Assistantships

The Center for Logistics, Trade and Transportation is continuously working to secure applied research projects predominantly in logistics and supply chain that include research student assistantships. The number of students supported by assistantships varies from semester to semester.  Typical assistantships include full tuition waiver, including out-of-state tuition and a stipend.

Students are strongly encouraged to apply to the assistantships. Applications to the assistanships are done during the application for admission to the Master program.