Catalog 2016-2017 
    
    Apr 24, 2018  
Catalog 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

TLM 302 Airline, Airport, and Seaport Management

5 credits
This course provides an overview of airline economic structure, government regulation, and strategies and management functions, including pricing and revenue management. Airport and seaport management issues and challenges are discussed, and critical interface with private sector intermediaries and government regulatory agencies that facilitate and affect operations are examined.

Prerequisites: TLM 301 ECON 310 , and admission to the BASTLM program.

Quarters Offered: Spring

Student Outcomes/Competencies:
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:

  • Explain the characteristics and strategic management issues in the domestic airline industry
  • Explore the history and growth of seaports and airports in the United States
  • Identify and explain the various functions performed by an airport manager
  • Evaluate the organizations, jobs, and equipment that contribute to the operation of an airport and seaport
  • Examine the flow of materials, people, baggage, and cargo through modern airports and seaports
  • Compare and contrast the regulatory bodies, associations, policies, procedures, and laws that impact airport and seaport operations, including security aspect
  • Analyze the role of airports and seaports in global trade and  economic development