Transportation Administration, B.S.

Transportation is bigger than airplanes.

As a Transportation Administration degree student, you will not only gain your aviation credentials, but become professionally prepared to lead in the areas of logistics and supply chain management within a wide variety of industries.

There is a growing importance of intermodality within transportation. Trains. Trucks. Ships. Airplanes. Transit systems. All with challenges. All with safety and security concerns. And all necessary to meet the evolving needs of the nation's travelers and shippers.

Lewis University's location, directly in the largest hub of intermodal transportation in the world, is ideal for completing your bachelor's degree in Transportation Administration. In fact, the Chicago area is home to three globally renowned logistics and supply chain organizations - The Association for Operations Management (APICS); The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals; and the Warehousing Education and Research Council - whose presence provides unsurpassed opportunities for students to develop their professional networks and enhance their careers. Chicagoland is also home to the nation's foremost concentration of warehousing and distribution centers.

Plus, our faculty are not only great teachers, but real-world professionals throughout the transportation and logistics community, providing students with real-world experience and great starts to their professional network.

With logistics becoming more and more essential for our nation's economic vitality, it's time you start customizing your Transportation Administration program curriculum today!

Student Talk

  • Tomasz Brodowski
    Intermodal Customer Operations Co-Op, Hub Group

    "As a recently hired Co-Op employee at Hub Group, a major asset-based transportation company in the Chicago region, I have learned that there is a pressing need for graduates with degrees in Transportation Administration. I can affirm that the courses in that program prepared me for my current position."