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Lamar University

Admission

REQUIREMENTS


  • ApplyTexas Application
  • Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accredited university
  • Official transcripts from all colleges and universities
  • Graduate Record Examination (GRE)
    • Waived if the student has more than 1 year of relevant industry experience. Please email your resume to portmanagement@lamar.edu for consideration
    • Waived if undergraduate GPA is 3.0 or greater

STEP-BY-STEP


  • ApplyTexas application at applytexas.org
  • Complete Graduate application online at lamar.edu/applygrad or call 409-880-8356
  • Take GRE and have scores sent to:
    Graduate Admissions
    Lamar University
    P.O. Box 11614
    Beaumont, Texas 77710
  • Have all transcripts sent to Graduate Admissions.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Is this program available online?
Yes, the program is fully online. 

Will I be able to take face-to-face classes on campus?
As we are a fully online program, we are not teaching classes face-to-face at this time. 

Do I have to have an engineering or business degree to enroll?
No, you can enroll in the program as long as you have a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited university.

I've applied at Apply Texas, where do I send my transcripts?
Thank you for applying. Please make sure all college/university transcripts are sent to the Admissions Office. Please do NOT mail your transcripts directly to Port Management.

Lamar University
Graduate Admissions
P.O. Box 11614
Beaumont, TX 77710

Do I have to take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE)?
The GRE can be waived if you graduate with a 3.0 gpa or higher in your undergraduate degree or if you have at least one year applicable work experience. Please email your resume to portmanagement@lamar.edu to request a GRE waiver based on work experience. 

How much does tuition cost?
Classes are currently costing around $1,100 per course.  

How many classes can I take at one time?
We are currently offering at least 2 courses in each 8 week semester. 

How long does it take to graduate?
With a full-time course load, you can graduate in as little as 16 - 18 months. If your daily work load does not allow you to enroll full time, enrolling part-time also is possible. There is no pressure to finish quickly. This program allows you to work at your own pace, from home or your office.

Can I transfer graduate-level coursework credit hours to the MS in Port and Terminal Management degree?
Yes, you may be able to transfer up to six credit hours, from a regionally accredited university, at the discretion of the CAPM program advisor.

I have an American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) Professional Port Manager (PPM) Certification. Can I get course credit for having this certification?
If you have an AAPA PPM certificate or other port training or work experience, you can be granted up to 15 credit hours (5 classes). You must show proof that you have met the course objectives in a manner satisfactory to the course instructor. 

I am an international student, can I enroll in your program?
Yes! We are fully online so that students may enroll and take classes from any area of the world. 

I am an international student, can I come to Lamar University and take classes on-campus?
As our classes are taught online, there is no option to physically attend Lamar University while majoring in our MS in Port and Terminal Management degree. If you would like to come to campus, please look at the Master of Engineering Management (MEM) program or the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program - both have a concentration in Port Management and have face-to-face classes. 

Still have questions?  Contact us

Candice Moore
Assistant Director
(409) 880-7121
portmanagement@lamar.edu

Lamar University
PO Box 10032
Beaumont TX 77710-0032