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Overview

The Master of Logistics Management is designed for logistics managers working in the private, public and Defence sectors who wish to gain a thorough understanding of logistics concepts and techniques. The program will enable students to learn advanced logistics planning strategies, to design and implement logistics life cycle management, inventory management, project management, contingency forecasting, distribution, and reverse logistics. This program will also enable the development of students' understanding of analytical tools and systems for logistics information flow management including big data analysis and business intelligence techniques.

Campus

Canberra

Study Level

Postgraduate

Typical duration

1 Years

Delivery Mode

Fully online

Intake Period

Semester 1, Semester 2

Academic Calendar

UNSW Canberra Calendar

Minimum Units of Credit

48

Award type

Masters (Coursework)

Award(s)

Master of Logistics Management - MLogMgt

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Program Structure

Students must complete 48 UOC as a standalone program.

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Entry Requirements

Recognition of Achievement

Award with Excellence

Additional Information

Applicants with no tertiary qualifications:  

  • Applicants would require substantiating evidence of prior learning (formal, informal or non-formal) where it can be demonstrated that the applicant has achieved equivalent learning outcomes to a AQF Level 8 qualification in a cognate discipline. This would include documents such as academic records, continuing professional education, professional registration and statements of service from the employer.
  • Applicants under a conditional offer of admission to the MLogMgt program will be required to undertake the course ZBUS8210 Critical Analysis in Business as a precondition of entry to the program. On successful completion of this course, it will be credited to the program for advanced standing.

Program Fees

At UNSW fees are generally charged at course level and therefore dependent upon individual enrolment and other factors such as student's residency status. For generic information on fees and additional expenses of UNSW programs, click on one of the following:

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