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University of North Florida
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Tra 3035 - Foundations of Transportation
Foundations of Transportation Documents

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DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT MARKETING LOGISTICS TERM Spring 2006 COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE CATALOG DESCRIPTION AND PREREQUISITE TRA3035 Monday and Wednesday 7 30 p m 8 45 p m Foundations of Transportation This course examines the development and the significance of transportation economic characteristics of transportation modes and the impact of regulation and deregulation Course includes case analyses and current transportation management theory and practice Prerequisites ECO 2023 ACG 2071 MAN 3025 PROFESSOR Robert Frankel OFFICE Building 42 Room 3141 OFFICE HOURS Monday and Wednesday 2 00 3 00 p m and 4 30 5 30 p m or by appointment TELEPHONE Office 904 620 2780 1346 Home 904 388 8324 Email rfrankel unf edu REQUIRED TEXTS Transportation 6th edition Coyle Bardi and Novack Thompson Southwestern 2006 Other course materials such as assigned articles outside readings assignments etc will be made available in class or on my homepage COURSE CONTENT Course Outline Course Overview Quizzes and Assignment s Preparation Review Transportation the Supply Chain and the Economy Transportation Regulation and Public Policy Motor Carriers Railroads Air Carriers Water Carrier and Pipelines Intermodal and Special Carriers Global Transportation Security Issues Costing and Pricing in Transportation Shipper Process Documentation Information Management and Technology Shipper Strategies Carrier Strategies Weeks 2 5 TOTAL GRADING Quizzes multiple Individual Written Assignments 3 200 pts 175 pts 1 5 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 5 1 0 0 5 1 0 0 5 1 5 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 5 16 0 Class Participation Total 50 pts 425 pts Final grades will be based upon the following point totals which represent the maximum level of points necessary to achieve each grade The instructor reserves the right to adjust the point percentages levels as necessary 93 100 395 425 points A 87 89 370 381 points B 80 82 340 352 points B70 76 297 326 points C 0 59 0 254 points F 90 92 382 394 points A83 86 353 369 points B 77 79 327 339 points C 60



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