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Earn Your BA in Transportation and Logistics Management Online

Getting goods from manufacturer to consumer via air, maritime, or ground transit is the engine that powers our global economy, and supply chain challenges fueled by the global pandemic underscored the importance of transit. By earning your Bachelor of Arts in Transportation and Logistics Management from American Military University (AMU), you will learn to support organizational efficiency and cost effectiveness, exploring the heart of the global supply chain—transportation and logistics policies, trends, and issues.

AMU’s programs are online with 24/7 access and no set login times. At AMU, there are no entrance exams and classes start every month, so you can begin quickly and control your schedule. Ask us about transfer credit opportunities to help you save time and money in completing your degree.


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ACBSP Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs

ACBSP-Accredited

AMU's Bachelor of Arts in Transportation and Logistics Management has earned specialty accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP®).

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* All U.S. active-duty servicemembers, National Guard members, Reservists, and military families, (parents, spouses, legal partners, siblings, and dependents) are eligible for the Preferred Military Rate of $250/credit hour for undergraduate and $290/credit hour for master’s-level courses. The Preferred Military Rate, which is applied automatically, supersedes all other university grants and special rates, and cannot be combined with any other special promotions.

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All U.S. active-duty servicemembers, National Guard members, and Reservists are eligible for our Preferred Military Rate, which is $250 per credit hour for undergraduate programs. Military family members, including parents, spouses, legal partners, siblings, and dependents are also eligible for the Preferred Military Rate.

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Why You Should Earn This Bachelor's From AMU

Comprehensive Scope

The curriculum covers the discipline from multiple vantage points, including distribution, handling and support equipment, inventory management, logistics, packaging and handling, storage, technology, terminal operations, transportation modes, and transportation economics.

Solid Foundation

The program introduces the integration of economics; finance; air, maritime, and ground transportation systems; radio-frequency technology; and reverse logistics in supporting the global supply chain.

Vital Takeaways

You’ll be challenged to integrate planning, optimize monitoring, and enhance high-capacity delivery reliability using the latest software and technologies. For further focus, you will choose a concentration.

Peer Engagement

You’ll benefit from studying alongside students, some of whom are practicing military and civilian logisticians and supply chain professionals, sharing real-world experience to enrich your learning.

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