Hampton University

ESITAC Education

In addition to the courses at the MBA level, ESITAC offers opportunities in the areas of student internship, specialized student training programs, and a high school student program. For a full list of education opportunities:

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MBA Level Courses Taught

2008-2009

During the Spring 2009 semester, the School of Business offered a Logistics and Transportation Management course at the MBA level.  This course focused on logistics and supply chain management in business which utilizes air, surface, and water transportation. The course used business settings to explain transportation models. The course material was delivered mainly through case studies in logistics and transportation management.  Most cases include some application of transportation concepts in business.  Nineteen graduate students attended this course conducted by Dr. Sharad Maheshwari, Associate Director for Technology Transfer.  The School has recently received funding from Wachovia Bank to enhance computer technology in the electronic classroom and computer laboratory.  Both these facilities are used for the graduate logistics and transportation courses and research projects.

2007-2008

The School of Business at Hampton University offers transportation technology and management curriculum through existing course work and co-ops/internships in transportation organizations. During the spring 2008 semester, the School offered a Logistics and Transportation Management course at the MBA level. This course focused on logistics and supply chain management applicable to air, surface, and water transportation modes. The course used business settings to explain transportation models. The course material was delivered mainly through case studies in logistics and transportation management. Twenty nine graduate students attended this course conducted by Dr. Sharad Maheshwari, Associate Director for Technology Transfer. The School has recently received funding from Prudential Financial to enhance its computer technology in the electronic classroom and computer laboratory used in the conduct of graduate transportation courses and research projects.