Undergraduate ProgramsCertificate in International Logistics

As businesses expand and reach for international consumerism the importance of managerial skills in the import-export industry has increased. This certificate emphasizes the practical approaches to export marketing and marketing strategies used by individual firms to serve foreign markets. The required courses for this certificate detail operational methods of identifying, establishing, and consolidating export markets while using logistic policy and strategy.  

Gaining a working knowledge of logistics and supply chain management is valuable to students across many fields, particularly engineering, politics, architecture, environmental studies, sustainability, economics, international relations, tourism management, hospitality management, health administration, and public administration.  

To earn the certificate in international logistics, students must complete six courses (18 credit hours) with no individual course grade below a "C".

Required Courses (3 courses, 9 credit hours)

MAR 4144 Export Marketing (Fall, Spring, Summer)
TRA 4203 Principles of Logistics (Fall, Spring, Summer)
MAR 4156 International Marketing (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Elective Courses (3 courses, 9 credit hours)

Choose three of the following:

TRA 4721 Global Logistics (Fall, Spring, Summer)
TRA 4202 Logistics Technology (Fall, Spring)
TRA 4214 Logistics Strategy (Fall, Spring)
TRA 4012 Principles of Transportation (Fall, Spring)

Please be advised that Logistics and Supply Chain Management majors cannot enroll in the Certificate in International Logistics.

To apply, please consult your primary advisor to ensure there is room in your graduation plan to include the certificate and have them place a note on your file. Next, go to go.fiu.edu/cbadvise to request the addition.

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