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Executive Masters Transportation Management Programs at University of Denver Transportation Institute (DTI)

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The University of Denver (DU) is the oldest independent university in the Rocky Mountain region. The university enrolls about 11,600 students in the undergraduate and graduate programs. The Carnegie Foundation classifies DU as a doctoral/research University with high research activity.

US News & World Report's annual college rankings for undergraduate education, released in August 2010, placed the University of Denver among the nation's top 100 universities. DU ranked 86th, tied with the University of Southern California, the University of Georgia, the University of Cincinnati and Binghamton University. DU also ranked 11th on its national universities Up-and-Comers list.

Building on nearly two decades of collaboration between the transportation industry and higher education, the Transportation Institute at the University of Denver (DTI) provides a graduate management degree designed for transportation, logistics, and supply chain professionals from a top 100 university.

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Academic Programs



Executive Masters Program

  • MS in Transportation Management (18 months): Helping to develop the next generation of senior leaders in the transportation, logistics, and supply chain industries, the executive Master of Science in Transportation Management builds a unique leadership skill set. You will receive all the advantages a graduate management degree has to offer with the added value of learning transportation and supply chain concepts, best practices, and proven tools to create higher levels of productivity and profit. An innovative course structure makes it viable for you to continue on your career path as you earn your master's degree in 18 months. You will attend six 1-week residencies over 18 months, plus an unforgettable 10-day international trip. The rigorous graduate-level coursework teaches you the general business management concepts of a traditional MBA program within the context of the transportation, logistics, and supply chain industry.
  • Admission Requirements: bachelors degree from an accredited institution; transcripts from undergraduate institution; 5 years mid-to-senior level management experience; three letters of recommendation; resume; and organization sponsorship agreement, if applicable.

Other DTI Programs

  • Short Courses
  • Symposiums
  • Non-Credit Professional Development

LAST UPDATED ON Sep 26, 2018

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