Transportation & Logistics Flagship Program

Our Program has received considerable state, national, and international recognition.

  • Transportation & Logistics was established as an undergraduate degree program in 1972 when the University of North Florida opened its doors.
  • The Florida Board of Regents selected the UNF Transportation and Logistics Program as one of the initial five programs to receive the Florida Legislature's “Program of Distinction” emphasis within the State University System.
  • The Board of Regents designated the program as one of the state university system's “Centers of Excellence.”
  • In 2006, the Transportation and Logistics Program as well as the International Business Program were designated University of North Florida Flagship Programs by President John A. Delaney.
  • Currently there are 278 undergraduate students majoring in Transportation & Logistics.

Transportation & Logistics Society

The Transportation & Logistics Society is a student organization with interest in transportation and logistics. The club provides ample opportunities for students to network with professional and industry leaders. In addition, the student led club was selected club of the year among 170 registered student organizations in 2003, 2008, 2009 and 2013. Learn more..




Lynn M. Brown

Associate Director
Transportation & Logistics Program
Coggin College of Business
Building 10, Suite 2460
(904) 620-1961


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President Obama advocates for deepening of East Coast ports on Tonight Show

President Obama called for investing in JAXPORT’s deepening project on NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Aug. 6. Building on the theme of his July 25 remarks at the JAXPORT cruise terminal, the president again highlighted the importance of the nation’s ports in helping to grow the U.S. economy and directly mentioned efforts to increase competitiveness and jobs through investment in Jacksonville, as well as Savannah, Georgia and Charleston, South Carolina.




State Provides half-a-million dollars for logistics training at UNF 



The University of North Florida will use $500,000 from a state grant to provide customized skills training to workers in the transportation and logistics industries. The courses will be paid for by Workforce Florida's Quick Response Training program, which supports job creation by offering training in targeted industries.