. Penn State Executive Programs offers real-world solutions to real-world challenges.

Penn State University, Smeal College of Business

Master of Professional Studies in Supply Chain Management and Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management. Through mastery of curriculum grounded in proven theory, best practices, and emerging innovation, graduates of Penn State’s online master’s and graduate certificate supply chain programs attain the knowledge and analytical skills for designing and managing the future’s most sophisticated supply chains. Students engage in problem-based exercises coupled with collaborative learning experiences emphasizing interaction among fellow students, guided by top flight experienced faculty in courses offered through a convenient digital learning space, unconstrained by a set time or place.

Purdue University, Krannert School of Management

The Global Supply Chain Management Initiative at Purdue University's Krannert School of Management gives future managers the opportunity to be on the forefront of emerging ideas and technologies that promise to provide a differentiating advantage to businesses in the future. Krannert's strong core curriculum helps build your skills, hone your leadership ability through hands-on project learning, and gain a global perspective through international study trips.

Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University

The Master's in Transportation Policy, Operations, and Logistics program at George Mason University's Schar School of Policy and Government explores the intersections of planning, policy, and practice within the fields of logistics, operations management, and transportation policy. You will master the knowledge and skills needed to effectively and efficiently supply and operate transportation facilities and services. Courses are held in the evenings on Mason's Arlington, Virginia campus, on a part-time or full-time basis.


SMC3 – the leading provider of freight transportation technology data and solutions – delivers the only integrated suite of intelligent technology data solutions geared toward the less than truckload and truckload industries. As an leader in both transportation software innovation and supply chain education, more than 5,000 North American shippers, carriers, logistics service providers and freight-payment companies rely on SMC3’s sophisticated LTL base rates, content, and expert bidding tools to make the best business decisions, achieve higher returns on their transportation investments, and meet the dynamic demands of the market.

Sullivan University

Sullivan University Global e-Learning now offers you the opportunity to earn your Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Logistics and Distribution Management (BSBA) completely online. Advance your career in the logistics industry now, with a curriculum that is designed and taught by experienced logistics professionals. With e-Learning courses that are flexible, convenient, and available 24/7 wherever you have Internet access, Sullivan University is the right choice.

Supply and Value Chain Center

The Supply and Value Chain Center is focused on creating education and research opportunities that will benefit our students, faculty, and the business community. Our offerings include: Executive Education Programs, Executive Forums, Annual Global Supply Chain Conferences, Faculty Research, and Undergraduate and Graduate Academic Programs. For more information, please visit our website at

The Executive Masters in International Logistics & Supply Chain Strategy at Georgia Tech

After 15 years in existence, Georgia Tech's Executive Masters in International Logistics & Supply Chain Strategy (EMIL-SCS) program is clearly in a category of its own. For the senior logistics executive seeking an advanced degree in international logistics and supply chain strategy, EMIL-SCS is the program of choice. The 18-month program leads to a Master's of Science in International Logistics. The program's executive format fits perfectly into your busy work schedule, only requiring two weeks of course work per semester. We combine a strategic blend of people, places, and content that goes far beyond a workshop.

The Logistics Institute

The Logistics Institute is a non-profit organization that certifies individuals working in logistics with the Professional Logistician (P.Log.) Designation. We are the industry's leading source of logistics training and certification. We provide you with a comprehensive approach to logistics and the supply chain. You will learn the roles, responsibilities, tasks, and competencies required by logistics managers to make executive decisions in a global marketplace.

Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA)

The Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) is the professional organization of the third-party logistics industry. TIA is the only organization exclusively representing transportation intermediaries of all disciplines doing business in domestic and international commerce. TIA is the voice of transportation intermediaries to shippers, carriers, government officials, and international organizations.

University of Alaska Anchorage

The Department of Logistics at the University of Alaska Anchorage offers a Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management (30 credits, 20 months, emphasis on strategy, leadership, knowledge management, and international business practices). Also offered are: a BBA in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management (4 years); an Associate of Applied Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Operations (2 years); and a Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Operations (1 year).

University of Arkansas-SCM Research Center

Supply Chain Management at the University of Arkansas offers undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral logistics programs within the Sam M. Walton College of Business. The undergraduate and graduate programs have been ranked among the top 10 public university supply chain programs by U.S. News and World Report. With both an outreach center and department dedicated to supply chain management, you will find an array of educational options including conference information, executive education classes, and current research.

University of Arkansas/Walton College

The Sam M. Walton College of Business offers a top-ranked MBA with a supply chain concentration, as well as an undergraduate major and doctoral program. Our faculty are world-class experts in global logistics. Leveraging the resources of our Supply Chain Management Research Center, our students have access to the best minds working in the field today. For more information on the University of Arkansas' programs, visit our site today.

University of Florida

The primary mission of the Center for Supply Chain Management at the University of Florida (UF) is to bring together executives, UF faculty, and students in order to pursue excellence in SCM practice, education, and research. The major focus of this center is to deliver an online Professional Master of Science degree with a concentration in SCM; collaborate with a set of industry partners to develop an internship program for UF students interested in SCM; and identify issues of practical relevance in SCM that can be addressed through innovative research.

University of Michigan Ross School of Business

The Ross School of Business' one-year Masters Program in Supply Chain Management (MSCM) provides a distinctive educational experience and unsurpassed preparation to assume a leadership role in supply chain management. Ross' MSCM program combines a comprehensive SCM curriculum, business electives, and extensive contact with SCM leaders. As a real-time complement to coursework, students consult for actual corporations to deliver data-driven solutions to real business issues. For information, contact us at 734-647-1396 or visit us on the Web.

University of Missouri-St. Louis

The Master of Science in Supply Chain Analytics program at the University of Missouri St. Louis is designed to meet the current and future demand for professionals in the broad fields of Supply Chain Management and Business Analytics. Bridge the gap between a pure data scientist and a supply chain domain expert to become an advanced data analytics professional or data professional who wants to implement machine learning technology. 

University of San Diego

USD’s Master of Science in Supply Chain Management teaches supply chain professionals the advanced skills needed to innovate and manage the full scope of an A-to-Z global supply chain. Ranked among the top online graduate supply chain programs in the nation for nine consecutive years, the program can be completed in just 17 months. Learn from our experts and gain the skills to build the 21st-century supply chain.

University of St. Francis

An MBA with a concentration in Supply Chain Management lets you work on projects that combine practical industry knowledge with business acumen and innovation skills. Do you want to lead your enterprise by discovering ways to serve customers well using advanced transportation, information, and supply chain practices? The MBA with Supply Chain Management concentration at the University of St. Francis is definitely the choice for you. Have fun, network with professionals, and benefit from flexible program options and experiential learning.

University of Tennessee, Haslam College of Business

The Executive MBA (EMBA) for Global Supply Chain gives students the opportunity to gain access to the international community of supply chain executives and leading scholars, and acquire knowledge from the #1 globally ranked faculty for supply chain research. Much of the program’s design is rooted in feedback from supply chain senior executives who sit on the Advisory Board of UT’s Global Supply Chain Institute. These executives know what it takes to run world-class supply chains and their input was critical to creating a curriculum that delivers the core competencies expected in high performers.

University of Texas, Dallas

UT Dallas’ Bachelor and Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (SCM) programs deal with issues related to developing, producing, and delivering goods and services from suppliers to customers. Students enrolled in the supply chain management programs gain the knowledge, skills, and expertise necessary to manage and improve the efficiency and productivity of business operations, and to improve the quality of services and goods produced. The faculty has significant teaching, research, and business expertise in logistics, purchasing, sourcing, supply chain, and operations management, offering students a unique, accurate perspective.

University of Washington, College of Engineering

The Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics Master’s degree gives you the technical skills and big picture perspective to separate yourself from the pack. Learn from world-class faculty and industry leaders through a work-compatible online curriculum housed at the University of Washington’s premier College of Engineering, ranked 15th in public engineering graduate schools by U.S. News & World Report. Gain an edge in your transportation and logistics career.

University of Wisconsin - Madison Executive Education

Network and discuss your work-related challenges with expert faculty and your industry peers from around the country in our short two- and three-day budget-friendly courses. Through intelligent decision making and innovative problem solving learned in our courses, you'll discover exciting solutions to implement viable changes to your workplace. Prove your dedication to your career and your trade by earning your Professional Development Certificate in Supply Chain Leadership or Transportation and Logistics Management.

USC Marshall

Ranked as the #1 Online Master’s program in Supply Chain Management according to, the USC Master’s program combines a world-class academic foundation in supply chain management with real-world applications through live projects for leading companies and international and domestic experiential trips. Our executive online and on-campus program prepares you to be the next leader in the ever-growing field of supply chain. Our holistic approach connects our students with the world through Network, Education, and Advanced Research (NEAR).

Vincennes University

The Vincennes University Logistics Training and Education Center features 30,000 square feet of classrooms, cutting edge training equipment and material handling/flexible lab space. Programs at the facility offer industry-developed curriculum, state-of-the-art classrooms and labs, and career pathways leading towards industry-recognized credentials. Working directly with employers, VU creates tailored training and educational opportunities to meet workforce demands. Contact us today about our certificates and degree programs! James Dolan, Director of Logistics 317-381-6028

Washington University, Olin Business School

Located in the heart of the Midwest, Olin is one of the country’s leading research-oriented business schools. Its degree programs are known for their demanding scholastic standards and emphasis on experiential learning. “Research-driven thinking, applied” is the organizing principle across the school’s degree and nondegree programs, which emphasize developing analytical, critical-thinking skills; global competence; and communication and collaboration skills needed to solve today’s complex business challenges. The school’s small size fosters key relationships that provide endless opportunities for continuous achievement.

Western Illinois University

The mission of the College of Business and Technology at Western Illinois University is to provide a focus for educational excellence that promotes the intellectual and personal growth of participants and enhances their contributions to individuals, organizations, and society. The Marketing faculty has created a curriculum that lets students interested in marketing careers select separate career tracks in Marketing Management or Supply Chain Management. Majors in these fields qualify for an array of paid internships and can apply for more than 25 departmental scholarships. Job placement rates and beginning salaries are high in most business fields, but few can match the 100-percent placement rate of supply chain management students.

Wright State University

The Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management provides a rich blend of real-life experience, case material, and rigorous curriculum taught by outstanding faculty and industry experts. This unique one-year program combines four in-person residencies, along with nine online courses and a capstone project allowing you to add financial value to your organization. It won’t be an easy 12 months — but the payoff will be worth it! More details can be found at www.wright-masters-lscm-org.