The Global Logistics specialisation focuses on operations and the logistics function in organisations that source, produce, distribute, and market nationally and internationally. Organisations need a globally focussed and up to date knowledge of the logistics task to maintain their competitive edge, exploit technological change, meet increased customer expectations, address sustainability issues, and be resilient when facing disruptions. This specialisation will provide students with a solid grounding in the concepts, techniques and principles that underpin global logistics management. Graduates build skills in the development of global distribution strategy, sourcing and supplier management, the management of disruption, aviation, maritime and city logistics, and analytical methods.
To achieve a specialisation in Global Logistics within the Master of Commerce or Master of Commerce (Extension), students must complete:
Students completing this specialisation to meet the requirements for the Master of Commerce or as their compulsory specialisation for the Master of Commerce (Extension) would complete a 6 credit point capstone unit from Capstone units of study for their degree in the same subject area as their specialisation.
Students completing this specialisation as their optional second specialisation for the Master of Commerce (Extension) are not required to complete the capstone unit of study for their secondary specialisation.
|Learning outcomes - Global Logistics specialisation
|1. Analyse real global logistics problems and develop innovative strategies to address these focussing on issues of suppliers, organisations, customers and other relevant stakeholders.
|2. Explain advanced principles, theories and applications in global logistics management and their applications in various industry contexts.
|3. Communicate persuasively and professionally to global logistics stakeholders to lead change and influence others.
|4. Integrate multi-disciplinary perspectives within diverse teams to effectively respond to complex issues in managing global logistics operations.
|5. Identify current trends in global logistics and assess their implications for managers, organisations, employees and other stakeholders.
|6. Communicate in written and oral formats, with individual autonomy, accountability and awareness of others.
|7. Apply and evaluate concepts of business ethics and social responsibility in global logistics activities.
For further information regarding study in Logistics and Supply Chain Management in the Commerce coursework programs, please contact the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies.