Undergraduate
Transportation

Light trails from highway traffic.

Intrigued by transportation and logistics, you seek a greater understanding of both the domestic and international elements of your work. Whether you’re driven by safety and security, strategic business, economics, physical distribution, or other issues that fuel transportation, you’re curious about new opportunities in the field.

The B.S. in Transportation degree program at Embry-Riddle Worldwide teaches you all of this and more. And once you graduate, you could go on to work in a number of transportation roles, such as logistics analysis, management, research, or planning.

DEGREE
DETAILS
Prescott Campus

Prescott, AZ, Campus

Associate

Bachelor’s

Master’s

Ph.D.

Daytona Beach Campus

Daytona Beach, FL, Campus

Associate

Bachelor’s

Master’s

Ph.D.

Worldwide Campus

Worldwide Campus

Associate

Bachelor’s

Bachelor of Science in Transportation

Get your transportation career in motion with a degree that can help you transition into a new role. Start the process by seeing what our Worldwide Campus has to offer.

With more than 150 locations around the globe offering individual counseling and administrative support, ERAU’s Worldwide Campus is a convenient, smart way to learn.

Do your coursework online or take classroom courses as they fit into your schedule. If you’re already working in the field, you’ll be able to apply your new knowledge right away at work.

Being a Worldwide Campus student also means you’ll be a part of the ERAU network, where you can connect with fellow students, expert faculty, and an alumni organization with plenty of industry contacts.

Master’s

Ph.D.


ERAU
ADVANTAGE

At ERAU, you’ll be part of a distinguished group of aviation and aerospace professionals and industry leaders who have proven expertise in all facets of transportation.

Rooted in a comprehensive curriculum developed by industry professionals, the B.S. in Transportation program takes a deep dive into air, highway, rail, and marine transportation. You’ll explore critical areas in the science of transportation, including the important role transportation plays in the larger field of logistics.

You’ll also get the chance to collaborate on group projects and engage in research. The program includes courses in statistics and research methodology to prepare you for a capstone course that demonstrates your understanding of program objectives. Your capstone project can also be used to showcase your understanding of key concepts to current and prospective employers.

Throughout your studies, you’ll learn from professors who have terminal degrees and are experienced in various modes of transportation. And you can share your experiences with fellow students as you all begin to apply your knowledge in the workplace.

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CAREERS

In recent years, there’s been significant growth for transportation professionals. Career opportunities span business, commercial, and military sectors. And a B.S. in Transportation provides you with an advanced skill set that will help you stand out among fellow job candidates.

Transportation graduates are in-demand candidates for careers in the following professions and with the following types of industries:

Types of Industries

  • Airlines
  • Bus companies (charter, intercity, and school)
  • Consulting firms
  • Educational institutions
  • Freight forwarders
  • Government agencies (local, state, federal, international)
  • Insurance carriers
  • Marine transportation firms
  • Oil and gas companies
  • Public Transit agencies
  • Railroads
  • Third-party logistics providers
  • Transportation equipment manufacturers
  • Trucking firms
SPOTLIGHTS