Posted: August 4th, 2022

TLMT312

I need an 8 weeks TLMT312 (Transportation Economics) class completed.

School
 of
 Business
 
TLMT
 312
 

Transportation
 Economics
 
3
 Credit
 Hours
 
 

8-­‐Weeks
 
Prerequisite(s):
 None
 

Please
 see
 the
 Lessons
 area
 in
 the
 classroom
 for
 additional
 course
 specific
 information
 

Table
 of
 Contents

Course
 Description Course
 Scope Course
 Materials
Course
 Objectives Course
 Outline Course
 Delivery
 Method
Academic
 Services
  Policies Turnitin.com

Course
 Description
 (Catalog)
TLMT
 312
 -­‐
 Transportation
 Economics
 (3
 hours)
 
This
 course
 focuses
 on
 the
 micro
 and
 macro
 economic
 issues
 associated
 with
 international,
 national,
 and
 
local
 transport,
 logistics,
 and
 other
 issues
 in
 the
 transportation
 industry.
 Topics
 include
 the
 economic
 
aspects
 of
 rail,
 water,
 air,
 ground,
 and
 other
 transport
 modes;
 inventory,
 and
 supply.
 

Course
 Scope

This
 course
 will
 provide
 you
 with
 a
 solid
 foundation
 in
 economic
 principles
 and
 the
 interaction
 of
 
transportation
 economics
 with
 regard
 to
 technology
 &
 globalization.
 
 The
 course
 will
 explore
 the
 
application
 of
 economic
 theory
 to
 the
 transport
 sector.
 Unlike
 other
 courses
 which
 often
 concentrate
 on
 
particular
 modes
 of
 transport,
 such
 as
 the
 railways
 or
 shipping,
 or
 specific
 sectors
 such
 as
 the
 
nationalized
 transport
 industries,
 one
 of
 the
 main
 aims
 of
 our
 course
 is
 to
 show
 that
 many
 economic
 
issues
 in
 transport
 are
 common
 to
 all
 modes,
 with
 some
 variations.
 Subsequently,
 the
 approach
 is
 to
 
show
 how
 economic
 theory
 may
 be
 applied
 to
 improve
 the
 overall
 efficiency
 of
 the
 transport
 sector;
 
examples
 are,
 therefore,
 drawn
 from
 all
 forms
 of
 transport.
 

Course
 Materials
 
Required
 Materials
 
Reading
 materials
 are
 available
 inside
 the
 course.
 

Course
 Objectives
 
After
 successfully
 completing
 this
 course,
 the
 student
 will:
 

1. Explain
 how
 the
 processes
 of
 transportation
 economics
 play
 a
 major
 role
 in
 transportation
 decisions
of
 an
 organization.
2. Identify
 value
 opportunities
 for
 organizations
 with
 a
 rational
 ERP
 implementation.
3. Determine
 best
 practices
 for
 inventory
 control
 decisions.
4. Define
 how
 reverse
 logistics
 can
 benefit
 a
 company.
5. Describe
 how
 customer
 service
 can
 improve
 within
 a
 supply
 chain
 operation.
6. Discuss
 international
 and
 domestic
 terms
 of
 sale.
7. Discuss
 wholesale
 and
 retail
 transportation
 economics.
8. Describe
 how
 benchmarking
 can
 be
 a
 critical
 aspect
 of
 performance
 management.
9. Explain
 how
 a
 transportation
 economics
 strategy
 can
 effectively
 position
 an
 organization
 to
 maximize
shareholder
 value.

Course
 Outline
Week
  Topic(s)
  Learning
 Objective(s)
 

1 21st Century Supply Chains and
Logistics

* Explain how the processes of
transportation economics play a major
role in transportation decisions of the
organization.

2 Customer Accommodation,
Procurement and Manufacturing

* What is the impact of strategic
considerations related to customer
accommodation, procurement and
manufacturing on logistical
requirements.

3 Information Technology
and Integrated Operations Planning

* Identify value opportunities for
organizations with a rational ERP
implementation.

4 Inventory and Transportation
Infrastructure

* Determine best practices for inventory
control decisions.

5 Transportation Operations,
Warehousing, Packaging and
Materials Handling

* Define how reverse logistics can
benefit a company.
* Discuss international and domestic
terms of sale.

6 Global Supply Chains, Network
Design and Operational Planning

* Describe how customer service can
improve within a supply chain operation.

7 Relationship Development and
Management;
Operational and Financial
Performance Measurement and
Supply Chain Risk

* Explain why dependency is a primary
driver of supply chain solidarity.
* Describe how benchmarking can be a
critical aspect of performance
management.
* Describe the implications of a supply
chain strategy focus on managing risk.

8 * Discuss wholesale and retail
transportation economics.

Course
 Delivery
 Method
 

This
 course
 delivered
 via
 distance
 learning
 will
 enable
 students
 to
 complete
 academic
 work
 in
 a
 
flexible
 manner,
 completely
 online.
 Course
 materials
 and
 access
 to
 an
 online
 learning
 
management
 system
 will
 be
 made
 available
 to
 each
 student.
 Online
 assignments
 are
 due
 by
 
Sunday
 evening
 of
 the
 week
 as
 noted
 and
 include
 Discussion
 questions
 (accomplished
 in
 
groups
 through
 a
 threaded
 discussion),
 examination,
 and
 individual
 assignments
 submitted
 for
 
review
 by
 the
 Faculty
 Member).
 Assigned
 faculty
 will
 support
 the
 students
 throughout
 this
 
eight-week
 course.
 

Policies

Please
 see
 the
 Student
 Handbook
 to
 reference
 all
 University
 policies.
 Quick
 links
 to
 frequently
 
asked
 question
 about
 policies
 are
 listed
 below.
 

Drop/Withdrawal
 Policy
 
Plagiarism
 Policy
 
Extension
 Process
 and
 Policy
 
Disability
 Accommodations
 

Grading
 Scale
 
Please
 see
 the
 Student
 Handbook
 to
 reference
 the
 University’s
 grading
 scale.
 

Citation
 and
 Reference
 Style
 
Attention
 Please:
 Students
 will
 follow
 the
 APA
 Format
 as
 the
 sole
 citation
 and
 reference
 style
 
used
 in
 written
 work
 submitted
 as
 part
 of
 coursework
 to
 the
 University.
 Assignments
 
completed
 in
 a
 narrative
 essay
 or
 composition
 format
 must
 follow
 the
 citation
 style
 cited
 in
 the
 
APA
 Format.
 

Netiquette
 
Online
 universities
 promote
 the
 advancement
 of
 knowledge
 through
 positive
 and
 constructive
 
debate
 –
 both
 inside
 and
 outside
 the
 classroom.
 Discussions
 on
 the
 Internet,
 however,
 can
 
occasionally
 degenerate
 into
 needless
 insults
 and
 “flaming.”
 Such
 activity
 and
 the
 loss
 of
 good
 
manners
 are
 not
 acceptable
 in
 a
 university
 setting
 –
 basic
 academic
 rules
 of
 good
 behavior
 and
 
proper
 “Netiquette”
 must
 persist.
 
 Remember
 that
 you
 are
 in
 a
 place
 for
 the
 rewards
 and
 

https://www.apus.edu/student-handbook/your-academic-success/how-to-drop-your-course/index.html

https://www.apus.edu/student-handbook/university-policies-and-honor-code/academic-dishonesty.html

https://www.apus.edu/student-handbook/your-academic-success/how-to-get-an-extension-on-your-course/index.html

https://www.apus.edu/student-handbook/about-apus/disability-accommodations.html

excitement
 of
 learning
 which
 does
 not
 include
 descent
 to
 personal
 attacks
 or
 student
 attempts
 
to
 stifle
 the
 Discussion
 of
 others.
 
 
 
 

• Humor
 Note:
 Despite
 the
 best
 of
 intentions,
 jokes
 and
 especially
 satire
 can
 easily
 get
 lost
or
 taken
 seriously.
 If
 you
 feel
 the
 need
 for
 humor,
 you
 may
 wish
 to
 add
 “emoticons”
 to
help
 alert
 your
 readers:
 
 ;o ),
 :
 ),
 
 J

Disclaimer
 Statement
 
Course
 content
 may
 vary
 from
 the
 outline
 to
 meet
 the
 needs
 of
 this
 particular
 group.
 

Academic
 Services
 

The
 Online
 Library
 is
 available
 to
 enrolled
 students
 and
 faculty
 from
 inside
 the
 electronic
 
campus.
 This
 is
 your
 starting
 point
 for
 access
 to
 online
 books,
 subscription
 periodicals,
 and
 Web
 
resources
 that
 are
 designed
 to
 support
 your
 classes
 and
 generally
 not
 available
 through
 search
 
engines
 on
 the
 open
 Web.
 In
 addition,
 the
 Online
 Library
 provides
 access
 to
 special
 learning
 
resources,
 which
 the
 University
 has
 contracted
 to
 assist
 with
 your
 studies.
 Questions
 can
 be
 
directed
 to
 librarian@apus.edu.
 
 

• Charles
 Town
 Library
 and
 Inter
 Library
 Loan:
 The
 University
 maintains
 a
 special
 library
with
 a
 limited
 number
 of
 supporting
 volumes,
 collection
 of
 our
 professors’
 publication,
and
 services
 to
 search
 and
 borrow
 research
 books
 and
 articles
 from
 other
 libraries.

• Electronic
 Books:
 You
 can
 use
 the
 online
 library
 to
 uncover
 and
 download
 over
 50,000
titles,
 which
 have
 been
 scanned
 and
 made
 available
 in
 electronic
 format.

• Electronic
 Journals:
 The
 University
 provides
 access
 to
 over
 12,000
 journals,
 which
 are
available
 in
 electronic
 form
 and
 only
 through
 limited
 subscription
 services.

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 tutoring
 provided
 by
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 your
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• Disability
 Accommodations: Students
 are
 encouraged
 email
 dsa@apus.edu
 to
 discuss
potential
 academic
 accommodations
 and
 begin
 the
 review
 process.

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 of
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 sites
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 tailored
 for
 
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 APUS:
 

 

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 and
 methodological
 resources
 to
 help
 launch
 
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 research
 in
 the
 degree
 program.
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 locate,
 search
 by
 department
 name,
 or
 
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 by
 school.
 

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 Lib-­‐Guides
 narrow
 the
 focus
 to
 relevant
 resources
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 the
 corresponding
 
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 code
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 name.
 

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 need
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 available
 yet,
 please
 email
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 Library:
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