Bachelor in Transportation Management (BTM)

The program is a ladderized curriculum which provides students with specific skills and competencies applicable to a particular career in Transportation Management should they intend to work while studying. Students receive a Certificate in Transport Office Operations upon one year completion, an Associate in Transport Supervision and Reservations in the second year, a Diploma in Transportation Management in the third year, and a Degree in Bachelor in Transportation Management upon completion of the program.

The program prepares individuals to plan, administer and coordinate physical transportation operations, networks and systems. Includes instruction in transportation systems and technologies, traffic logistics and distribution, multi and intermodal transportation systems, regional integration, transport supervision and reservation. Graduates are expected to operate and manage terminal, carriers and facilities including its vehicle, passenger and cargo traffic. Other competencies of students revolve around transportation planning and finance, demand analysis and forecasting, carrier management, behavioral issues, transportation policy and law, intelligent systems, transport documentation of passengers and cargos, and application to aviation, maritime, rail and highway facilities and systems.

Job Targets

Level Skills/Competencies Job Targets
Certificate in Transport Office Operations
  • Maintain all files, records, forms and documents in an orderly manner
  • Business correspondence and report writing
  • Communicate information about transportation products and services
  • Apply mathematical concepts in completing purchase orders, invoice making and fare structures
  • Understand markups on arrangement for groups or fixed income, overrides, fees and service charges
  • Handle phone inquiries
  • Provide customer information assistance
  • Identify and give information pertaining to transportation network system and availability to local residents and foreign tourists
  • Interpret and implement rules and regulations relating transportation
  • Correlate the various factors affecting transport performance
  • Describe the role of various transportation companies
  • Process data using information technology
  • Transportation Account Executive
  • Counter Sales Representative
  • Transportation Information Desk Staff
  • Transport Information Officer of LGU, Province, Region
  • Clerk
  • Receptionist
  • Encoder
  • Traffic Enforcer
  • Bus Inspector
Associate in Transport Supervision and Reservation
  • Inform travelers of proper travel documents
  • Recognize and interpret international travel requirements and travel brochures
  • Identify and give directions to local and foreign tourists
  • Accept, process and reconcile guests’ complaints and queries
  • Process transport reservations with airlines and travel agencies and sell airspace and auxiliary product lines using Amadeus Global Distribution System
  • Make reservation with passengers and identify documents required for travel
  • Identify information required to sell airline space, hotel space, tours, cruise and ground transportation
  • Interpret rules and regulations pertaining to international travel
  • Communicate with a data processing system and ticket function of a typical automated system
  • Identify and interpret reports generated by an automation system
  • Attend to queries and concerns of passengers and customers concerning services and documentation
  • Illustrate and apply the concept of supply and demand in transport operations
  • Identify and practice sales technique in the transportation business
  • Logistic Management Trainee
  • Transport and Logistic Account Executive
  • Transport Service Coordinator
  • Reservation Staff
  • Transport Surveyor
  • Destination Attendant
  • Airport Representative
  • Liaison Officer
  • Encoder
  • Office Clerk
  • Call Center Agent
  • Terminal Dispatcher
  • Hotel Transportation Coordinator
Diploma in Transportation Management
  • Handle accounting transactions between organizations and suppliers
  • Interpret books and records maintained by travel agency
  • Handle all other internal control items as to company policy and procedure
  • Recognize and interpret the functions of intermodal transportation networks
  • Conduct research in tourism and other related establishments
  • Interpret fare pricing and restrictions
  • Compute and recommend appropriate fares and issue e-ticket
  • Identify opportunities and responsibilities of tourism planning and development
  • Implement general safety procedures and practices
  • Provide guide speak or commentary
  • Sell cruise products and services
  • Airport Security Officer
  • Researcher
  • Cruise Utility Staff
  • Transport Engineer Assistant
  • Research Assistant
  • Transportation Ticketing Officer
  • Customer Service Representative
  • Rate Desk Officer
  • Front Office Staff
  • Reservation Officer
  • Ship Stewards
  • Port/Terminal Officer
  • Tour Guide
  • Tour Coordinator
  • Sales and Marketing Officer
  • Ship Steward
  • Airport Representative
  • Ground Attendant
  • Plant Receiving/Shipping Supervisor
  • Purchasing Agent
Bachelor in Transportation Management
  • Process transport reservations with airlines and travel agencies and sell airspace and auxiliary product lines using Amadeus Global Distribution System
  • Retrieve guest’s data using computer terminal
  • Solve problems in accordance with management policy and mission statement
  • Develop a plan for opening a business
  • Organize meetings, events and conventions
  • Prepare sales plan and strategies
  • Organize meetings, events and conventions
  • Work with convention service providers
  • Interpret and apply logistics and supply chain management basics
  • Exhibit business and managerial skills necessary for the efficient and effective performance of all transport operation
  • Entrepreneur
  • Transport Operator
  • University Instructor
  • Trainor
  • Transportation Manager
  • Transport Consultant/Adviser
  • Reservation Supervisor
  • Ticketing Supervisor
  • Operations Manager
  • Transport Officer in LGU, Region and Province
  • Professional Congress Organizer (PCO)
  • Special Event Manager
  • Corporate Account Manager
  • Sales and Marketing Manager
  • Customer Relations Manager
  • Public Relations Manager
  • Airline Country Manager
  • Cargo Scheduler
  • Logistic Specialist
  • Rail Fleet Management Specialist
  • Distribution Area Manager
  • Distribution Planning Analyst
  • Operations Supervisor
  • Logistics Planner
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