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International Transportation and Trade

Bachelor (ISCED 2011 level 6)


Duration 8 semesters
Cost In-State $14,035.50;In-Region $16,865.50;Out-of-Region $19,930.50;International $20,587.95

Learn about business 30 minutes from the center of the business world and in one of the busiest port cities in the country.

International Transportation and Trade at Maritime is a business program that gives you special insight into finance, logistics, economics and law through the lens of the global economy, and shipping and transportation industries.

As an ITT major, you will visit ports and company headquarters, and many of your professors are industry leaders. You will also have the chance to transfer seamlessly into the Master’s in International Transportation Management program through the fast-track program.

Academic Program

Courses in the International Transportation and Trade program focus on accounting, economics, law, logistics, supply chains, risk management, operations and security.

Offered by the Department of Global Business and Transportation, the program also offers a month-long summer study abroad program. In trips around Europe and Asia, you will gain special insight into some of the cultures of the world and international business practices and customs.

Internship Opportunities

As an ITT major, you will apply what you learn from your professors through two professional internships. Our students have completed internships with:

  • Bank of America’s Merchant Services

  • Canaveral Port Authority

  • Expeditors International

  • Global Terminal & Container Services, LLC

  • JIF Logistics

  • Mediterranean Shipping Company

  • PepsiCo

  • Penske

Most students choose to complete internships the summer between junior and senior years. The Office of Career Services can help you find an internship, and you must get approval from the department before you begin work.

Study-Abroad Opportunities

The department offers a month-long study-abroad program, to either Europe or Asia. 

On the program, you will get an up-close and in-depth look at global trade, transportation and logistics; meet industry leaders; and gain insight into foreign cultures through visits to cultural sites.

Structural components
Internship/Workplace experience
International component
Practical/Field work
Research Project

ISCED Categories

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