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Master of Supply Chain Management (Professional)

- MC-SCMGT Master of Supply Chain Management (Professional)
Location Curtin Singapore campus
Study method On-campus
Study mode Full-time or part-time
Intake February, July, November
Duration 8 months full-time (2 trimesters) or part-time equivalent

Gain expert skills to advance your career in logistics and supply chain management.

This course is designed for logistics and supply chain specialists. You will significantly expand your professional skills and gain in-depth knowledge of current and emerging issues in supply chain management (SCM).

Key areas of study include logistics, operations and supply chain management; transportation and physical distribution; procurement; production; warehousing and inventory.

You will look at supply chain analytics, quality assurance and management and explore new ways of addressing current industry challenges.

You will explore ethical, responsible, and sustainable approaches to SCM as well as the role of digitalisation and innovative technologies.

As part of the course, you can pursue an advanced research project in areas such as emerging technologies, e-commerce, sustainability, digitalisation, disaster responses, public procurement and the circular economy, among others.

Take your career to the next level with an advanced understanding of the latest SCM practices.

What you’ll learn

  • Evaluate and apply appropriate Logistics, Distribution, Operations, Procurement and Supply Chain Management principles and practices in a private, public, and not for profit sector environment to ensure effective, efficient, ethical and seamless supply chain operations and relationships.
  • Critically analyse, assess, research and apply new technologies and collaborative methodologies through design and implementation of logistics and supply chain management theory.
  • Effectively communicate and demonstrate knowledge and mastery of logistics and supply chain management with respect to policy, processes, relationships, strategies and procedures to all stakeholders within and external to the organisation.
  • Deliver sustainable competitive advantage in relation to business practice through the application of best practice logistics and supply chain management principles, tools, techniques, and strategies.
  • Apply 21st century logistics, distribution, procurement, and supply chain management theory to develop, implement and manage ethically, environmentally and socially responsive and integrated supply chain relationships that contribute strategically to achievement of the aims of the organisation.
  • Demonstrate best practice professional skills to ensure sustainable accountability, responsibility, inclusivity, ethics and integrity regarding client relationship management, confidentiality, safety, and security for internal and external stakeholders of the organisation and its supply network.

Admission criteria

  • A bachelor degree in a related discipline from a recognised tertiary institution and 3-5 years’ relevant work experience.
  • A Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management is recommended for students without work experience, which will serve as a pathway into the Master of Supply Chain Management (Professional).

Minimum English language entry requirements

IELTS Academic (International English Language Testing System)    
Overall band score6.5

Other notes

View the full list of entry requirements.


Tuition feeFee before 9% GSTFee including 9% GST
Total tuition feeS$23,600S$25,724
Payable over trimester instalments

Fees listed are indicative and subject to annual increases.

View our fees and charges page for full details.

Credit for previous study

If you have previously studied in this field, you are encouraged to contact Curtin Singapore to discuss eligibility for Credit for Recognised Learning (credit for unit exemptions).

Course Structure

Credits needed to graduate: 200.
Each unit is 25 credits unless stated otherwise.

Trimester 1

Trimester 2

Complete 50 credits from the following options

Units are not necessarily shown in the order studied. Units are subject to change.