Progression guides

The following tables illustrate course progression examples for a student enrolled in the Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management, the Graduate Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management or the Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

Please Note: The information listed in these examples is based on the unit of study offerings for the current year and is intended as a guide only. Students are usually able to complete the units of study in different sequences to those listed (including enrolling in units in summer or winter intensive sessions when available). Students are advised to plan their course based upon their individual needs.

(1) Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management

(i) Full-time study

The following table illustrates a degree progression example for a student enrolled in the Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management on a full-time basis (four units per session) completing in three semesters.

For details of the units for this course, please refer to Table A for the Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

Please Note. In this example core/capstone units are indicated in "bold" type.

 

SESSION

UNITS OF STUDY

CREDIT POINTS

1st semester of study

ITLS5020 Production and Operations Management

ITLS5050 Introductory Supply Chain Analysis

ITLS6201 Global Distribution Strategy

ITLS6202 Sustainable Logistics and Procurement

24

2nd semester of study

ITLS6002 Supply Chain Planning and Design

ITLS6010 Logistics and Supply Chain Management Systems

elective

elective

24

3rd semester of study

ITLS6090 Logistics and Supply Chain Project (capstone)

elective 12
  60
(ii) Part-time study

The following table illustrates a degree progression example for a student enrolled in the Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management on a part-time basis (two units per session) completing in five semesters.

For details of the units for this course, please refer to Table A for the Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

Please Note. In this example core/capstone units are indicated in "bold" type.

 

SESSION

UNITS OF STUDY

CREDIT POINTS

1st semester of study

ITLS5020 Production and Operations Management

ITLS5050 Introductory Supply Chain Analysis

12

2nd semester of study

ITLS6201 Global Distribution Strategy

ITLS6202 Sustainable Logistics and Procurement

12

3rd semester of study

ITLS6002 Supply Chain Planning and Design 

ITLS6010 Logistics and Supply Chain Management Systems 12

4th semester of study

elective

elective 12

5th semester of study

ITLS6090 Logistics and Supply Chain Project (capstone)

elective 12
  60

(2) Graduate Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

(i) Full-time study

The following table illustrates a course progression example for a student enrolled in the Graduate Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management on a full-time basis completing in two semesters.

For details of the units for this course, please refer to Table A for the Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

Please Note. In this example core units are indicated in "bold" type.

 

SESSION

UNITS OF STUDY

CREDIT POINTS

1st semester of study

ITLS5020 Production and Operations Management

ITLS5050 Introductory Supply Chain Analysis

ITLS6201 Global Distribution Strategy

ITLS6202 Sustainable Logistics and Procurement

24

2nd semester of study

elective

elective

12
  36
(ii) Part-time study

The following table illustrates a course progression example for a student enrolled in the Graduate Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management on a part-time basis completing in three semesters.

For details of the units for this course, please refer to Table A for the Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

Please Note. In this example core units are indicated in "bold" type.

 

SESSION

UNITS OF STUDY

CREDIT POINTS

1st semester of study

ITLS5020 Production and Operations Management

ITLS5050 Introductory Supply Chain Analysis

12

2nd semester of study

ITLS6201 Global Distribution Strategy

ITLS6202 Sustainable Logistics and Procurement

12

3rd semester of study

elective

elective

12
  36

(3) Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

(i) Full-time study

The following table illustrates a course progression example for a student enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management on a full-time basis completing in one semester.

For details of the units for this course, please refer to Table A for the Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

Please Note. In this example core units are indicated in "bold" type.

 

SESSION

UNITS OF STUDY

CREDIT POINTS

1st semester of study

ITLS5020 Production and Operations Management

ITLS5050 Introductory Supply Chain Analysis

ITLS6201 Global Distribution Strategy

ITLS6202 Sustainable Logistics and Procurement

24
  24
(ii) Part-time study

The following table illustrates a course progression example for a student enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management on a part-time basis completing in two semesters.

For details of the units for this course, please refer to Table A for the Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

Please Note. In this example core units are indicated in "bold" type.

 

SESSION

UNITS OF STUDY

CREDIT POINTS

1st semester of study

ITLS5020 Production and Operations Management

ITLS5050 Introductory Supply Chain Analysis

12

2nd semester of study

ITLS6201 Global Distribution Strategy

ITLS6202 Sustainable Logistics and Procurement

12
  24