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Master of Supply Chain Management

    • CRICOS Code: 080339K

    Where will this take me?

    Overview

    Employment Prospects

    Good supply chain management is becoming increasingly vital to employer profitability and customer satisfaction. With strong demand for trained professionals*, this degree offers advanced knowledge in key functional and business areas.

    *joboutlook.gov.au

    Practical Skills

    You will leave the degree with a number of essential skills, including:

    • Knowledge of all aspects of the supply of goods and services, including procurement, transformation operations and transport/ distribution including the management of information in these areas
    • Ability to apply technical and communication skills to design, evaluate, implement, analyse, theorise about developments that contribute to high levels of supply chain performance outcomes
    • Ability to effectively apply knowledge of research principles and methods of supply chain analysis and business decision analysis
    • Cognitive, technical and creative skills to investigate, analyse and synthesise complex information, problems, concepts and theories and to apply theories of SCM to different contextual problems in supply chains and their business applications

    Melbourne Business School students are also offered the opportunity to develop their employability skills through our Skills Workshops.

    Alumni Testimonial

    Scott Barrett
    Scott Barrett
    Business Development Manager, Coles

    Scott Barrett

    "The assignments in this program gave me an opportunity to conduct in-depth analysis of my business unit. A career in Supply Chain is the end-to-end effort to review and improve all business elements to unlock value. In this global/online marketplace, Australian businesses will rely more heavily on the Supply Chain to deliver value to their customers."

    student Profile

    Melody Wang