BMG 226: Transportation Management
In this course, students will develop knowledge, skills and comprehension of transportation and logistics management, since transportation expense often represents one of the largest single costs faced by a company. It will cover how transportation moves materials, products, information, and finances through the global supply chain, increases a company's competitive advantage, and differentiates an organization from the competition. Students will learn how to analyze a firm's supply chain, develop a broad transportation strategy, create a detailed implementation plan, and then evaluate the results to make further improvements.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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