Master of Logistics Management (MLogMan)
|Credit Points Required||60|
The Master of Logistics Management has been revised for students commencing from 2012.
The Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies in the University of Sydney Business School is an Australian Key Centre of Excellence and world class research institute with strong industry links and a key role in developing innovative ideas in logistics and supply chain management policy. Our programs focus on management and operations, developing specialist skills in: applying the concepts, techniques and principles that underlie logistics and supply chain management; understanding the relationships between business processes within and between organisations; using systems approaches to solve business problems; and managing the impact of current and future trends in logistics management on business processes.
Minimum duration of degree
Please Note: This information is for students commencing study in their degree from 2012. Continuing students (pre-2012) in the eight unit program (FC037) should refer to the information relating to this course on the Postgraduate Coursework Programs for Continuing Students Only (Discontinued Programs) webpage. Alternatively, students can refer to the handbook for the year they commenced. Archived faculty handbooks can be accessed on the Handbooks website.
To be awarded the Master of Logistics Management, students must successfully complete a total of ten units of study (60 credit points), comprising:
- four core units of study (24 credit points)
- six elective units of study (36 credit points)
- TPTM5001 Logistics and Supply Chain Management (foundation unit for degree)#
- TPTM6115 Organisational Logistics
- TPTM6495 Analysis Tools for Transport and Logistics
- TPTM6170 Value Chain Management (capstone unit for degree)
# Students demonstrating extensive practical experience in the logistics industry may apply to substitute an alternative logistics management unit of study for TPTM5001. Students should send their resume with a covering email outlining their experience to the Postgraduate Coordinator for Logistics Management, Dr Jyotirmoyee Bhattacharjya (email@example.com).
- TPTM6130 Transport and Logistics Strategy
- TPTM6160 Aviation Management and Logistics
- TPTM6180 Geographical Information Systems
- TPTM6190 Logistics Systems
- TPTM6200 Maritime Logistics
- TPTM6210 Reverse Logistics and Closed Loop SCM
- TPTM6222 Railway Planning and Operations
- TPTM6224 Intelligent Transport and Logistic Systems
- TPTM6240 Public Transport Policy and Planning
- TPTM6241 Transport Modes and Systems
- TPTM6260 International Logistics
- TPTM6270 Innovations in Logistics and Supply Chains*
- TPTM6290 Special topic in Supply Chain Management*
- TPTM6310 Project Management in Supply Chains
- TPTM6350 Strategic Transport Modelling
- TPTM6360 Traffic Systems Control and Management
- TPTM6380 Retail Logistics Management
- TPTM6390 Logistics in Humanitarian Aid Projects
- TPTM6400 Strategic and Operational Procurement (new unit for 2013)
- TPTM6425 Collecting, Managing and Assessing Data*
- TPTM6440 International Freight Transportation
- TPTM6450 Transport Policy
- TPTM6470 Sustainable Transport and Logistic Systems
- TPTM6300 Research Project I (Departmental permission required)
- TPTM6330 Research Project II (Departmental permission required)
- BUSS6500 Industry Placement (Departmental permission required)
*Not offered for 2013.
The following table shows an example degree progression for a student enrolled in the Master of Logistics Management on a full-time basis, completing the degree in three semesters.
|Year / Semester||Unit of study 1||Unit of study 2||Unit of study 3||Unit of study 4||Total credit points|
Please Note: The information listed in this program of study example is meant as a guide only. Students should always check the requirements for individual units of study. Students are usually able to complete the units of study for their degree in different sequences to that listed above. You are advised to plan their degree based upon your individual needs and to contact the Student Information Office if you need any assistance in planning your progression in your degree.