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International trade and logistics

International trade and logistics

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Course

Due to the expansion of FTAs, the world has become more globalized and people and products move faster.
Now is the time to study logistics and international trade.

  • - A curriculum that covers the full spectrum of logistics
    Fosters logistics professionals through a well-balanced curriculum that covers the full spectrum of logistics
  • - A curriculum that helps students to step up as mangers
    Develops the competence to become a manager instead of remaining at a workers’ level
  • - A curriculum extremely helpful to traders of small and medium sized businesses
    Provides systematic learning of know-how and experience essential for traders of smaller businesses to overcome inevitable deficiencies of their working environments.
  • - Supports acquisition of logistics and trade related professional certificates.
    Obtaining a professional license is the most certain way of showing one’s competency while finding a new job.
    Specialized to prepare certificates for customs agents, distribution managers, international traders, certified importation experts, and Trade English.
  • - Human
    The SDU Dept of Logistics and International Trade has had the longest history among online universities of relevant fields and has turned out many graduates. As soon as you enroll in our department, you will have a reliable human network of alumni playing an active role in the fields of logistics and trade.
  • - Provides a specialized roadmap of learning
    You can study either from the basics or stick to core courses.
    Students can buy time by following our specialized roadmap.
  • - Open to double majors, minors and early graduation.
    Allows early graduation with a maximum lit of 1 year for new students and 1 semester for transfer students to 2nd and 3rd grade.
    Double majors can take additional courses in English, Chinese, Japanese, Computers, Counseling Psychology, etc. and receive degrees in both.
  • - Low tuition and diverse financial aid
    Tuition is only 1/3 of offline universities. Moreover, there are various scholarship systems that give students the opportunity to receive financial aid with minimal effort.
  • - It’s not too late to start learning
    Most of the workforce in the field of logistics and trade did not major in related fields. It’s not too late to begin your study. Now is the time for you to start developing yourself through professional education!
Open Subject List
Year 1st semester 2nd semester
Course Title Credits
(units)
Syllabus Course Title Credits
(units)
Syllabus
1Introduction to Logistics 3 View Introduction to International Commerce 3 View
Introduction to International Trade 3 View Studies in Cargo Transport 3 View
2Approach to Market 3 View Study of Commodities and Merchandise 3 View
Studies in Carriage of Goods by Sea 3 View Business Negotiation 3 View
International Business and Logistics English 3 View Contractual Approach to Inernational Trade 3 View
Understanding Organization for International Trade and Logistics 3 View Studies in Carriage of Goods by non- Sea 3 View
Studies in Trade Regulations and Laws 3 View Understanding Incoterms 3 View
3Studies in Logistics Regulations and Laws 3 View Customs and Clearance 3 View
Studies in Logistics Information System 3 View Studies in Packaging 3 View
International Marketing 3 View Studies in International Payment 3 View
Studies in Storage and Stevedoring 3 View Paperless Trade and Cross-Border e-Commerce 3 View
4Studies in Customs Valuation 3 View Studies in Freight Forwarding 3 View
Prevention & Resolution of International Business Claim 3 View Understanding & Applying FTA 3 View

ADMISSIONS PEROD

First session admission

Every December ~ February

Second sesseion admission

Every June ~ August