Master of Supply Chain Management
|Location||Curtin Singapore campus|
|Study mode||Full-time or part-time|
|Intake||February, July, November|
|Duration||1 year full-time (3 trimesters) or part-time equivalent|
Curtin University’s Master of Supply Chain Management was ranked as the top 3 Supply Chain and Logistics program in Australia by the prestigious Eduniversal Masters Ranking in 2019.
This course involves advanced study in management and operation of global business, transportation, physical distribution, procurement, warehousing and inventory.
You will also examine material and inventory management, purchasing, manufacturing, location modelling, retailing and information system linkages for government and private industries on a national and global basis.
You will gain expert, insider knowledge from logistics professionals and undertake real-life practical assignments and case studies.
Your learning will be capped off by an individual research project which you will complete under the guidance of our experienced staff.
A bachelor degree in a relevant discipline from a recognised university.
Minimum English language entry requirements
|IELTS Academic (International English Language Testing System)|
|Overall band score||6.5|
|Per unit fee (25 credits)||S$2,688|
|Total tuition fee||S$32,256|
|Payable over three trimester instalments|
All fees are inclusive of 7% GST. Fees listed are indicative and subject to annual increases.
Graduates generally find employment in management roles within private and public organisations, utilising logistics and supply chain management.
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).
Credits needed to graduate: 300.
Each unit is 25 credits unless stated otherwise.
- Supply Chain Quality Management
- Culture and Ethics in Business
- Strategic Operations Management
- Procurement and Contract Negotiation
- Strategic Supply Chain Management
- Information Systems Dissertation 1 (50 credits)
Units are not necessarily shown in the order studied. Units are subject to change.