Postgraduate Coursework

Degrees | External  Students | Orientation | Units of Study | Contacts


Why study at ITLS?

Our courses expose students to cutting-edge research and the latest industry developments, both nationally and internationally. Presented by world-leading academics and industry experts our courses provide graduates with a rigorous understanding of core management skills across transport planning, logistics and supply chain, infrastructure, ports and maritime logistics and aviation. Our highest performing students have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through industry/work placement programs, including the Graduate Work Placement Program, ensuring they are industry-ready upon graduation.

Employed around the world, from China to Columbia, Norway to Tanzania, our graduates maintain a strong, and growing, alumni network. Whether their role is with a consultancy, investment bank, government agency, or multinational company, wherever our graduates are found, they are shaping the way people live by participating in decisions that enhance the prosperity, liveability and connectedness of our global society.   

Degrees

Master of Logistics Management

Graduate Diploma in Logistics Management
Graduate Certificate in Logistics Management

Master of Transport Management

Graduate Diploma in Transport Management
Graduate Certificate in Transport Management

Master of Commerce

Aviation and Maritime Management and Logistics
Infrastructure and Transport Management
Logistics and Supply Chain Management

External students (non-award/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

Orientation

Every semester ITLS invites its new students to attend an orientation day. Whether students are taking one elective unit of study at ITLS, or a full specialisation or degree, the orientation provides valuable guidance on what new students can expect at ITLS and will help to ensure that their studies are both enjoyable and successful. It is also a great opportunity for new students to meet ITLS staff and their fellow students. The program includes tips on preparing assignments, using the web as a research tool and using the library’s resources, as well as an overview of the units of study on offer at ITLS, an introduction to the Graduate Work Placement Program, and an opportunity to hear from ITLS graduates and to ask questions to lecturers in an open Q&A session. An informal pizza lunch is provided for students and staff. New students are emailed the details for each orientation to their University email address and a notice is posted on the home page of the ITLS website. 

Units of study

Intensive January/February 

Course
(Description)
Title (Outline) Classes Coordinator
ITLS6107 GIS for Transport & Logistics Weekdays Dr Adrian Ellison
Dr Richard Ellison
ITLS6301 Ports Management Weekdays Professor Michael Bell

Semester 1 (March to June)

Course
(Description)
Title (Latest Outline) Classes Coordinator
ITLS5000 Foundations of Supply Chain Management Afternoons or Evenings Alan Win
ITLS5100 Transport & Infrastructure Foundations Evenings Dr Claudine Moutou
ITLS5200 Quantitative Logistics & Transport Afternoons or Evenings Dr Geoffrey Clifton
ITLS6002 Supply Chain Planning Systems Evenings Dr Andrew Collins
ITLS6003 Contemporary Procurement Evenings Dr Jyotirmoyee Bhattacharjya
ITLS6090 Global Value Chain Networks Evenings Associate Professor Behnam Fahimnia
ITLS6103 Sustainable Transport Policy Evenings Associate Professor Stephen Greaves
ITLS6104 Public Transport Weekdays Professor Corinne Mulley
ITLS6106 Infrastructure Appraisal Evenings Professor Corinne Mulley
ITLS6190 Transport & Infrastructure Systems Weekdays Adjunct Professor John Stanley
ITLS6300 Maritime Management & Logistics Weekdays Professor Michael Bell
ITLS6401 Airport Management Evenings Dr Xiaowen Fu
ITLS6500 Decision Making on Mega Projects Weekends Dr Matthew Beck
ITLS6900 Research Case Study I
Topic List
n/a Dr Andrew Collins
ITLS6901 Research Case Study II
Topic List
n/a Dr Andrew Collins
BUSS6500 Industry Placement Dr Zina O'Leary

Intensive July

Course
(Description)
Title
(Outline)
Classes Coordinator
ITLS6005 Green Operations & Reverse Logistics Weekdays Alan Win
ITLS6105 Traffic & Mobility Management Weekdays Professor Michiel Bliemer

Semester 2 (July to November)

Course
(Description)
Title (Outline) Classes Coordinator
ITLS5000 Foundations of Supply Chain Management Afternoons or Evenings Alan Win
ITLS5100 Transport & Infrastructure Foundations Evenings Dr Claudine Moutou
ITLS5200 Quantitative Logistics & Transport Afternoons or Evenings Dr Geoffrey Clifton
ITLS6004 Warehouse & Inventory Management Evenings Dr Jyotirmoyee Bhattacharjya
ITLS6007 Disaster Relief Operations Weekends Jersey Seipel
ITLS6090 Global Value Chain Networks Evenings Associate Professor Behnam Fahimnia
ITLS6101 Global Freight Logistics Management Evenings Dr Rico Merkert
ITLS6102 Strategic Transport Planning Evenings Professor Michiel Bliemer
ITLS6190 Transport & Infrastructure Systems Weekdays Adjunct Professor John Stanley
ITLS6400 Airline Strategy & Supply Chains Weekdays Dr Rico Merkert
ITLS6403 Cases in Global Transport & Logistics Evenings Dr Xiaowen Fu
ITLS6501 Infrastructure Financing Weekdays Dr Matthew Beck
ITLS6502 Infrastructure Management Case Studies Evenings Dr Andrew Collins
ITLS6900 Research Case Study I
Topic List
n/a Dr Andrew Collins
ITLS6901 Research Case Study II
Topic List
n/a Dr Andrew Collins
BUSS6500 Industry Placement Dr Zina O'Leary

Contacts

If you are a current or prospective student looking for further information on ITLS courses please contact the Business School's Student Information Office.