Why study the Master of Supply Chain Management with UTS Online?

Tailor your degree to suit your career goals with a diverse range of electives across business, leadership and analytics

Contemporary curriculum informed by the latest global trends in supply chain

Co-developed with industry practitioners to provide relevant and practical skills in demand by employers

Practice-based online learning combining the latest theory and analytical techniques with interactive course material and live case studies

Career outcomes

12.9%

The projected growth for Supply Chain Managers by 2032.
(Burning Glass Technologies, 2022)


130k

The average salary for Supply Chain/Logistics Managers (SEEK, 2022). According to Burning Glass Technologies, there is a salary premium for professionals with skills in logistics management, leadership and process improvement.


Studying UTS Online’s Master of Supply Chain Management may lead to roles such as:  

  • Operations Coordinator 
  • Operations Lead 
  • Operations Manager 
  • Production Manager 
  • Transport Manager 
  • Logistics Manager

Become a supply chain specialist of tomorrow

With an online Master of Supply Chain Management from UTS, you can become the critical link the connects people, planet and profit. 

  • Broaden and diversify your skillset through electives spanning business, leadership and analytics 
  • Be part of an emerging workforce that’s transforming future supply chains through data analytics and innovative technologies such as AI, Industry 4.0 and cloud computing 
  • Gain insight into the latest approaches and best practice in supply chain management with industry-led course material and case studies 
  • Learn from academics at the leading edge of supply chain research and innovation 
  • Translate theory into practice by applying the skills you learn to a real-world project

Learning outcomes

Upon successful completion of the Master of Supply Chain Management, you will develop skills through the following learning outcomes:

Critical thinking and analysis
Learn to apply critical thinking and advanced analytical skills to identify opportunities and innovative solutions that respond to community and business needs within a supply chain management context. 

Stakeholder management
Have the ability to employ interpersonal and stakeholder management skills and communication strategies to effectively engage and influence diverse stakeholders at multiple levels. 

Ethical principles 
Evaluate and apply principles of law, ethics, and sustainability, and knowledge of Indigenous contexts as supply chain managers to make informed, positive decisions with and for Indigenous communities, and build resilient supply chains for sustainable and inclusive growth.

Diverse technical and commercial capability
Develop advanced knowledge of complex supply chain management concepts with technical and commercial capabilities to lead professional practice effectively in operations and supply chain management. 

To learn more about how these learning outcomes can help you advance your career, get in touch with our Student Enrolment Advisors.

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Who is this course for?

The UTS Online Master of Supply Chain Management is suitable for those who wish to:

  • Expand their career opportunities within their organisation 
  • Move into a diverse and versatile career in supply chain management 
  • Advance their technical, analytical and managerial capabilities to drive strategic and innovative solutions in supply chains 
  • Learn how to build resilient, sustainable and inclusive supply chains that enable positive business outcomes 
  • Prepare themselves to address supply chain disruptions in the context of their workplace 
  • Harness digital and emerging technologies to innovate and optimise supply chains 
  • Leverage their existing skillset in a new capacity

See entry requirements under course information for more eligibility information.

What you will study

The Master of Supply Chain Management comprises 12 online subjects (72 credit points (CP) in total).

Core subjects

Complete the following 7 subjects (42CP): 

  • Business Operations Principles 
  • Strategic Supply Chain Management 
  • Service Supply Chain Design and Innovation 
  • Big Data, AI and cloud computing in Supply Chain Management 
  • Strategic and Sustainable Sourcing 
  • Logistics Network Analytics 
  • Supply Chain Management Capstone 

Elective subjects (Part 1):
Complete 3 subjects (18CP) from the following: 

  • Supply Chain Risk and Disruption Management 
  • Problem Solving in Business Operations using Technologies 
  • Data Driven Decision Making 
  • Monitor, Measure and Evaluate Supply Chain Performance 
  • Operational Procurement and Contract Administration 
  • Global Logistics & Distribution 
Elective subjects (Part 1)

Complete 3 subjects (18CP) from the following: 

  • Supply Chain Risk and Disruption Management 
  • Problem Solving in Business Operations using Technologies 
  • Data Driven Decision Making 
  • Monitor, Measure and Evaluate Supply Chain Performance 
  • Operational Procurement and Contract Administration 
  • Global Logistics & Distribution 
Elective subjects (Part 2)

Complete 2 subjects (12CP) from the following: 

  • Any uncompleted elective subjects from Part 1
  • MBA subjects*
  • Master of Business Analytics subjects*
  • Master of Education (Learning and Leadership) subjects*
  • Master of Technology Management subjects*

Students who complete four specific subjects (24 CP) from the Master of Supply Chain Management may be eligible to exit with a Graduate Certificate in Operations and Supply Chain Management.

*Students will select from a pre-determined list of electives based on subject availability. To find out more, speak to an enrolment advisor.


 

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Course information

Entry requirements

Applicants must demonstrate satisfactory*  completion  of a Bachelor  degree, or an equivalent or higher  qualification.

*Satisfactory completion is defined as more than 75% of all subjects completed at pass level (conceded pass not included).

Eligibility for admission does not guarantee offer of a place.

Note:  Applicants who do not meet the entry requirements for the master’s course may use the successful completion of the Graduate Certificate in Operations and Supply Chain Management as a pathway, provided they meet the specific entry requirements for that course. 

 

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English language requirements

Local applicants with international qualifications must satisfy English language requirements with an IELTS overall score of 6.5 with a writing score of 6.0.

For applicants without an Academic IELTS score, refer to the UTS Register of English Language Requirements Proficiency for other methods of satisfying the English Language requirements for the course/s.

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Graduate Diploma
All units from the Graduate Certificate + 4 Diploma units or continue studying

The Graduate Diploma focuses on giving you the foundational skills that industry demands plus the soft skills to influence business decisions at senior management levels. 

The fast-tracked model means you can graduate with a diploma in just over a year, plus it gives you a pathway to study the Master of Business Analytics. 

FEE-HELP

To assist with all or some of your tuition fees, FEE-HELP is available for eligible students. This government-supported loan scheme is designed to help eligible full-fee paying students pay their tuition fees.

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Masters
All units from the Graduate Certificate + 4 Diploma units or continue studying

The Graduate Diploma focuses on giving you the foundational skills that industry demands plus the soft skills to influence business decisions at senior management levels. 

The fast-tracked model means you can graduate with a diploma in just over a year, plus it gives you a pathway to study the Master of Business Analytics. 

Upcoming intakes

UTS Online courses have six intakes per year.
The diagram below shows all upcoming intakes, with the next intake highlighted in blue.

  • JAN 2023
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  • OCT 2023