Postgraduate Coursework Studies

Why study at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS)?

  • Study in a "top ten most livable city" (Economist Intelligence Unit, 2013)
  • Be taught by world leading academics
  • Learn core skills taught rigorously
  • Choose from a wide range of electives covering all important transport and logistics topics
  • Meet leading experts from the industry
  • Enjoy Sydney's cosmopolitan atmosphere, excellent weather and good food
  • Launch your career with a degree from a world renowned Business School!

Our courses

Our Masters, Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate courses present the latest research and developments in industry (nationally and internationally), and provide the opportunity to focus on one or more of the following areas of management:

Our courses are taught by leading academic experts in these fields, and ensure industry relevance through presentations from industry practitioners, practical case studies and site visits. We offer our best students the opportunity to gain hands on industry experience through an industry placement unit of study and the opportunity to participate in our highly successful Graduate Work Placement Program.

 

Master of Logistics Management 
10 units of study: 7 core, 3 elective; 1.5 years full time

Graduate Diploma in Logistics Management 
6 units of study: 4 core, 2 elective; 1 year full time

Graduate Certificate in Logistics Management 
4 core units of study; 0.5 years full time


Master of Transport Management 
10 units of study: 5 core, 5 elective; 1.5 years full time

(from 2015: 10 units of study: 7 core, 3 elective; 1.5 years full time) 

Graduate Diploma in Transport Management 
6 units of study: 4 core, 2 elective; 1 year full time

Graduate Certificate in Transport Management 
4 core units of study; 0.5 years full time

 

Master of Commerce
16 units of study including one or more specialisation (5 units of study per specialisation); 2 years full time

Specialisations:

Logistics and Supply Chain Management 

Aviation and Maritime Management and Logistics (from 2015)

Infrastructure and Transport Management (from 2015) 

 

All our degrees may also be studied part time. 

 

Note: The Master of Logistics Management or Master of Transport Management can be packaged with the Master of Commerce , such that the student can complete both degrees back-to-back in 2.25 years, with 50% credit being granted in the Master of Commerce (normally 2 years) for the first Master's. A student undertaking the Master of Logistics or Transport Management can apply for a conditional offer for the Master Commerce during their second semester of study and thus be able to seek a visa extension to cover the year of study required to complete the Master of Commerce.

Pre-2014 enrolments

Program planning advice for all students is available from the Business School's Student Information Office. For students enrolled pre-2014, the following links provide guidance on transitional arrangements:

FC067 Master of Logistics Management

FF037 Graduate Diploma in Logistics Management

FG009 Graduate Certificate in Logistics Management

FC068 Master of Transport Management

FF020 Graduate Diploma in Transport Management

FG006 Graduate Certificate in Transport Management

FC069 Master of Logistics Management and Master of Transport Management

For details on transitional arrangements for other programs please click here.

External Students: Non-Award and Cross-Institutional Study

Non-award and cross-institutional study is available to external students who are not seeking an award (degree) from the University and wish to enrol in either a single or several units of study offered by the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies. All our units of study are available to external students.

Enrolment is via online application:

Non-award study | Cross-institutional study

Units of study

Our units of study are available in the following teaching sessions in 2014-15. You can find the description and other details of each unit of study by clicking on the unit title. The link to the unit of study outline will provide you with the outline from the most recent teaching session for that unit. As soon as new unit outlines become available they will be posted below.

2014

Semester 2

Code
Description
Outline
Timetable
ITLS5000 Foundations of Supply Chain Management Semester 2 2014 Details
ITLS5100 Transport & Infrastructure Foundations Semester 2 2014 Details
ITLS5200 Quantitative Logistics & Transport Semester 2 2014 Details
ITLS6001 Value Chain Costing Semester 2 2014 Details
ITLS6090 Global Value Chain Networks Semester 2 2014 Details
ITLS6190 Transport & Infrastructure Systems Semester 2 2014 Details
ITLS6002

Supply Chain Planning Systems

Semester 2 2014 Details
ITLS6004

Warehouse & Inventory Management

Semester 2 2014 Details
ITLS6005

Production, Retail & Reverse Logistics


Details
ITLS6101

Global Freight Logistics Management

Semester 2 2014 Details
ITLS6102

Strategic Transport Planning

Semester 2 2014 Details
ITLS6105

Traffic & Mobility Management

Semester 2 2014 Details
ITLS6400

Airline Strategy & Supply Chains

Semester 2 2014 Details
ITLS6402

Aviation Case Studies & Simulation

Semester 2 2014 Details
ITLS6501

Infrastructure Financing 

Semester 2 2014 Details
ITLS6900 Research Case Study I  |  Topic List pdf Semester 2 2014 n/a
ITLS6901 Research Case Study II Topic List pdf Semester 2 2014 n/a 
BUSS6500 Industry Placement   Details

2015 

Intensive January

Description
Coordinator
Outline
Timetable
ITLS6107 GIS for Transport & Logistics
Dr Adrian Ellison
Dr Richard Ellison
Semester 1 2014
Details tbc

Semester 1

Unit of Study
Coordinator  Outline
Timetable
ITLS5000 Foundations of Supply Chain Management Alan Win Semester 2 2014 Details tbc
ITLS5100 Transport & Infrastructure Foundations Dr Geoffrey Clifton Semester 2 2014 Details tbc
ITLS5200 Quantitative Logistics & Transport Dr Geoffrey Clifton Semester 2 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6001 Value Chain Costing Professor David Walters Semester 2 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6002 Supply Chain Planning Systems Dr Andrew Collins
Semester 2 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6003 Contemporary Procurement Dr Jyotirmoyee Bhattacharjya
Semester 1 2014
Details tbc
ITLS6090  Global Value Chain Networks Professor David Walters Semester 2 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6103 Sustainable Transport Policy Associate Professor Stephen Greaves Semester 1 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6104 Public Transport Professor Corinne Mulley Semester 1 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6106 Infrastructure Appraisal
Professor Corinne Mulley
Details tbc
ITLS6190 Transport & Infrastructure Systems Professor John Stanley
Semester 2 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6300 Maritime Management & Logistics Professor Michael Bell Semester 1 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6301 Ports Management Professor Michael Bell Semester 1 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6401 Airport Management Dr Xiaowen Fu Semester 1 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6500 Decision Making on Mega Projects Dr Matthew Beck  Semester 1 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6900 Research Case Study I  |  Topic List pdf Dr Andrew Collins Semester 1 2014  n/a
ITLS6901 Research Case Study II Topic List pdf Dr Andrew Collins Semester 2 2014 n/a
BUSS6500 Industry Placement
  n/a
 

Intensive July

Description Coordinator Outline Timetable
ITLS6007 Disaster Relief Operations Jersey Seipel Intensive July 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6105 Traffic & Mobility Management Professor Michiel Bliemer
Semester 2 2014

Semester 2 

Code
Description
Outline
Timetable
ITLS5000 Foundations of Supply Chain Management Semester 2 2014 Details tbc
ITLS5100 Transport & Infrastructure Foundations Semester 2 2014 Details tbc
ITLS5200 Quantitative Logistics & Transport Semester 2 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6090 Global Value Chain Networks Semester 2 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6190 Transport & Infrastructure Systems Semester 2 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6004

Warehouse & Inventory Management

Semester 2 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6005

Green Operations & Reverse Logistics


Details tbc
ITLS6101

Global Freight Logistics Management

Semester 2 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6102

Strategic Transport Planning

Semester 2 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6400

Airline Strategy & Supply Chains

Semester 2 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6402
Cases in Global Transport & Logistics
  Details tbc
ITLS6501

Infrastructure Financing 

Semester 2 2014 Details tbc
ITLS6900 Research Case Study I  |  Topic List pdf Semester 2 2014 n/a
ITLS6901 Research Case Study II Topic List pdf Semester 2 2014 n/a 
BUSS6500 Industry Placement   n/a

 

Further information

If you are a current or prospective student looking for further information on the logistics, supply chain and transport management programs please contact the Business School's Student Information Office.