School of Travel Industry Management
TRNS 350 Principles of Transportation (3)
Significance and economic structure of primary modes of transportation. Government promotional and regulatory activities in transportation. Emphasis on managerial issues for transportation carriers serving the United States and Hawai'i.
TRNS 351 Principles of Logistics (3)
Management of logistics systems: inventory control, warehousing, materials management, physical distribution, transportation. Emphasis on Hawai'i's location and unique problems. Pre: one of 350, TIM 364, or BUS 312.
TRNS 353 Air Travel Management (3) Strategic problems-current and future-confronting airport executives; domestic environment in which air transportation functions; methods of analysis and decision-making employed by U.S. air transportation managers. Pre: 350.
TRNS 354 Surface Passenger Transportation Management (3) Management of surface passenger transportation and its relationship to total passenger transportation system. Includes marketing, ownership and financing, operations, regulation and promotion, human resources. Pre: 350.
TRNS 399 Directed Reading and Research (V) Reading and research into problems in transportation. Pre: junior standing or above, a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5, and consent of dean's office and instructor based upon student's written proposal of content and objectives of course program.
TRNS 442 International Transportation (3) International air and marine transportation of goods and people; problems on competing with foreign carriers, international public and private ownership, interface with domestic carriers. Pre: 350 and senior standing.
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