Study Supply Chain and Logistics Management at RMIT Online

Study Supply Chain and Logistics Management at RMIT Online

Have you ever thought about strengthening your work experience with a Masters degree?

With the rise of digital technologies, such as omni-channels in retail logistics, 3D printing and the increased availability of data and information, it is essential that professionals within the transport and logistics sector keep up-to-speed with transforming supply chain management operations and practices.

You only need to look as far as global companies like Amazon, Zara or Walmart to notice that they rely on an advanced supply chain operation to stay competitive.

RMIT’s globally recognised online Master of Supply Chain and Logistics Management program is designed with these contemporary challenges in mind – where you’ll begin to integrate complex theories into practice and develop the ability to solve real-life logistics problems. This program will also enable you to upskill and expand the currency of your knowledge in the field.

Home to one of the longest-standing and largest supply chain and logistics management departments in Australia, RMIT and its leading academics have a wealth of industry experience and deliver a world-class education that will further bolster your expertise.

So, what are the benefits of online postgraduate study?

  • Study 100 per cent online, with no on-campus commitments
  • Learn anywhere, anytime on any device through an interactive learning platform
  • Six teaching periods per year, focusing on one course at a time
  • Study part-time, work full-time – apply knowledge immediately in the workplace
  • Alternate entry into the Graduate Certificate
  • Government FEE-HELP available to eligible students

This Masters degree is also certified by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Australia (CILTA), with students and graduates eligible for membership.

How will a degree advance my career opportunities?

This program covers all aspects of supply chain and logistics management required to bring a product to market, including the procurement and supply of goods and services and the design and management of supply chains on a global scale. By studying the online Master of Supply Chain and Logistics Management at RMIT, you’re gaining real world-skills that are applicable immediately in your current role and will also ensure you are more marketable to recruiters, hiring managers and a range of organisations in the future.

Learn more about our online Master of Supply Chain and Logistics Management.

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