Teaching is provided through a variety of learning points to industry. These include delivery through case studies, mixing with visiting speakers and alumni, internship and capstone application subjects, and, of course, through the practical workplace assignments that are applied field studies in themselves.
"The Master of Supply Chain Management balances leading-edge knowledge with practical applications. Delivered in an intensive week of classes every three months followed by field work assessments, the program enables you to apply learnings immediately to your organisation."
"Our program is squarely focused on industry practices, and covers the latest SCM analytical approaches. Recent case studies of success and failures are discussed in most subjects and industry-based guest speakers provide in-depth perspectives of contemporary practices in a wide range of industry sectors."
"As a busy professional, it was the structure that attracted me towards the program over the other programs. The intensive week format is very convenient and does not require me to commit to weekly classes, which can be difficult given my busy lifestyle. Being able to do assignments in my own time was also a tremendous plus."
"The reputation of Melbourne Business School and the intensive mode of delivery were major attractions for me. Studying the Master of Supply Chain Management degree, it is common to have students in the class working for global organsiations for Asia, SouthAmerica, Europe and the Middle East. The open discussions give you a true global perspective on the topic being studied."