It makes sense that a degree program in intermodal transportation management would offer an interdisciplinary curriculum. After all, who needs to know more about reaching across different disciplines (or modes) than those in the intermodal field?
The Executive Masters Program offered by the Intermodal Transportation Institute (ITI) at the University of Denver includes courses in transportation finance, management and leadership, and economics as well as classes in U.S. and international law and global trade.
Limited to 25 students per class, the program consists of five six-day onsite residencies on the University of Denver campus, one three-day travel seminar to an area with intermodal facilities, and long-distance follow-up instruction. The program is currently accepting applications for the fall 2009 term.
For more information, visit www.du.edu/transportation/ExecutiveMastersProgram.