Master of Arts in Global Logistics (code 5-8513)
1. A bachelor's degree with a grade-point average of 2.75 or better. A student whose overall grade-point average is less than 2.75, but who possesses a strong employment history in supply chain management or logistics or who possesses a recent record of academic excellence by completion of certificate or other coursework, may be admitted by special action of the Admissions Committee.
2. Students are required to submit: a completed application form; transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate coursework; two letters of recommendation from members of the academic profession under whom the applicant studied or from individuals in positions of leadership with whom the applicant worked; and a statement of the applicant's interest in pursuing a career in global logistics.
Advancement to Candidacy
Satisfy the general requirements of the University for advancement to candidacy.
Completion of a minimum of 30 units beyond the bachelor's degree and graduate coursework as follows:
1. Core requirements (15 units): Satisfactory completion of ECON 500, 555, 556 and MGMT 500 and 541.
2. Satisfactory completion of at least one course in each of the following three emphases (9 units):
A. International Emphasis (ECON 572 or MGMT 543);
B. Transportation Planning and Policy Emphasis (CE 522, PPA 550, or PPA 541); and
C. Coordination, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Emphasis (PPA 570 or HRM 654). 3. Satisfactory completion of a Concentration Emphasis by completing one additional course (3 units) in either: A. International Emphasis (ECON 572 or MGMT 543);
B. Transportation Planning and Policy Emphasis (CE 522, PPA 550, or PPA 541); or
C. Coordination, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Emphasis (PPA 570 or HRM 654). 4. Completion of ECON 655 (3 units).
EFFECTIVE: Fall 2002 through Spring 2007
IPEDS (Major) ERSS: 05101
IPEDS (Degree) ERSD: 05101