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**Program alert**

this program has been withdrawn. For domestic students this program is available through Open Universities (online).

Aim

This program provides graduates with the ability to apply principles, practice and skills in the areas of logistics and supply chain management for a career in manufacturing, distribution and related industries. It also provides students with the opportunity to develop and apply those skills through the integration and application of knowledge to examine and evaluate case studies.

Content and structure

The Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management consists of 54 units of study comprising of two compulsory courses and nine elective courses.

Professional accreditation

This program is professionally accredited by the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply Australia (CIPSA) to MCIPS standard (Member of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply Australia).

Program Structure
Course nameArea and cat no.UnitsReference
Core
Supply Chain Management GMFET 50434.5Note(s): 1
Cases in Logistics and Supply ChainMFET 50369Note(s): 4
Electives

Electives

Course nameArea and cat no.Units
Total Quality ManagementMFET 50224.5
Operations Management SystemsMFET 50244.5
Engineering Economic AnalysisMFET 50114.5
Enterprise Resource PlanningMFET 50374.5
Integrated Logistics ManagementBUSS 53254.5
Logistics Engineering GMFET 50394.5
Project Planning and Control GMFET 50404.5
Special Topics in Logistics and Supply Chain ManagementMFET 50414.5
Supply Chain Design and ManagementMFET 50424.5
Supply Chain Modelling and Simulation GMFET 50444.5
Managing Sustainable Value ChainsBUSS 53274.5
International Logistics: Global Supply ChainMFET 50494.5
Warehousing and Inventory Management GMFET 50504.5
Logistics and Transport SystemsMFET 50514.5
Procurement and Purchasing Management GMFET 50524.5
Lean Six SigmaMFET 50534.5

 

Rules

Nil

Notes

  1. The courses Supply Chain Management G and Cases in Logistics and Supply Chain are compulsory.
  2. Depending on demand, not all elective courses in the schedule may be offered in any one year.
  3. Subject to market demand, other courses may be selected with the approval of the Program Director.
  4. Students should enrol in the course Cases in Logistics and Supply Chain towards the end of the program.
  5. Credit will not normally be granted for more than one third of the total units of the program.
  6. Courses completed in the Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management may be counted towards the Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management program.
  7. The Graduate Diploma in Professional Practice (Logistics and Supply Chain Management) provides a pathway for subsequent entry to this program and both awards can be completed in two years of full time study or part time equivalent.

Program directors


Dr Yousef Amer