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Online degree in Bachelor of Science in Transportation

For a world that moves fast - and a career that moves even faster

Today's world is on the move. People. Products. All the materials, goods, and services that we rely on in our day-to-day lives must criss-cross the globe on a regular basis. The ability to transport them is the cornerstone of our modern economy. Domestically and worldwide, individuals who can design, operate, and manage efficient transportation systems are needed now more than ever. You can become one of these sought-after professionals with the Bachelor of Science in Transportation from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University — Worldwide.

This specialized degree is designed for individuals seeking a rewarding career in the fast-paced transportation field. Research indicates a significant and growing demand for professionals in this field, with outstanding opportunities in the business, commercial, and military sectors. With the advanced knowledge and skill set developed through the program, you will distinguish yourself as an outstanding candidate for these positions.

I have high standards for my education, and Embry-Riddle has met every goal through steadfast dedication and flexibility toward those who work full-time.

Albert Snipes

Industry Stats

is the average salary of a Transportation Manager with a bachelor's degree.
10% job growth
for transportation, storage and distribution managers through 2020. - U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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