Jan 27, 2022
Award: Associate of Applied Science
Degree Code: TLTM
Number of Credits: 60
This program is specifically designed for those individuals who are working or who wish to pursue a career in transportation and management of transportation systems. Careers would include, but are not limited to transportation manager, route planner, physical distribution manager, distribution planning analyst, and transportation marketer and operations manager. When coupled with a degree from one of our four-year partners, students will have even greater opportunity and earning potential.
Cecil College has the following transfer agreements: https://www.cecil.edu/student-resources/advising-transfer/transfer-agreements. Additionally, transfer information is available at the ARTSYS website (The Articulation System of Maryland). Contact your advisor for detailed information.
General Education Requirements
Please see Academic Advisor for elective selection.
- ELECT - Elective - 1 Credit
Select 6 Credits from the Following:
The following is a recommended sequence of courses for completing this program as a full-time student. Developmental and prerequisite course requirements, credit load, and/or course availability may affect a student’s individual progress. Students should consult their degree audit at MyCecil or an academic advisor for individual degree planning.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, students will meet the General Education Student Learning Outcomes and be able to:
- Analyze and discuss transportation management issues from a system-level perspective.
- Compare and evaluate transportation systems.
- Identify and discuss key elements of the public transportation policy environment.
- Demonstrate a basic understanding of commonly used information technology applications used by the transportation industry.
- Apply basic computational, statistical and quantitative reasoning skills in collecting, analyzing, and interpreting numerical information.
- Utilize verbal communication skills to engage an audience.
- Evaluate transportation problems and effectively develop and present actionable solutions.
Transportation manager, route planner, physical distribution manager, distribution planning analyst, transportation marketer, and operations manager.