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Logistics, Trade and Transportation Online Degree – MS

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Are you interested in the movement of goods using the most effective and efficient means possible? Are you ready to take the next step to be a part of a global system that comprises the world’s tangible economy? If your answer is yes, the online Master of Science in Logistics, Trade and Transportation is for you!

This fully online graduate program will take your love for efficiency to the next level using a flexible learning platform. You can learn anywhere, anytime. It doesn’t matter if you start listening to or reading your next lecture at 8:00 p.m. on a Sunday or on your commute to work; Online at Southern Miss brings the classroom to you. Being fully online means that you’ll never have to step foot inside a traditional classroom.  The life you’re already living becomes your classroom.

Our online Logistics, Trade and Transportation (LLT) degree is designed to empower professionals to meet the growing demands of transportation management and related careers in the Gulf Coast Regions, nationally and internationally. It is an interdisciplinary program comprised of 30 total credit hours that can be completed in one year. It can also be customized to meet your career advancement needs.

This is what you’ve been looking for:  a degree that can match the effectiveness and efficiency of your business.

Interested in taking the next step but still have a few questions?

When can I start?” “How much does it cost?” or “Are there job placement programs?”

We answer these questions and more on our Frequently Asked Questions page!

At Online at Southern Miss, we want to see your degree take you where you want to be. You can learn even more information about this program by filling out the form at the bottom of this page!

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