Logistics & Supply Chain Management - Aungier Street
Course Title: Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
** Please note the previous course code for this programme was TU311 **
What is... Logistics and Supply Chain Management?
Within the current turbulent and volatile business environment organisations are actively restructuring their supply chains and operations to remain competitive. Rapid technological advances, global distribution operations, tighter relationships with fewer suppliers and increased reliance on outsourcing and subcontracting have sharpened the need for advanced logistics and supply chain management capabilities. With sustainability being a primary driver in long-term strategic planning, future leaders are now at a pivotal moment. Future leaders need to develop their skills to utilise advances in technology and incorporate analytics to rethink their practices and transform supply chains.
The Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management will equip graduates with the requisite skills and knowledge to enable organisations, societies, governments and supply chains to manage shocks and disruption and maintain their business continuity and competitiveness. The programme aims to meet the growing need for Logistics and Supply Chain Management experts who can analyse complex information from multiple sources and provide data driven sustainable solutions to complex logistics and supply chain management problems. Delivered over one academic year, the underlying philosophy is to provide a diverse and challenging range of learning experiences in which students explore an appropriate body of knowledge and become future industry leaders.
• Logistics & Supply Chain Management Fundamentals
• Strategic Operations Management
• Research Methodology and Methods
• Supply Chain Simulation and Business Process Modelling
• Design and Management of Logistics Systems
• Project Management
• Strategic Procurement Management
• Sustainable Supply Chains
• Organisational Resilience
• Supply Chain Analytics/Elective (i), (ii), or (iii)
• (i) Maritime Logistics
• (ii) Finance for Decision Making
• (iii) Strategic Marketing+C9
Minimum Entry Requirements?
Level 8, Second Class Honours, lower division (2.2). If English is not your first language you will need to provide evidence of your English language proficiency as detailed on our website. Applicants for this course should have a minimum IELTS (Academic Version) English Proficiency of 6.5 overall and nothing less than 6.0 in any component.
Applications for courses commencing in September 2024 will open in November 2023.
Mode of Study: Full Time
Method of Delivery: On-Campus
3 days per week onsite for lectures. Independent learning 2 days per week.
Commencement Date: September 2024