Q. I’m not sure I have the time to take courses.

The majority of our students tell us that our logistics foundation courses require between 4-8 hours of study a week, depending on factors like your existing industry knowledge and how quickly you read, process and absorb information.

That's because CITT courses were developed with working professionals in mind. We know how busy it gets juggling personal and career time commitments. Making and taking the time to study is important, but we respect that it's just one of the many important commitments vying for your time.

Because all of our courses are offered online, you have a lot of control over when and how you spend that time

  • NO travel time (or cost). It's one of the many added benefits of online learning—there’s no travel to and from a classroom location to add to the time commitment!
  • Learn from your home, office, or on-the-go. CITT's course sites are mobile-friendly, so you can put your transit commute or business travel time to good use in addition to logging on from your home or office computer.
  • Pick your study day(s). Do your reading and log on to participate in the weekly online discussions on the day(s) that best fits your schedule, rather than being tied to a schedule established by a college or university.
  • Choose your study time(s). Do your weekly reading and online course participation all at once, or an hour or two at a time—whatever you prefer!
  • You can get started early. If you register early for courses that use a textbook (like Transportation Systems, Logistics Processes, Transportation Law), you'll receive your textbook sooner and can start your reading before the semester even begins.

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