“When I started at UNT I really didn't know what I wanted to major in. I wanted to major in something that interested me and that would help me find a good job in this tight job market. I took a logistics course and thought it was really interesting and actually kept my attention which can be hard sometimes. The classes were challenging but really gave me the knowledge to take into the industry. No other program that I have seen has professors that are as passionate about what they teach or that work harder for students to help them get jobs. The required internship helped put me in front of the competition in the job market and my resume had meaningful experience when I graduated.”
Kent Iversen ‘12
C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc.
UNT alumni at C.H. Robinson
“The UNT Logistics program equipped me with exceptional knowledge and skills of what to expect in the business world. The project oriented coursework provided hands on experience that helped imbed the logistics science and decision making process. The professors are first class educators with real world experience and accomplishments. I greatly value my time in the program and couldn’t be happier with what it has done for my future.”
Daniel McGrew ‘11
Trinity Industries, Inc.
“The Logistics professors shared real world experience.”
Adrian Parkhideh '07
“The teamwork aspect of the Logistics program prepared me for the real world.”
Thomas Joyce '11
"The Logistics Program prepared me for my career by providing me a good base knowledge which will allow me to grow in my company."
David Webber '12
"The UNT Logistics Program prepares students to literally work anywhere in the logistics industry. Any employer in this field knows about the quality of UNT logistics students."
Jason Rhodes '11
"The UNT Logistics Program allowed me to gain hands on experience in the Logistics field while pursuing my undergrad; through challenging course work, required internships and company projects my time at UNT gave me the green light on how to fight the daily fires that occur in the fast changing world of Logistics."
Anthony Pizana ‘11