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Transportation & Logistics Minor

An interdisciplinary minor available to students in all schools

Transportation & Logistics Minor

The minor in transportation and logistics (TL) offers undergraduate students the opportunity to explore the exciting world of transportation and logistics through an interdisciplinary sampling of courses geared to complement their major program of study. The curriculum equips students with a broad understanding of the economics, engineering, and operations of transportation and logistics systems and the role of public policy.

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Required Courses

Students are required to take seven courses in total.

Senior Seminar

A senior seminar (TRANS 310), which includes lectures and seminars on contemporary issues, a literature review paper, and a term paper with original research. Work for this course is spread throughout the senior year, with a one-credit registration in the student’s final quarter. Students will work with a faculty adviser on their research.

Core Courses

Students must choose three of the following core classes drawn from transportation and logistics classes that are offered by the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, the Department of Economics, and the Department of Industrial Engineering & Management Sciences:

*Please note: At least two of these core classes must be from departments outside of their major.

Elective Courses

The remainder of the seven courses drawn from a wide list of approved elective courses in engineering, the social sciences, and humanities.

Program Benefits

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