This certificate provides students with specialized knowledge in the content area of the international movement of freight. The course offerings address the regulations and policies affecting international shipments and border security as well as their governing regulatory agencies. Contact the School of Aviation at (305) 237-5950 for more information and advisement.
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All credits earned can be applied toward the School of Aviation's associate's degree in Transportation and Logistics. The AA degree pathway program is designed to prepare students to transfer to four-year institutions by providing them with the necessary general education credits and elective courses.
Earning an Associate of Arts (AA) degree at MDC guarantees admission into one of the state's 11 universities where students can complete a four-year Bachelor's degree. An advisor will work with students to determine which elective courses will lay the best foundation for a selected major and continued studies in the field.
Topics studied in this certificate program include:
Continued studies in this field may lead to employment in a number of positions such as: