Emphasis in Logistics, Trade and Transportation- WTD

WTD students can pursue an emphasis in Logistics, Trade and Transportation (LTT) by completing 9 credit hours of any combination of the following courses:

(Students must have the permission of their advisor.)

Course ID
Course Name
Credit Hours
Schedule of Offerings
Delivery Format
Spring
Summer
Fall
IET
570
Logistics Transportation Systems
3


*

 

  
Online
IET
671
Supply Chain Modeling & Analysis
3
*  
Online
ED
748
Globalization and Economic Development
3
*  
Hybrid
IET
514
Engineering Project Management
3
 * 
Online
IET
672
Global Supply Chain Management
3
 * 
Online
AEC 692Special Problems - Panama Study Abroad
6
 10 days
May/June
 
Abroad
IET
571
Logistics Distribution Systems
3
  *
Online
IET
670
Supply Chain Design & Management
3
  *
Online

  

Course Descriptions:

IET 514. Engineering Project Management. 3 hrs. The strategic and tactical elements of engineering project management.

IET 570. Logistics Transportation Systems. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: IET 370. Analysis, design, and implementation of domestic and international transportation systems of people, processes, and technology.

IET 571. Logistics Distribution Systems. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: IET 370. The analysis, design, and implementation of distribution systems of people, processes, and technology

IET 670. Supply Chain Design and Management. 3 hrs. Prerequisites: IET 570 and IET 571. Designing and managing supply chain functions in a typical logistics environment.

IET 671. Supply Chain Modeling and Analysis. 3 hrs. Prerequisites: IET 570 and IET 571. The design and operation of contemporary supply chains, with a special emphasis of modeling and analysis

IET 672. Global Supply Chain Management. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: IET 370. Relationships between supply chain entities and global issues which influence the management of those relationships.

 

For Further Information contact:

Dr. Heather Annulis
Program Director, Dept. Human Capital
The University of Southern Mississippi
E-mail: heather.annulis@usm.edu
Phone: 228.214.3517