At the completion of this program, students will be prepared for an entry level or junior freight forwarder position within the offices of an International Freight Forwarder. The student will be able to apply basic concepts and terminology needed to understand and perform basic freight forwarding services, perform entry-level operational tasks related to international forwarding, avoid U.S. export and destination country import violations, assure that proper procedure is applied to foreign collections, explain to a shipper intermodal shipping service alternatives, and perform entry-level ocean forwarding and NVOCC operational tasks.
Business (CA) Requirements
Total Required Major Units: 0
|BUS. 249||Introduction to International Logistics for Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders||units|
|BUS. 262||Introduction to International Forwarding and Cargo Transportation||units|
|BUS. 263||U.S. Export and Destination Country Import Requirements; Foreign Collections||units|
|BUS. 267||Ocean Forwarder & NVOCC Regulation, Operations and Work-Flow||units|