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Domestic and International Transportation Operations (TDML 201)

Credit Course

3 credits

$122 per credit

in-county, fees apply

Is a course in which students examine the modes of US domestic and world-wide commercial transportation and compare their operating costs, initial investment, timeliness, and relationship to the commercial goods being transported. Particular attention will be paid to the various physical and political implications on trade routes and the benefits and limitations that they impose. It also provides a detailed knowledge of freight movement, safety, third party intermediaries, financing, insurance, contingency planning, and customs regulations. Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

Prerequisite(s): TDML 101 or permission of the Program Coordinator.