OMIS 4530 3.00

Level Undergraduate

This course examines the roles of various transportation modes, including air, rail, road, pipeline and intermodal. It also discusses terminal types (ports, rail yards, airports and warehouses) within logistics networks and how to organize them. All choices are investigated with regards to economic, temporal and technical choices for transportation
as well as their effects on cost and customer service, social structures and the natural environment. The course also covers forward and reverse short-haul (pick-up and
delivery) and long-haul (facility) transportation structures.

Prerequisites: OMIS 2010 3.0 and OMIS 2050 3.0 (previously offered as MGMT 2050 3.0)