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International Business & Logistics, B.S.

Bachelor (ISCED 2011 level 6)


Duration 8 semesters
Cost $13.478 In-State; $27.098 Out-of-State

The Loeb-Sullivan School of International Business and Logistics offers a Bachelor of Science degree in International Business and Logistics (IBL).  Your degree will give you a broad and solid business education foundation with an international emphasis and focus on logistics. Logistics is the business profession that provides the links within and between companies as they create and move products in the global economy.

Graduates of the program develop leadership skills through education and training that develops knowledge and competence, instills confidence, and creates professionalism for business. The program encourages and supports innovative thinking, corporate social responsibility, and hands-on experience. Specialized courses that deal with the challenges of logistics in domestic and global supply chains constitute the unique program.

The IBL Summer Co-op

Putting a renowned experiential learning curriculum to work for you in the global economy is the goal of this student-oriented program. All IBL students must pursue a co-operative work experience with a professional company (lasting a minimum of twelve, 40-hour work weeks) at the end of their third year. The program is supervised by department faculty and your job site may be anywhere in the world. International Business and Logistics students are also encouraged to pursue business internships at the conclusion of their second year of the program.

Dynamic Career Options

Maine Maritime Academy graduates enjoy a respected reputation in today’s business, logistics, and transportation industries. Recent employers of IBL graduates include: Amazon, Boeing, Carnival Cruise Lines, Caterpillar, Cianbro Corporation, Exxon-Mobil, General Dynamics Bath Iron Works, Hannaford, Ingram Barge, International Paper, L.L. Bean, Poland Spring, Sappi Fine Papers, Strategic Maintenance Solutions, and Target.

Participation in the Regiment is optional when enrolled in this major.

Structural components
Industry partners
Summer schools
Internship/Workplace experience
Practical/Field work
Research Project

ISCED Categories

Project management
Maritime economy
Policy and governance
Logistics and shipping management
Marine and maritime law