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Principles of Logistics (TDML 202)

Credit Course

3 credits

$122 per credit

in-county, fees apply

Is a course in which students examine the efficient and effective movement and storage of goods and related services to support customer centric initiatives. This is accomplished through covering the process of planning, implementing, and controlling related logistics procedures from the point of origin to the point of consumption. Particular attention will be paid to the various physical and political implications on procurement, inventory control, philosophies behind transportation movements, and quality control. Students also explore the multiple external pressures and internal constraints that plague daily logistics companies' operations. Topics include planning, utilizing resources efficiently, managing transportation costs, and ensuring superior delivery performance. Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.

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