Master of Supply Chain Management
- CRICOS Code: 080339K
- 18 months full time / 3 years part time
- On Campus (Parkville)
- Available to domestic and international students.
- Summer Intake - February, Start Year Intake - March, and Mid Year Intake - July
What is it about?
This innovative program draws on industry expertise, emphasising a strategic approach to supply chain management. The program focuses on global best practice and links supply chain with general management. It applies theory to practice-based projects and makes extensive use of “real life” case studies.
Who is it for?
This program is designed for busy professionals working in procurement and supply chain, or related functions across a variety of sectors. It covers the latest analytical and strategic approaches to give you a solid grounding in real world practices in supply chain management.
Note: The Master of Supply Chain Management is transitioning to a new blended format of online and on-campus intensive subjects from 2021. Melbourne Business School will still be offering the on-campus masters over 2020 with a restricted number of subjects. In order to complete the program and avoid possible visa restrictions, International students are only eligible to commence in February 2020 and will need to complete their final subjects online in 2021. Domestic students are able to commence the degree throughout 2020 and will also be required to take some online subjects in 2021.
If you would like to commence online study now, our Professional Certificate in Supply Chain Management and Graduate Certificate in Business are available. Following completion of either program you may apply for credit into the updated Master of Supply Chain Management. For further queries and to be informed about the program's new structure from 2021 please contact email@example.com
The Master of Supply Chain Management is a Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) accredited degree. CIPS is a United Kingdom based international organisation working for the procurement and supply professions. It promotes good practice and provides services for the benefit of members and the wider business community.
University of Melbourne students currently enrolled in the Master of Supply Chain Management are entitled to a complimentary student membership.
Graduates of the Master of Supply Chain Management who have completed a specified range of subjects and meet CIPS work experience requirements, are eligible to apply to upgrade to full MCIPS membership. Find out more about CIPS Membership.