Logistics Management Education at the School of Business
Australian Catholic University (ACU) is a national public university AND Australia’s outstanding Catholic university. Teaching and researching within the great Catholic intellectual tradition, it is national in its reach, public in its relevance and committed to the common good. The University is recognized and funded by the Commonwealth Government and is open to students and staff of all beliefs. It has six campuses and offers programs in five faculties throughout Australia and overseas.
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The Faculty of Business offers a diverse range of business courses in undergraduate, postgraduate coursework and research degrees. In addition, Doctoral programs are also available. The programs are designed to equip you with the business and leadership skills required for the changing demands of the contemporary business environment.
- Graduate Certificate in Logistics Management (1 year, Part-time, Online): The Graduate Certificate in Logistics Management is designed to provide a strong grounding in the field of logistics and supply chain management, with a particular emphasis on management and operations. Individual units focus on logistics management, international logistics, supply chain management and strategic planning for logistics. The objectives of this course are to enable students to conduct a critical examination of all factors that constitute a supply chain. In addition to studying supply chain concepts, students will also consider the relationship of specific logistics operations to the supply chain, the measurement of logistics performance, and the management of operations in a distribution environment. The course is ideally suited to individuals who have business experience, including management responsibility for aspects of logistics operations and systems.
- Entry Requirements: To be eligible for admission to the course, an applicant must have a Bachelor degree in any discipline; or at least two years’ professional experience in management/leadership positions.