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Global Logistics

Specialisation

The Global Logistics specialisation is designed for students who want to develop careers in the fields of logistics and supply chain management, as well as for those currently practising in these areas.

The emphasis is on the operations and logistics functions in companies that source, produce, distribute and market nationally and internationally.

Students are provided with a solid grounding in the concepts, techniques and principles that underlie logistics and supply chain management and discuss these issues from a managerial, practice-oriented perspective.

Graduates develop skills in design and management of global supply chains, production planning and control, sourcing and supplier management, warehouse and inventory management, supply chain risk analysis, and logistics and supply chain implementation challenges facing Australian businesses.

About this specialisation

To meet requirements for the Global Logistics specialisation, you will complete 30 credit points, comprising:

(1) 6 credit points of foundational unit of study for this specialisation:

  • Foundation in Global Logistics

(2) 12 credit points of core units of study for this specialisation:

  • Sustainable Logistics and Procurement
  • Global Distribution Strategy

(3) 12 credit points of degree level selective units of study for this specialisation:

  • Analytic Methods for Logistics
  • Spatial Analytics
  • Managing Supply Chain Disruption
  • Logistics and Future Cities

Graduate opportunities

The Global Logistics specialisation will help students to develop skills in strategic planning, operations and human resources, and the application of analytical tools such as network analysis, inventory and distribution, vehicle routing and scheduling, and development of information systems. Graduates can pursue rewarding careers in diverse fields such as:

  • Supply chain analyst/planner/manager
  • Procurement analyst/manager
  • Logistics planner/manager
  • Sales and operations planner
  • Demand planner
  • Supplier relationship manager
Courses that offer this specialisation

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