This innovative program draws on industry expertise, emphasising a strategic approach to Supply Chain Management. Focusing on global best practice and links supply chain with general management, it applies theory to practice based projects and makes extensive use of “real life” case studies. After each intensive week of classes, participants conduct applied investigative studies in an organisation of their choice, often their employer, in order to deliver real and immediate value to their organisations.
The Master of Supply Chain Management is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply. Upon completion of the degree students automatically earn MCIPS status (Member Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply).
An undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline
A minimum of 3 years of documented full time, relevant, professional work experience
Statement of Intent in seeking entry; and
English language proficiency.
The program is designed for current and future managers and leaders working in supply chain management or related functions from a variety of sectors. Students come from retailing, manufacturing, mining, transport, public agencies, defence and primary industry sectors.
Procurement and Logistics (2-6 Feb 2015)
Supply Chain Analysis (2-6 Feb 2015)
Emerging Topics in Supply Chain Management (27 Apr-1 May 2015
Supply Chain Strategy (27 Apr-1 May 2015)
Operations and General Management (3-7 Aug 2015)
Foundations of Supply Management (3-7 Aug 2015)
E-Business and Supply Chain Information (6-10 Oct 2014)
Decision Analysis and Project Management (6-10 Oct 2014)
Managerial Economics (10-14 Aug 2015)
Supply Chain Management Project
Financial and Performance Management (10-14 Nov 2014)
Marketing for Managers (9-13 Feb 201
Graduates of this program are employed in roles such as:
National Logistics and Inventory Manager, Random House Australia
Business Manager, Toll Logistics
Planning and Operations Manager, Adidas Group
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