The certificate program covers Global Commercial Tranportation, Supply Chain Management, Technology, Domestic Freight Operations, and Maritime Logistics.
Type of Credential
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This is a suggested full-time schedule for a student who has completed any developmental course work and has no transfer credits.
Courses Needed for This Program*
Program Requirements and Electives - 21 Credits
Choose one course.
Total Number of Credits Required for Certificate: 21*
*Credit students who are new to college (no successfully completed transferable college credits from other institutions) are required to take ACDV 101 - Academic Development: Transitioning to College . This 1-credit course is designed to be taken in the first semester at CCBC. Students must provide an official transcript(s) from an accredited institution to document successful completion of college coursework for the ACDV 101 requirement to be waived.
** Prerequisite of MNGT 101
or coordinator permission.
***Prerequisite of ENGL 101 .
The TDML certificate outlines a curriculum of specialized course concentrations in the transportation, distribtuion, and maritime logistics field. This certificate is designed primarily for students focusing on the core TDML courses such as Global Commercial Tranportation, Supply Chain Management, Technology, Domestic Freight Operations, and Maritime Logistics. There are 21 credits required for the certificate program.
A certificate will be awarded to those students who complete all courses while achieving a 2.0 GPA or higher. At least 25% of the required credits must be completed while enrolled at CCBC.
Upon successful completion of the Transportation, Distribution, and Maritime Logistics certificate program, students will be able to:
- analyze the process and functions of the various components of transportation, distribution, and maritime logistics concepts designed to promote strategic thinking;
- compare and contrast the forms of Global Commercial Transportation and identify how the major strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of each mode of global transportation influences the global economy;
- analyze the relationship between ethics, diplomacy, team work, and legal issues, and how these changing paradigms impact the human resource management of a culturally diverse workforce;
- develop a supply chain management plan for the distribution and transportation of goods that arrive at the Port of Baltimore;
- create, design, and critique technological solutions to common transportation, distribution, and logistical issues that confront Maritime Industry management;
- compare and contrast the forms of Domestic Freight Operations and identify how the key components of product, price, place, and promotion influence their successs; and
- evaluate the process and functions of Maritime Logistics and principal factors that achieve tactical and strategic advantages in the global marketplace.