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1 DEPARTME ENT OF MARKETING & LOGISTICS COURSE SYLLABUS TERM: COURSE TITLE: CATALOG DESCRIPTION: INSTRUCTOR: OFFICE HOURS: Fall 2010 LSCM , Transportation Management Principles of transportation covering the role of transportation systems; environmental and economic impacts; modal components; managerial and economic aspects of the various modes, with applications to both domestic and international operations. Prerequisite(s): MKTG 3650 and LSCM Terrance L. Pohlen, PhD, CTL COB Bldg, Rm 228 (Center for Logistics Education & Research) (office) (fax) t.edu Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10:00 11:30 and 3:30-4:30. Other times by appointment. Appointments are preferred. REQUIRED TEXT: Coyle, John J., Robert A. Novack, Brian J. Gibson, and Edwardd J. Bardi (2011), Transportation, 7 th edition, South-Western Cengage Publishing, Mason, OH, ISBN X. Course materials including Powerpoint slides (narrated and pdf), assignments, and outside readings will be made available on Blackboard Vista (http://blackboard Vista. unt.edu). Some materials will be available in Adobe Acrobat Readerr (*.pdf) format. You can obtain Adobe Acrobat Reader via the Internet at Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall

2 COURSE MATERIALS Blackboard Vista. Course materials, assignments, and outside readings will be available within Blackboard Vista. Students can access Blackboard Vista using the Internet at the website Blackboard Vista.unt.edu. The site is password protected. You can learn more about Blackboard Vista by reviewing the on-line student manuals. Outside readings: Outside readings will be required for several class sessions. Outside readings will be posted by chapter in Blackboard Vista or can be downloaded from the UNT library. Homework: Two graded assignments. These are available in the assignments module for download in Blackboard Vista. You should review the homework instructions before submitting any assignment. Cases: The class requires three case analyses. The cases will be handed-out during the first two weeks of class. The due dates for the cases are posted in the class schedule. Internet Software: You will need Internet access and a web browser such as Firefox or Microsoft Internet Explorer. Course materials and assignments will be distributed via Blackboard Vista. You will be responsible for accessing Blackboard Vista to obtain all course materials and to post completed assignments. Adobe Acrobat Reader will be required to read the majority of these materials. Acrobat Reader is available free from the Adobe web site: Many of the printed materials required for this course will be in stored in PDF. This format is common for materials published throughout the web and for fulltext articles obtained on-line from the UNT library. Materials written in PDF can be viewed and printed only using the Adobe Acrobat Reader. Once the Reader is installed on your system, when you click on one of the items in PDF format, your web browser should automatically load the Adobe software within the browser, and show you what the document looks like. You can then print the document by clicking on the printer icon on the Adobe Acrobat Reader s window. Class Powerpoint Presentations: Copies of the PowerPoint slides used in-class can be downloaded from Blackboard Vista. The Powerpoint files will be saved in three formats flash, narrated pdf, and pdf (two slides per page). The Flash and narrated pdf version contains a narrated Powerpoint presentation with closed captioning. The other pdf contains the Powerpoint slides in two slides per page for notetaking. I would encourage you to 2 Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall 2010

3 download and print copies of f the slides in advance reading the book chapter or viewing the narrated version. Class Objectives: I have developed objectives for each classs session and homework assignment. I recommend you carefully review these objectives as the examinations will largely draw from the topics and questions included in the daily objectives. The daily objectives are posted byy chapter in Blackboard Vista. Recommended Homework Assignments: I have assigned several recommended homework problems (Attachment 3 to this syllabus). Answerss to the problems will be available in your text or Blackboard Vista. I strongly encourage you to perform the recommended homework assignments. The recommended homework assignments will not be turned in or graded. The answers to the recommended homework assignments reflect the depth and detail expected for your answerss to the graded homework assignments. Gradedd Homework Assignments: The course includes two assignments that will be graded. Thesee assignments may be quantitative in nature, and you can expect similar problems to appear one of the three examinations. The gradedd assignments will be made available for download in the corresponding module, or chapter, within Blackboard d Vista. You will need to use Microsoft Excel to perform and submit the assignments. Graded assignments will be turned-inn electronically in the Assignments section of Blackboard Vista. See the Grading section of the syllabuss for additional instructions. Logisticss management is that t part of supply chain management that plans, implements, and controls the efficient, effective forward and reverse flow and storage of goods, services and related informationn between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order r to meet customers requirements. Council of 2003 Supply Chainn Management Professionals (CSCMP), Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall

4 COURSE OVERVIEW: The following is an approximate breakdown of the coverage of the above topics: Topic Course introduction Significance of transportationn Transportation economics Regulation and deregulation Supply chain management and logisticss Modal characteristics Principles of transportation & logistics Transportation costing and pricing Transportation risk management International transportation Third-party logistics Relationship management Issues and challenges Private transportation Transportation security Exams Total Portion of the course 3% 4% 4% 4% 3% 32% 4% 4% 4% 8% 4% 4% 4% 8% 4% 6% 100% Supply chain management is the integration of key business processes from end user through original suppliers, that provides products, services, and information that addd value for customers and other stakeholders. Lambert, D.M. and M.C. Cooper (2000), Issues in Supply Chain Management, Industrial Marketing Management, Vol. 29, pp Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall 2010

5 COURSE OBJECTIVE: COURSE FORMAT: To provide an understanding of the key transportation concepts and the issues affecting the movement of goods and people. Particular emphasis will be placed on freight movements, modal characteristics, transportation policy, pricing and costing, and the changes occurring in the industry such as the emergence of thirdparty logistics firms, security, globalization, use of technology, and supply chain management. The course will be conducted in a blended format, combination of in-class and distance. Narrated Powerpoint files contain the material that typically would have been covered in a traditional classroom environment for any class sessions employed distance education. These lectures supplement the course text. As a result, you must view the lectures and read the assigned material in the course text. The lecture material will be saved in two formats. The narrated version can be viewed with Adobe Reader version 8 or higher. The narrated version includes the Powerpoint slide, voice narration, and closed captioning (click on CC at the bottom of the screen to view the text while listening). I have also saved the Powerpoint slides in a two slide per page format. You can print this version and use for note taking while viewing and listening to the Powerpoint slides. Students sometimes criticize the lecture format as not teaching creativity or how to obtain new knowledge. A frequent criticism is that it only tasks the student to parrot back existing or previous knowledge. However, a key objective of this course is to make you familiar with the concepts and professional knowledge in logistics and supply chain management. You must be familiar with the existing knowledge to enter the profession and to understand the problems you will face in subsequent courses and in the required logistics internship. The class will adhere to the schedule posted in the syllabus. You must progress with the schedule shown in this syllabus. All homework is due at 5:00PM on the Friday of the assigned week. Before you begin any chapter, you should first refer to the chapter objectives posted in Blackboard Vista. I have essentially created a mini-syllabus for each chapter. You will find information on how I expect you to prepare for the chapter, the reading and viewing assignments, any required or recommended outside readings or videos, key learning objectives, and discussion questions. You should pay particular attention to the key learning objectives. All examination and quiz questions will be linked to the learning Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall

6 objectives. I recommend you use the learning objectives as a study guide ensure that you have identified and carefully read the sections in the book or Powerpoint slides that relate to these objectives. If you take thorough notes on these objectives, then you should be well-prepared for the quizzes and examinations. In several instances, the material in the book may already be outdated. If the material in the Powerpoint slides contradicts or contains different information from the book, you need to use the information contained in the Powerpoint slides. Any questions regarding the course should be posted in the discussion area. I will create a discussion area for each chapter and assignment. Post your questions in this area, and I will respond. This approach will ensure all students benefit from your question and my response. Any questions posed by will be returned with a request to post in the discussion area. All homework must be submitted as an attachment and posted to the appropriate assignment. Within the assignments module, you will also find instructions or guidelines for completing the assignment. I will not accept homework that has been turned into my office. Do not submit homework as an attachment unless previously approved. GRADING: You should not view the graded elements, or assessments, as separate from learning course content. These assessments are an integral part of learning about logistics and supply chain management. Each graded element provides an opportunity for you to interact with the different problems frequently encountered by logistics professionals and to receive immediate feedback on how you have performed. The purpose of these assessments is to further your understanding of logistics. The graded elements within the course include three examinations, two graded homework assignments, three cases, and quizzes. In addition, you are required to attend two presentations in the executive lecturer series or at professional meetings where a speaker is present. The weights assigned to each element are shown in the following table: 6 Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall 2010

7 Graded Element Percentage Exam 1 15% Exam 2 15% Exam 3 15% Quizzes 10% Homework Assignments (2) 10% Case analyses (3) 30% Professional Development (2) 5% Total 100% Note: Failure to actively participate in class may result in up to a one letter grade (10 percent of total points for the course) deduction from the final course grade. Your course grade will be determined based on the following evaluation instruments: 1. Exams. Three exams will be given. The exams will consist of questions drawn from the readings, lectures, speakers, presentations, and out-of-class assignments. You are responsible for the material even if it is not emphasized or covered during the lectures. Past experience strongly suggests you will learn much more (and thus perform better) in the class if you have completed the reading assignment before viewing the assignment and taking the quizzes and examinations. The book chapters cover much of the material addressed in this course; however, I will cover material in addition to the text in the in-class lectures or narrated Powerpoint slides. It is strongly recommended that you take thorough notes. Exams will focus on the chapters and modules contained in the class schedule; however, due to the nature of the course and subject matter, all exams contain some comprehensive elements. The exams will emphasize material identified in my objectives for each chapter or topic. There will be no make-up exams except in extraordinary situations that require approval before the scheduled exam. The exams are not cumulative; however, you must be familiar with basic concepts covered earlier in the class. Quizzes. A quiz will be administered during every class and online (two per class period) except on the first day of class, exams, or when previously announced. Quizzes will consist of five to ten questions covering the material assigned for the class period. Failure to prepare for the quizzes may seriously affect Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall

8 your grade. The quizzes are representative of the multiple choice questions, and you can expect to see similar questions on the examinations. The quizzes will be given during the first five minutes of class. If you arrive late or miss class, the quizzes cannot be made up. On-line quizzes will only be available until the start of the next class and cannot be made up. 2. Assignments. Each student will individually complete two homework assignments. The assignments consist of short problems, and you can expect similar problems to appear on one of the three exams. Answers to the assignments must be typed, and Excel spreadsheets should be used where appropriate. The answers should be no more than two to three pages in length. The assignments will be graded based on accuracy, professional appearance, ability to completely answer the question, as well as ability to follow instructions. The assignments are an individual effort. Students must not discuss or exchange information for completing the assignments with other students. Failure to comply with this requirement will result in a failing grade for the assignment. The submission of the assignments will consist of a title sheet with the topic, title, student name, and course number. All assignments will also be submitted electronically in the Blackboard Vista Assignment area. All calculations must be performed in Excel, and an electronic copy of the Excel spreadsheet must be submitted. 3. Resumes, Pre-test, and Post-test. Resumes will be submitted by 5:00 PM, Friday, September 3rd. Failure to submit a resume will result in a 3-point deduction from the final course grade. Resumes should be submitted as an attachment (see Attachment 1 of this syllabus for instructions). You must include the resume release form with your resume. The file name for the resume must follow the directions shown in attachment 1, otherwise points will be deducted. You will also complete a preand post-test for the course. These tests are not graded and will be used to evaluate the learning occurring during the course. Failure to complete the pre- post-tests will result in the loss of all participation points (five percent of final grade). You will receive a 100 percent for two quizzes if you complete the resume and release form assignment, the pre-test, and the 8 Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall 2010

9 post-test. 4. Case analysis. Students will perform, on a four person team basis, three case analyses. A written analysis and peer evaluations will be submitted. Peer evaluations will only be submitted once, on the date shown in the syllabus. Students will not present their analyses of the cases, but we will discuss the case in-class. Class discussion will affect the participation points for the course. The case assignment and instructions are available in Blackboard Vista. See Attachments Five and Six for submission guidelines and case grading. 5. Class participation. Participation will be based on preparation for class, frequency of participation, quality of participation, organization, and conciseness. Participation consists of individual in-class discussion of daily course content, outside readings, and in-class quizzes. Make sure that you are making your presence known through positive class contributions. Behavior detrimental to class discussion and progress (e.g., talking, making noise, sleeping, newspaper reading, etc.) will be heavily considered in this component of your grade. It is of particular importance that you show respect for visitors (guest lecturers) to the class. Failure to be prepared, regularly attend class, and actively participate in class discussion will result in up to a one-letter grade deduction (10% of total points in the course) from your final grade in the course. I will grade participation on a daily basis using a 0 5 point scale. You are not required to participate during each class period; however, if you fail to make a meaningful contribution at least once every two class periods, you should anticipate a deduction in your final grade (see Attachment 4 for grading template). Resumes will be submitted by 5:00 PM, Friday, September 3rd. Failure to submit a resume will result in a 3-point deduction from the final course grade. Resumes should be posted in the assignments area (see Attachment 1 for instructions). You need to include the resume release form with your resume or provide a signed copy in class. 6. Professional development. Students are asked to register for the executive lecture series on-line. Approval of alternative activities (professional meetings, LOGSA or ISM events, or COB distinguished speakers) requires approval in advance. No double dipping is permitted you cannot count an Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall

10 outside speaker for this course with another LSCM course not matter how many logistics classes you are taking this semester--a student may not attend one event and count it for two LSCM classes. The UNT Executive Lecturer in Logistics Series is very proud of its close relationship with industry and our emphasis on professionalism. You are required to participate in two profession speaker events. Each event is worth 2 points toward your final grade (see Attachment 2 for additional information). This semester the Logistics Executive Lecture Series is scheduled on four Fridays from 12:00 to 1:15 PM. These sessions allow students to meet and actively interact with a logistics executive. To register for a Logistics Executive Lecturer session go to Each session will be held in COBA room 355 unless registrations require us to relocate to a larger room. If you cannot attend two of these events due to work or class schedule conflicts, you may offer suggestions to fulfill this requirement. All substitutions require advance approval. ASSIGNMENTS You are expected to approach each assignment with the AND DUE DATES: professionalism required in the real world by fulfilling completed staff work. Each assignment is due at 5:00PM on the Friday of the week assigned. A 50% penalty will be assessed for submissions within 24 hours after the assignment is due (one day late). A 100% penalty will be assessed for submissions more than 24 hours after the assignment is due. Correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation are expected and will be considered in the grading of all assignments. The overall appearance and professionalism of the submission will also be considered in the grade. All submissions will be typed (25% penalty if not). GRADING SCALE: The grading scale is guaranteed. You will receive no less than the grade listed within the appropriate interval. I reserve the right to adjust the grading scale in favor of the class if warranted. Numeric grades are not rounded up to the next high letter grade. I frequently curve the grades for many of the assessments in the course. Rounding would result in an additional curve for a limited number of students near grade breaks. 10 Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall 2010

11 Grade Numeric Range Grade Points A 90 to B 80 to C 70 to D 60 to F Below EXAM STUDYING & PREPARATION I strongly recommend that you use the chapter objectives posted in Blackboard vista when reading the chapters, viewing the narrated Powerpoint files, and studying for the exam. When reading the chapter, you should search for the answer for each objective. When taking notes from class lectures, I recommend you incorporate the key points made in the narrated Powerpoints and flesh out the answers or notes for each objective. As you prepare for the exam, you should carefully review your notes. Ensure that you understand each objective and the answer you developed. Key questions you should ask yourself include: why is this important to understanding logistics and supply chain management, how does this material relate to the other topics covered in class, and how does this material affect logistics and supply chain performance? I believe individuals that spend two to four hours for each chapter will most likely receive an A for the course. Sometimes this may not be the case, but a strong correlation exists between students that prepare and that excel on the exams. I developed the chapter objectives to ensure that you can make the most effective use of your study and preparation time and can concentrate on the material that will be emphasized on the quizzes and examinations. Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall

12 Finished The procrastination scallop Time Spent on Studying for Dr. Pohlen s Exam very good very good Task completion Safe Safe Exam outcome Course outcome Start Time left to complete task almost safe dangerous very bad No time left very bad Adapted from Michael, Jack (1991), A Behavioral Perspective on College Teaching, The Behavior Analyst, Vol. 14, No. 2, pp LIBRARY ASSIGNMENTS: Students are expected to use the library to research material for their case analyses. Students will need to access the UNT library s electronic resources to obtain full-text access, WRITTEN This course requires three cases and two homework COMMUNICATION assignments. Approximately 20% of exam questions may be SKILLS: open-ended or essay. COMPUTER APPLICATIONS: The Internet provides considerable resources for accomplishing the group project and for obtaining additional information regarding the subjects covered in the class. Course materials will be accessed via the Internet using Blackboard Vista. Students are encouraged to use the Internet. However, you are expected to use refereed journal articles (see library access) for your abstracts. 12 Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall 2010

13 INTERNATIONAL Two chapters in the text are devoted to international transportation. COVERAGE: The effect of global competition and international commerce will be discussed throughout the course. International freight documentation will be covered during one class period. ENVIRONMENTAL Class discussion will address transportation s effect on the ISSUES environment when discussing transportation and the economy, COVERED: transportation regulation, sustainability and corporate responsibility, different transportation modes, and future directions for transportation. ETHICAL ISSUES COVERED: ACADEMIC INTEGRITY The course will include discussion concerning ethical issues primarily during the discussions on transportation regulation and pricing. The role of ethical business conduct will be discussed as appropriate when covering other course materials. Ethical behavior in intercompany relationships is part of the discussion of these topics. The role of ethical business conduct will be discussed as appropriate when covering other topics in the course. Cheating, plagiarism, or other inappropriate assistance on examinations, homework, or cases will be treated with zero tolerance and will result in a grade of F for the course. Any work on the assignments or cases is to be treated identically to examination: the work must be entirely yours with ABSOLUTELY NO outside help or assistance. When working on the assignments, you must not discuss your work with anyone (other faculty or other students) unless specifically approved by the instructor. You must footnote any outside sources used when preparing your assignments or cases. Copying or using material from assignments or cases previously submitted by other students (at UNT or other learning institutions) or downloaded from the Internet is plagiarism. If you quote material, you must cite your sources. Large scale cutting and pasting from other sources, even if properly footnoted does not meet the criterion of submitting your own work and will result in a failing grade for the course. All team members will be held accountable for any material presented in the case analyses. Students may only discuss the case assignments with other members within their case team. Students may research materials from outside sources; however, the use of any case analyses or any related material that have been previously submitted in another course (even if at another university or learning institution), purchased on-line, downloaded from an on-line source, or obtained in any other manner constitutes plagiarism for this course. If any team member has plagiarized Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall

14 any content submitted for the case analysis, then the entire team will receive a failing grade for the entire course. The examination instructions are very clear regarding what materials may be used on the exam. If you use any materials other than those permitted on the exam, talk with other individuals during the exam, exchange information about an exam with an individual that has not taken the exam, or copy or use material from another individual s exam, you will receive a failing grade for the course. According to University policy, if you become aware of any misconduct related to academic integrity, you should inform me or another proper authority such as the department chair or associate dean. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT GRADE APPEALS, WITHDRAWALS, & INCOMPLETES EXAM AND ASSIGNMENT GRADE APPEALS The College of Business complies with the Americans With Disabilities Act in making reasonable accommodations for qualified students with a disability. If you have an established disability as defined in the Act and would like to request accommodation, please see me as soon as possible. I can be contacted at the location and phone number shown in this syllabus. Please note: University policy requires that students notify their instructor within the first week of class than an accommodation will be needed. Please do not hesitate to contact me now or in the future if you have any questions or if I can be of assistance. Please refer to the UNT Undergraduate Catalog for policies governing these actions. If you have any questions, please contact me for clarification. Please note: I only use an incomplete for extraordinary circumstances. An incomplete grade will not be used simply to provide more time to complete the course requirements. If you disagree with how any assignment, quiz or examination was graded, you must submit a written appeal by before the end of the following week. The must clearly state the rationale for the appeal and provide evidence to support your position. For example, you may cite text references, Powerpoint slides, or outside readings to support your position these must be clearly referenced by title and page number. The rationale should be objective in nature and should not include subjective opinions. Appeals that do not provide supporting rationale and specific reference(s) to course materials will be returned without consideration. 14 Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall 2010

15 RECOMMENDED HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS I have assigned recommendedd homework problems (Attachment 3 to the syllabus). Answers to thee problems will be available in your text or Blackboard Vista. I strongly encourage you to perform the homework assignments as theyy will help prepare you for the examinations. These assignments will not be gradedd or turned-in. COURSE DISCLAIMER: OTHER: The schedule, policies, and assignments, contained in this course syllabus, are subject to changee in the event of extenuating circumstances, classs progress,, or by mutual agreement between the instructor and the students.. All changes will be announced prior to taking effect with a posted change to the syllabus being placed in Blackboard Vista. All cellular or digital phones andd pagers are to be turned off during class. Failure to comply with this request will result in a letter grade deduction if repeated. The Logistician Logisticians are a sad and embittered race of men who are very much in demand in war, and who sink resentfully into obscurity in peace. They deal only in facts, but must work for men who merchant in theories. They emerge during war because war is very much a fact. They disappear in peace because peace is mostly theory. The people who merchant in theories, and who employ logisticians in war and ignore them in peace, are generals. Generals are a happily blessed race who radiate confidence and power. They feed only on ambrosia and drink only nectar. In peace, they stride confidently and can invade a world simply by sweeping their hands grandly over a map, pointing their fingers decisively up terrain corridors, and blocking defiles and obstacles with the sides of their hands. In war, they must stride more slowly because each general has a logistician riding onn his back and he knows that, at any moment, the logistician may lean forward and whisper: "No, you can't do that." Generals fear logisticians in war and in peace, generals try to forget logisticians. Romping along beside generals are strategists and tacticians. Logisticians despise strategists and tacticians. Strategists and tacticians do not know about logisticians until they grow to become generals--which becomes a general. If he does, he must associate with generals whom he hates; he has a retinue of strategists and tacticians whom he despises; and, on they usually do. Sometimes a logistician his back, is a logistician whom he fears. This is why logisticians who becomee generals always have ulcers and cannot eat their ambrosia. Author Unknown Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall

16 CLASS SCHEDULE & READINGS ASSIGNMENTS LSCM 4560, TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT 2:00-3:20PM, Friday and Wednesday, (Section 001): CURY323 Date Week 1 Aug 30 Sep 1 Week 2 Sep 6 Sep 8 Week 3 Sep 13 Sep 16 Week 4 Sep 20 Sep 22 Week 5 Sep 27 Sep 29 Week 6 Oct 4 Oct 6 Week 7 Oct 11 Oct 13 Week 8 Oct 18 Oct 20 Course introduction Topic Covered Chapter 1 Transportation: Critical Link in the Supply Chain Module 1A: Logistics and Supply Chain Management (narrated pdf) Teams must be formed and names submitted by 5:00 on September 3 Resumes due by 5:00, September 3rd (see Attachment 1 for instructions) Labor Day Holiday Chapter 1 (continued) Module 1B: Transportation Demand and Economics (narrated pdf) Chapter 2: Transportation: Critical Link in the Economy Module 2A: Transportation in the United States (narrated pdf) Chapter 3: Transportation Regulation and Public Policy Module 3A: Transportation Regulation and Deregulation Chapter 3 (continued) Module 3B: Transportation and Public Policy Exam 1 (Chapters 1, 2 and 3) Chapter 5 Motor Carriers Module 5A: Motor Carriers Case #1 Due by 5:00 on Friday, October 1 Module 5B: Vehicle Routing Case #1 Discussion Chapter 6, Railroads Module 6A: Rail Carriers Chapter 6 (continued) Module 6B: Intermodal Transportation Homework #1: Vehicle Routing Assignment Due Chapter 7: Air Carriers Module 7: Air Carriers Chapter 8: Water Carriers Module 8A: Water Carriers 16 Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall 2010

17 Date Date Week 9 Chapter 8: Pipelines Oct 25 Module 8B: Pipelines Exam 2 (Chapters 5 8, Intermodal, and Vehicle Routing) Oct 27 Week 10 Chapter 4: Costing and Pricing of Transportation Nov 1 Module 4: Costing and Pricing of Transportation Case #2 Due by 5:00 on Friday, November 5 Chapter 4 (continued) Nov 3 Week 11 Case #2 Discussion Nov 8 Chapter 9: Transportation Security Nov 10 Module 9: Transportation Security Homework #2: Shatter Glass Assignment Due Week 12 Chapter 10: Global Transportation Planning Nov 15 Module 10: Global Transportation Chapter 11: Global Transportation Execution Nov 17 Module 11: Global Transportation Execution Week 13 Chapter 12: Third Party Logistics Nov 22 Module 12: Third Party Logistics Chapter 13: Private Transportation Nov 24 Module 13: Private Transportation Week 14 Chapter 14: Future Challenges for Transportation Nov 29 Module 14: Future Challenges for Transportation Case #3 and Peer Evaluations Due byy 5:00 on Friday, December 3 Case #3 Discussion Dec 1 Week 15 Principles of Transportation Dec 6 Module: Principles Shipper Strategies Dec 8 Module: Shipper Strategies Week 16 Final Exam (1:30 PM 3:30 PM) Dec 13 Chapters 4, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, Principles, and Shipper Strategies Transportation is the foundation of our entire economy and quality of life. Thee Federal Transportationn Advisory Group Vision 2050: An Integrated National Transportation System Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall

18 Attachment 1 Resume Assignment So, you attend a professional meeting tonight and chat with a vice president with a 3PL. Looking for an exceptional UNT graduate highly capable to do great things for your company? you ask. She replies, Send me your resume by Noon tomorrow. Now is the time to get your resume in shape. Complete the attached resume cover sheet and post in the Assignments area within Blackboard Vista no later than 5:00 PM on September 3rd. To avoid a reduction in participation points name your resume file using your last name and the term and year of your graduation. For example: Lastname_GraduationTerm_GraduationYear.doc Example: Doe_Spring_2030.doc 1 Failure to properly name your file will result in a penalty toward participation points. Late submissions will receive a three point reduction in their final grade. The logistics faculty will use this resume to send to companies that contact us throughout the semester so make sure it is your very best, no excuses. You have the right to request your resume not be distributed to potential employees. YOU MUST COMPLETE THE FORM ON THE FOLLOWING PAGE AND TURN-IN A SIGNED COPY as a scanned pdf or Word document (cut and paste out of the syllabus) and post with your resume by September 3rd. 1 This student obviously does not plan to pass LSCM4560 on the first attempt! 18 Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall 2010

19 Logistics and Supply Chain Management Resume Posting Authorization Name your resumee file as follows: Lastname_GraduationSemester_GraduationYear.doc Example: Doe_Fall_ doc Student name: ID Number: Submit Date: Pleasee check the appropriate responses: A Logistics intern position for: A part time position in Logistics: Post graduation permanent professiona l employment: Release my resume: o Falll 2010 o Spring 2011 o Summer 2011 o I am not interested in a Logistics related internship o Falll 2010 o Spring 2011 o I am not interested in part time employment in Logistics o Falll 2010 o Spring 2011 o Summer 2011 o I will not be seeking employment in the logistics field o Thee University of North Texas has permission to distribute my resume to prospective employers. o Please do not release my resume. It is submitted for a class requirement only. Signed: Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall

20 Professionalism (2.5 points per event): Attachment 2 Professional Development in Logistics The UNT Professional Program in Logistics is very proud of its close relationship with industry and our emphasis on professionalism. You are required to participate in two professionalism events. Each event is worth 2.5 points of your final grade. This semester the Logistics Executive Lecture Series will feature three Friday 12:00 to 1:15 PM sessions allowing students to meet and actively interchange with a logistics executive. To register for a Logistics Executive Lecture session go to Each session will be held in COB room 355 unless registrations require us to re-locate to a larger room. If you cannot attend two of these events due to work or class schedule conflicts, your professor may offer an alternative, which is subject to approval prior to attending the event. You are strongly encouraged to attend multiple speakers, LogSA activities, and professional association meetings. [NOTE: speakers will be announced later during the semester] Dates: 9/17 10/8 10/29 11/19 20 Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall 2010

21 ATTACHMENT 3 RECOMMENDED HOMEWORK Homework is assigned but will not be graded.. Thee answers will be posted in Blackboard Vista for your review. You are strongly encouraged to perform the homework as the assignments s will help prepare youu for the quizzes and examinations. Recommend Homework Assignment Questions by Chapter Chapter 1: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Chapter 2: 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 Chapter 3: 1 9 Chapter 4: 1 10 Chapter 5: 1, 2, 5 10 Chapter 6: 1 3, 5, 7 9 Chapter 7: 2-6, 8 11 Chapter 8: 1 10 Chapter 9: 1 11 Chapter 10: 1 12 Chapter 11: 1, 4 12 Chapter 12: 1 12 Chapter 13: 1 10 Chapter 14: 1 9 Transportation Management, LSCM 4560, Fall

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