The Studies in Freight Forwarding program helps prepare people for entry into careers within the global supply chain as freight forwarders. This course of study has been developed to help prepare individuals to sit for the Certified International Freight Forwarder® industry certification examination.
Students gain an understanding of the principles, practices and terminology of international trade as they pertain to the role of freight forwarders.
Consider a Career as a Freight Forwarder
Freight Forwarders are instrumental to ensuring security in the global supply chain, maintaining their responsibility with complying with regulations. Individual seeking this certificate aspire to advance their position within an international freight forwarding company as well as for those seeking initial employment within a freight forwarding or logistics organization.
People that might consider this course of study are:
The following learning objectives have been identified for the Studies in Freight Forwarding
Those that complete the program will:
Validate your Industry Knowledge and Proficiency to Potential Employers and Customers
The industry certification exam is separate from the university. Dunlap-Stone University is a Master Approved Provider of training for this certification. The school can assist you registering for the test upon completion of your course of study. Learn how to sit for the Certified International Freight Forwarder® Exam.
This certificate program consists of four Dunlap-Stone University courses:
|Freight Forwarder Practices||SCM 127|
|Exporting/Importing Environment||TRD 201|
|Incoterms 2010||TRD 141|
|Documentation for the Global Village||TRD 225|
Program Length: 24 weeks
Each DSU online accredited course is 6 weeks in length.
These courses can be applied to a certificate, Associates Degree or Bachelor Degree. In addition to earning college credit and gaining vocational skills, the course of study for this program prepares individuals to sit for the IIEI Certification’s Certified International Freight Forwarder® Exam. However, successful completion of the course of study does not guarantee certification or job placement.