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The Associate of Science in Transportation Management incorporates portions of the Basic Technical Certificate in Professional Truck Driving and the Associate of Arts in Business. This degree prepares students to transfer to a four-year university to study business with a focus on serving in the transportation industry. There is an existing articulation agreement with Boise State University for students graduating in this major.
This degree provides opportunities for students to continue education beyond a certificate in Professional Truck Driving and work towards a Bachelor of Science in Business. The industry has recognized the need and has asked for an advanced education option for its workforce to better prepare them for the changing demands of the shipping and transportation industry.
In addition to new transportation professionals and professional truck drivers, this degree will provide opportunities for current workers to enter the program and upgrade their skills. The incumbent workforce may also train for higher-paying, more highly skilled jobs within the transportation industry.
Due to the nature of combining Academic Transfer and Career & Technical Education curriculum, students will be required to double major in both Transportation Management and Professional Truck Driving. Meeting with a Professional Truck Driving advisor prior to enrolling in courses is critical to accommodate students’ goals.
Note: Registrations for Professional Truck Driving courses within this degree are restricted to students within the major.