Partnerships & Alliances - Accredited Academic Partners
Fully accredited partners offer their students all the required courses to become a CITT-Certified Logistics Professional. Students who succesfully complete the accredited program or full set of accredited courses meet all the academic requirements of the CCLP designation.
Vancouver, British Columbia
Accredited Program: Bachelor of Business Administration
To learn more about the partnershipship between CITT and Acsenda, read our partnership announcement here.
Students who successfully complete the following electives in the course of earning their BBA from Acsenda will earn all the academic credits required to earn the CCLP designation:
For more information, contact:
Mr. Fuat Ramazanov, CCLP
Head, ASM International Business Program
Dr. Chehra Aboukinane
VP - Compliance, Program Development & Partnerships Acsenda School of Management
Partially accredited partners have programs containing several of the courses required to become a CITT-Certified Logistics Professional. Students who successfully complete the accredited courses qualify for a fast track with advanced standing towards the CCLP designation, and only need to take the remaining courses to meet the academic requirement for certification.
Burnaby, British Columbia
To meet the academic requirements to earn the CCLP designation, BCIT students completing the above programs also need to take the CITT course Transportation Law.
Dieppe, New Brunswick
Accredited Program: Business Administration - Logistics & Transport
During this program, students can take 9 of the required 10 credits to be eligible for the CCLP designation.
Accredited Program: Supply Chain Management Post Graduate Certificate
Students in / graduates of this program who achieve a minimum grade of 60% or higher in all three of the below accredited courses will be granted equivalency for Transportation Systems:
Students in / graduates of this program who achieve a minimum grade of 60% or higher in all three of the below accredited courses will be granted equivalency for Logistics Processes:
Students in / graduates of this program who successfully complete Business Communications, Supply and Demand 1, Supply and Demand 2 with a minimum grade of 50% can also apply for credit equivalency for three of the five general business management courses required for the CCLP designation. Students who have a business-focused undergraduate degree can apply for credit equivalency for all five of the general business management courses required for the CCLP designation.
Contact Maria Murjani at email@example.com for more information or to begin the process to apply for credit equivalency.
Accredited Program: Transportation and Logistics Management
To be eligible for the CCLP designation, Red River College students completing the Transportation and Logistics Management program also need to take three additional general business management courses, plus Integrated Logistics, and any two of the following: Transportation Law, Economic Influences on Logistics, and Logistics Decision Modelling
An accredited CITT program adds significant value for your students and can be a major differentiator for your program. Your students will get a fast-track to the industry's most valued logistics certification - as well as access to the CITT network of professionals. To discuss accrediting your program, or working with CITT to fill in gaps in your existing logistics and transportation offerings, reach out to Maria at MMurjani@citt.ca.