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  • Edith Cowan University

    Solve industrial issues with logic

    Start or step-up your career in logistics. Build up your ability to make decisions in the field, based on the principles and practice of supply chain strategy. Graduates can find work in a range of industries, including airlines, the government, military and more.  

  • University of Tasmania

    High-level logistics expertise in a global business environment

    Thrive in international business and world trade with an elevated approach to logistics and supply chain management. You’ll gain the skills, knowledge, and networks to lift your career to management level. Includes an industry research project.

    Available majors

    • Dissertation Option,  
    • Industry Project Option
  • University of Tasmania

    High level management expertise for the maritime industry

    You’ll examine business principles, like management and finance, to strengthen your decision-making. Dive into commercial ship management, maritime law and policy. Choose your specialisation and steer your career towards logistics, tech, or shipping.

    Available majors

    • Maritime Logistics,  
    • Maritime Technology,  
    • Shipping Operations,  
    • Dissertation option,  
    • Industry Project option
  • Edith Cowan University

    Advance your career in logistics

    Become an expert in logistics, transportation, distribution, operations and production management. This degree allows you to specialise in information systems or cyber security for supply chain and logistics management.  

  • Edith Cowan University

    Deepen your knowledge in logistics

    Carve out the building blocks you’ll use for a successful career in supply chain and logistics management. Start to understand the principles of strategy in the field, particularly in the increasingly challenging global economy.

  • University of Tasmania

    A foundation for future managers in maritime and logistics