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Online Logistics, Trade and Transportation

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Explore the unlimited career opportunities that the Master of Science in Logistics, Trade and Transportation can offer you! If you are interested in the movement of goods using the most effective and efficient means, this program from Online at Southern Miss is just what you’re looking for. Our online degree is designed to empower the professional to meet the growing demands of transportation management and related careers in the national, international, and Gulf Coast regions. With this fully online program, you can climb the business ladder without ever having to step foot inside of a classroom.

The Logistics, Trade and Transportation Online MS Degree is an interdisciplinary program comprised of 30 total online credit hours. This LLT program can be completed in one year, and customized to meet career advancement needs. The courses are delivered in several flexible formats, including online, in-person, and executive/hybrid formats to allow practitioners to continue to work while pursuing the degree.

Full time students can complete the MS LLT in one year by taking 12 hours in the fall, 12 hours in the spring, and 6 hours in the summer. Working professionals studying part-time could complete the MS LLT in two years by taking 3-6 hours during fall, spring, and summer semesters. This means you don’t have to put your life on hold just to go back to school. We work with you because we know that this is your life, plus college, and school needs to fit your schedule… not the other way around. This masters program is designed to be flexible, convenient, and affordable to meet the needs of the working professional.

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