Integrated Logistics is a comprehensive, senior-level course that explores how integration is crucial to sound logistics operations within successful and sustainable organizations. It helps learners create efficient, silo-free logistics systems and decision-making environments, integrating all activities involved in the cost-effective and uninterrupted movement of materials and information from their source to the point-of-consumption.
Leveraging all of CITT’s other technical courses, this practical, systems-oriented course is valued by transportation professionals, practicing or aspiring logistics and supply chain managers and other professionals involved in the procurement, flow or management of goods.
Prerequisites: Transportation Systems and Logistics Processes
Note: We recommend that students take Integrated Logistics as their final course in the CCLP program of study.
Taking this course last helps to integrate all technical concepts.
Integrated Logistics helps professionals design (or redesign) responsive, integrated systems within cross-functional supply chain and logistics environments to deliver maximum value to all stakeholders while minimizing exposure to service interruptions.
Rated "MOST VALUED CITT course" by the majority of recent CITT-Certified Logistics Professionals.
The course fee for Integrated Logistics is $800 plus applicable tax.
There is an additional International Fee of $125 plus 5% GST per course for students taking the course from outside Canada. There are no refunds issued for courses taken directly through CITT once your registration and payment has been received and processed.
Please note: This only applies to courses taken directly through CITT. Fees for CITT courses taken through our partner educational institutions are set by those institutions.
A textbook, Supply Chain Management: A Logistics Perspective (11th Edition), is required for this course. The cost of this textbook is not included in the course fee. Although CITT cannot provide you with this textbook directly, students can source the hardcover online through Nelson Education.
Follow this link to purchase: Nelson Brain
Students will need to register for the Nelson Brain website before purchasing. You will want to select “Canada” for your timezone. When trying to find your school/company/institution select “Association or Company”, “Ontario” and “Toronto” and you will see “Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation” within the list.
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Please note: This only applies to courses taken directly through CITT. Textbook fees for CITT courses taken through our partner educational institutions are set by those institutions.
On average, students tell us that Integrated Logistics requires a commitment of 5-9 hours a week to complete the readings and assignments, participate in discussions, and prepare for the final examination.
The majority of the course work marks for Integrated Logistics come from the two business case study reports, which are each worth 20% of the final course mark.
Similar to the structure of the formal reports in Transportation Systems and Logistics Processes, learners are challenged to analyze the scenario provided, and apply the skills and knowledge gained throughout the course to prepare a detailed 3,500 word report including a high-level executive summary. The two case studies are interconnected and progressive, with the information developed in the first case study necessary to complete the second case study.
Online group discussions engage students in reflection, dialogue and debate around the weekly topic, challenge students to apply the course material in real world business scenarios, and enable students to learn from their classmates and facilitator in addition to the course materials.
Online group discussion marks are based on the quality, quantity and timeliness of responses in the discussions. In general, students are expected to contribute 3-4 high-level comments throughout each week.
Highest marks are given for comments that:
The final exam for Integrated Logistics is held online, is 2.5 hours long, and is open-book. The exam is made up of a minimum of five questions requiring essay-style answers.
The final exam period runs over the course of several days at the end of the semester. You can choose any (continuous) 2.5 hour window of time to begin & complete your exam during the exam period. Once exam period dates have been set for each semester they are available on the Key Dates page.
This exam requires access to a computer with a reliable internet connection. In order to reduce the chances of technical issues, learners should use the Firefox web browser.
Grades are reported as Honours, Pass, or Fail. To obtain a Pass, learners must obtain a minimum grade of 50%. To achieve Honours, learners must earn a total grade of 80% or higher.
The final grade is based on both term work and the final examination, as follows:
Approximately one month after the final exam, you will receive your final mark from CITT.
Learners have the option of completing online group discussions, the business case reports and answering exam questions in French if they desire. A French copy of the formal report case is available upon request.
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