Career Options and Occupation Outlook
The primary goal of the Transportation and Supply Chain Management (TSCM) Associate of Applied Science degree program is to provide a pathway for students to fill a workforce gap in the transportation, distribution, maritime and supply chain management industries. Students will have the options to obtain academic, experience and industry credentials for their careers in the pivotal Maritime, Transportation, and Supply Chain industries.
The TSCM program is an essential first step to accelerating entry into the job market which impacts the local and national economy and our global competitiveness. The program is developed in partnership with Baltimore City Public Schools and The Baltimore Port Alliance as part of the expansion of Pathways in Technology Early College High Schools (P-TECH) program offerings.
Whether they come in at the entry level or changing careers, student can use the skills and knowledge gained to obtain certifications and to advance or qualify for higher paying jobs for a more rewarding position.
Locations to obtain transportation employment include:
- Supply chain management companies
- Distribution and shipping businesses
- Airline and rail transportation companies
- Commercial and public transportation firms
- Maritime transportation companies
- Port administration
- Transportation consulting firms
- Public transportation agencies
- State highway administrations
- Port operations and port-based logistics
- Federal, State and local transportation departments
Dr. Yohannes Weldegiorgis
Professor and Program Coordinator
Liberty Campus, Main Building, Room 323C
The Transportation and Supply Chain Management AAS degree program offers a 60 credit course work that provides students’ opportunity to master conceptual and technical skills in transportation, distribution, maritime, and supply chain management.