Students in this program will:

    • Study innovations in planning, management and movement of people, materials and goods by road, pipeline, air, rail and water.

    • Learn in a simulated work environment

    • Graduate with industry credentials, professional and technical skills and college credits

Majors available:

    • Transportation, Distribution and Logistics

    • Drone Technologies

Post-graduation potential:

    • Graduates are prepared for college majors such as logistics and supply chain management, operations management and drone technology.

    • Students desiring to go to work immediately have training and credentials for jobs such as a drone pilot, logistician, industrial production managers or machine operator. 

    • Salary potential ranges from $40,000 per year for traffic technicians to $90,000 for distribution managers.

Who should apply:

    • Rising ninth-grade students. At this time, transportation will not be provided.

    • Students interested in transportation, distribution, logistics, industrial management or drone technology.