Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Logistics with UT Arlington College of Engineering and College of Business
Established in 1895, the University of Texas at Arlington (UT Arlington or UTA) is a public, research university located at Arlington TX and is part of the University of Texas System. An educational leader in the heart of the thriving North Texas region and a projected global enrollment over 58,000, the University provides students world-class faculty members and more than 180 bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees in a broad range of disciplines.
Students come from more than 100 countries resulting in one of the most diverse campus populations in the nation. UTA was awarded R-1: Doctoral Universities - Highest Research Activity designation by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. Other rankings include - U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 Best Graduate Schools rankings for more than 20 graduate programs and fifth among national universities for undergraduate ethnic diversity in 2018 to name a few. UTA ranks No. 9 as a “Military Friendly” university for 2018 by Victory Media, which evaluates higher-education institutions for exhibiting leading practices in recruiting and supporting post-military students.
UTA’s College of Engineering has more than 7,000 students and nearly 30,000 alumni and is the third-largest engineering school in the state. The College offers students one of the most comprehensive programs in the nation, with 11 baccalaureate, 14 masters, and nine doctoral programs.
- Master of Science in Logistics: The Logistics Program is designed to meet an increasing state, national, and international demand for professionals with technical or business education and experience in the area of logistics and supply chain. The purpose of the Logistics Program at UT Arlington is to provide graduates with the understanding needed to manage the firm's logistics systems to accomplish the organization's operational, strategic and competitive objectives.
- The M.S. program in Logistics requires 30 hours of coursework from the College of Engineering and College of Business. The integration of engineering and business content is done in a fashion that prepares an experienced professional engineer or manager for a leadership role in planning, developing, implementing and managing the firm's logistics and supply chain capabilities in the global marketplace.
- Admission Requirements: You will need to apply using the ApplyTexas online application. You need to submit official transcripts from each college or university you attended to the Office of Admissions electronically or by mail directly from each college or university you attended. Test scores may be required by your academic department. Official test score reports should be sent directly from the testing agency. Additional documents required for admission are determined by each academic department.
LAST UPDATED ON May 1, 2018