Students select one of three areas of specialization. The choices include Transportation, Engineering Management, or Humanitarian Disaster Management. Before taking courses in their area of specialization, students complete five courses in core management curriculum. They then complete coursework in their specialization, which consists of four courses. The final course - the Capstone course gives students the opportunity to demonstrate their learning through an extensive project in their work setting. Successful completion of the ten courses is required to earn the degree.



Core Courses

1st Semester

TEM 500: Project Management

TEM 510: International Transportation Economics

2nd Semester

TEM 520: Organizational Behavior and Management

TEM 530: Financial Management (includes accounting)

3rd Semester

TEM 540: Information Systems Management


Engineering Management

Humanitarian Disaster Management

TEM 600: Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management

TEM 700: Systems Engineering Management

TEM 800: The Global Humanitarian System

4th Semester

TEM 610: International Transportation Law

TEM 705: Strategic Management

 TEM 810: Rapid and Slow Onset Disaster Management

TEM 620: International Trade and Finance

TEM 710: Technology Management and Innovation

TEM 820: Humanitarian Project Management

5th Semester

TEM 630: Port and Terminal Management

TEM 720: Energy Resource Management

TEM 830:  National and International Humanitarian Logistics

TEM 900: Capstone

TEM 900: Capstone

TEM 900: Capstone