Transportation Law focuses on sector-relevant legislation, regulations and contract lawLogistics Courses & Business Education - Specialized Logistics Courses  -  Transportation Law

Transportation Law focuses on sector-relevant legislation, regulations and contract law to limit personal and corporate exposure. It provides precedent-rich insight into how legal and commercial accountabilities are judged in the transportation sector. This helps learners develop a deep understanding of how sector-specific, Canadian legislation is applied and how commercial contracts and claims work across all modes of transportation. With a new ability to decipher the evolving case law that impacts the import, export and domestic transportation of goods, learners will be able to operate in compliance with laws, understand their obligations, exercise due diligence and know when to seek legal counsel.

Transportation Law is a must-have course for anyone who has any accountability for compliance or is involved in the development, execution or fulfillment of contracts.

Prerequisites: Transportation Systems and Logistics Processes
Recommended: Business Law or equivalent

Register now to take Transportation Law online September 3 - November 23, 2019
You can also register by phone, fax or mail

Transportation Law helps professionals identify and introduce the protections necessary to reduce corporate and personal vulnerability to transportation-related administrative, civil and criminal liabilities.

Course grads will be able to:

  • Understand and apply relevant case law and government statutes to ensure their company’s transportation operations are compliant with legal requirements.
  • Minimize or avoid claims by understanding common law and Contracts of Carriage across the specific modes as well as the role and limits of the Bill of Lading.
  • Find and use legal precedent to initiate and strengthen claims against carriers or other third parties.
  • Get the most value from outside legal counsel by being better informed and able to ask the right questions, saving your company time and money.

Nearly 90% found Transportation Law relevant to their job and rated it as "Good" or "Excellent".

“The legislation and regulations are constantly evolving.
So being able to decipher them means that you can maintain your compliance.”

To take Transportation Law online this fall (starting September 3, 2019), register here

Transportation Law Course Fee:

The fee for Transportation Law is $750 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.

Transportation Law Course Materials:

All materials required to complete Transportation Law are accessible online through the course site. There is no textbook required for this course. Access to PDF readings, video lessons and additional references on your course website is included in the course registration fee. 

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.

Transportation Law Course Work and Final Exam:

Course work for Transportation Law includes:

  • Four term assignments (50%)
  • A final, online exam (50%)

On average, students tell us that this course requires a commitment of 6-10 hours a week to complete the readings and assignments, and prepare for the final examination.

Term Assignments – 50% of course mark

All four assignments for Transportation Law are completed and submitted online through the course site. The due dates for the individual assignments will be listed under "Course Schedule" on your course website.

Final Exam – 50% of course mark

The final exam for Transportation Law is held online, is 2.5 hours long, and is open-book. The exam is made up of a minimum of six essay-style questions.

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.

Learning Assessment and Grades

Grades are reported as Honours, Pass, or Fail. To obtain a Pass, learners must earn a grade of 50%. The final grade is based on both term work and the final examination.

The final grade is assessed based on both term work and the final examination, as follows:

  • Four assignments – 50%
  • Final Exam – 50%

Approximately one month after the final exam, you will receive your course results from CITT.

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