Course Name Credits
LOGI 100 Principles of Logistics (A,W,SP,SU - DL) 5
A study of the basic concepts included in the field of logistics with particular emphasis on the economic significance of distribution to business and the U.S. economy. The interrelationship between logistics and other areas of business will be covered with particular emphasis on how logistics can significantly impact customer loyalty by adding value. Knowledge of basic algebraic concepts is strongly recommended.
• Lecture: 5 hours
• Lab: 0 hours
• Lab fee: $5.00  
LOGI 110 Transportation & Traffic Management (W) 3
Introduction to traffic management function including mode and carrier selection.
• Lecture: 3 hours
• Lab: 0 hours
• Prerequisite: LOGI 100.
• Lab fee: $5.00
LOGI 151 Purchasing Principles I (A, SP –DL) 3
This course is designed to teach the basics of purchasing management to the newly appointed buyer or non-purchasing personnel looking to broaden their business knowledge. Topics covered include: the challenge of purchasing and materials management, objectives and organization, function, specification, quality control and inspection, computerization, and quality considerations.
• Lecture: 3 hours
• Lab: 0 hours
• Lab fee: $5.00
LOGI 152 Purchasing Principles II (W) 3
This course is a continuation of Purchasing Principles I and focuses on how the basics of good buying can be used effectively to meet the challenges and responsibilities of the constantly changing business climate. Topics include: forward buying, international purchasing, buying capital assets and purchasing transportation services.
• Lecture: 3 hours
• Lab: 0 hours
• Prerequisite: LOGI 151
• Lab fee: $5.00
LOGI 205 Freight Claims (W) 3
A study of freight loss, damage claims, and adjustment of claims in various modes of transportation including carrier and shipper liability, transportation documentation, and claim filing procedures.
• Lecture: 3 hours
• Lab: 0 hours
• Prerequisite: LOGI 151
• Lab fee: $5.00
LOGI 210 Warehouse Management (A, SP -DL) 3
Analysis of warehousing functions and management. Topics covered include facility location and operation, labor relations, financial analysis and productivity improvement and measurement.
• Lecture: 3 hours
• Lab: 0 hours
• Prerequisite: LOGI 151
• Lab fee: $5.00
LOGI 211 Inventory Management (W) 4
A study of inventory control problems and methods. Topics covered include demand forecasting, independent demand inventory systems,  inventory models and aggregate planning.
• Lecture: 4 hours
• Lab: 0 hours
• Prerequisite: LOGI 151 and LOGI 210 or permission of instructor
• Lab fee: $5.00
LOGI 225 International Shipping (SP) 4
A study of global logistics with emphasis on the requirements for importingand exporting. Laws, regulations, paperwork and international billingterms will be discussed.
• Lecture: 3 hours
• Lab: 0 hours
• Prerequisite: LOGI 100
• Lab fee: $5.00
LOGI 226 Introduction to Export Administration
Regulations (AU-DL)
4
A detailed examination of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) covering the information exporters need to know to understand and comply with the U. S. export control requirements on commercial goods. The course focuses on what items and activities are subject to the EAR; steps to take to determine the export licensing for an item; how to determine an export control classification number (ECCN); when an item can be exported or re-exported without applying for a license; export clearance procedures; recordkeeping requirements; Export Management System  (EMS) concepts; and “real life” examples in applying this information.
• Prerequisites: LOGI100
• Lab fee: $5.00
LOGI 227 Electronic Import/Export Documentation
(WR-DL)
2
Provides students with the tools to electronically prepare export/importdocumentation; manage e-business and marketing functions related toglobal commerce; and evaluate and control e-commerce systems. Acceptance of electronic export/import documentation by non-government organizations, e.g., banks, forwarders, carriers, etc., continues to increaseand is rapidly replacing paper-based systems. Additionally, regulatoryagencies’ requirements for electronic document submission have significantlyincreased post 9/11. Course content subject to change in response to new or changing user requirements.
• Prerequisites: LOGI 100
• Lab fee: $47.00
LOGI 228 Importing (WR-DL) 4
An introduction to procedural compliance with import regulations of theU. S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) emphasizing the Trade Act of2002, Advanced Electronic Information, published in the Federal Registeron December 5, 2003. Additional topics discussed include antidumpingand countervailing duties; informed compliance; commercial enforcement; the regulatory audit program; quotas; and customs broker management. Note that procedures and regulations are in a current state of flux and course content may be revised in response to changes.
• Prerequisites: LOGI 100
• Lab fee: $5.00
LOGI 229 International Transportation Regulatory Compliance (WR – DL) 3
An examination of the laws that apply to domestic motor carrier and railand international air, ocean, and multi-modal transportation. Covers theevolution of various transportation laws, e.g., the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act (COGSA); the Warsaw Convention; the Montreal Protocol; the International Multi-modal Convention; cabotage law, freight claims, andcross-border trucking under the North American Free trade Agreement (NAFTA); Course content subject to vary as laws are revised and created.
• Prerequisites: LOGI 100
• Lab fee: $5.00
LOGI 240 Regulatory Compliance for Logistics
Managers
(SU)
3
A study of transportation law and regulation with emphasis on shipperresponsibilities. Claims, undercharge avoidance, contracting, and theshipper’s bill of lading are discussed.
• Lecture: 3 hours
• Lab: 0 hours
• Prerequisites: LOGI 100
• Lab fee: $5.00
LOGI 241 Logistics Practicum I (A,W,SP) 4
Supervised on-the-job application of knowledge and skills acquired in the classroom. Open to Logistics Management Technology students only. Internship applications must be filed with the Department at least 2 monthsprior to the internship start date.
• Lecture: 0 hours
• Lab: 28 hours
• Prerequisite: Advisor approval required
• Corequisite: LOGI 242
• Lab fee: $5.00
LOGI 242 Logistics Seminar I (A,W,SP) 2
Application of logistics knowledge to specific areas of on-the-job experience. Open to Logistics Management Technology students only. Internship applications must be filed with the Department at least 2 months prior to the internship start date
• Lecture: 0 hours
• Lab: 4 hours
• Prerequisite: Advisor approval required
• Corequisite: LOGI 241
• Lab fee: $5.00
LOGI 245 Transportation Rates & Pricing (AU) 3
Transportation rates and pricing, including carrier cost structures andindustry economics. Emphasis will be on negotiation of favorable ratesfrom carriers and proper preparation for same.
• Lecture: 2 hours
• Lab: 0 hours
• Prerequisite: LOGI 100
• Lab fee: $5.00
LOGI 246 Purchasing Negotiation (SP) 3
Skills required to prepare for and conduct purchasing negotiations.
• Lecture: 3 hours
• Lab: 0 hours
• Prerequisite: LOGI 151 or permission of instructor
• Lab fee: $5.00
LOGI 250 Transportation of Hazardous Materials (SP, DL) 3
A study of the transportation of hazardous materials within the UnitedStates and the regulations and compliance issues resulting from theseregulations. The course delves into the usage of the Code of FederalRegulations Part 49 100-185, the manual used to regulate all materialsdeemed hazardous. The segregation of the 9 classes of HAZMAT, the limitations of each shipment and the usage of this manual will encompassthe course. The student will develop a better understanding of HAZMATand the rules and regulations concerning the shipments.
• Prerequisite: LOGI 100
• Lab fee: $5.00
LOGI 256 Advanced Purchasing Seminar (SP) 3
A capstone course designed for the purchasing major. A comprehensivecase study approach will be used to understand purchasing as the primarymaterials procurement activity while integrating purchasing with othermaterials management activities. Topics covered include: legal considerations, public purchasing, the planning process, and control functionssuch as inventory control, budgeting, and production.
• Lecture: 3 hours
• Lab: 0 hours
• Prerequisite: LOGI 152
• Lab fee: $5.00
LOGI 260 Performance Management for Logistics
Managers
(SP)
4
A capstone course designed around the steps in the performance/communicationprocess as they relate to recognizing, understanding, planning, implementing and evaluating performance competencies. The course willlook at performance challenges in the logistics arena and how to proactively approach and resolve them. It will also focus on creating positiverelationships and ensuring effective workplace communication.
• Lecture: 3 hours
• Lab: 0 hours
• Lab fee: $5.00
LOGI 297 Special Topics in Logistics (On Demand) 1-3
Detailed examination of special topics of interest in logistics. Topics vary.
• Lecture: 1 hours
• Lab: 3 hours
• Lab fee: $5.00
 
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