OM2100D - Logistics and Transportation Management - 4.5 Credits
This course introduces students to the field of logistics with an emphasis on the physical distribution and transportation of raw materials, intermediate inputs, and finished product. Throughout the course, students will demonstrate specific knowledge and skills in the areas of logistics planning, pricing and cost decisions, regulations and public policy, risk management, and supply chain management. Furthermore, students will understand the operations and structure of different modes of transportation including rail, water, air, and highway.
Prerequisite AAS-Business Logistics: OM1000D
Prerequisite BS-Business Administration-Supply Chain Management: MT2050