|1.||Critically reflect on transport regulation and structure, oversee operations and policies, and address challenges in the transport sector;|
|2.||Critically review issues about the management of transport and e-transport to address simple, important, complex, and unpredictable problems;|
|3.||Rationalise cost and performance data and its relationship to the development of transport strategy and future challenges; and|
|4.||Conceptually map and synthesise information from various sources to present a clear, coherent and independent exposition of knowledge in the field of transport and logistics management.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Test||Tests (2 progressive in-class tests at 20% each)||40%|
|Literature Review||Individual Assessment||30%|
|Case Study||Syndicate Assessment||30%|
Transportation: A Global Supply Chain Perspective 8th edn,
Coyle J, Bardi E & Novack R, 2016
South-Western Cenage Learning, Mason Ohio.
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