100% online, intensive study
RMIT pioneered supply chain and logistics management education in Australia and continues to lead through innovative teaching approaches and research.
With an online Master of Supply Chain and Logistics Management, you’ll gain exactly the same qualification as you would studying on-campus. The only difference is that the course has been designed specifically for online learning.
We've designed an online program that adapts to your fast-paced lifestyle, so you can develop a study schedule that suits you. Our intensive seven-week study periods offer six intakes per year, so you can start at a convenient time. Focusing on one course at a time, your learning is consolidated, giving you the best chance at success. You’ll also have the opportunity to finish your degree faster than traditional learning structures.
Delivered through a cutting-edge online learning platform, you have access to experienced and innovative academics who are industry leaders. The program will also help you gain invaluable insights and develop your own leadership skills through work-connected learning.
Comprehensive study support
Our support network is there for you whenever you need them. In addition to assistance from your tutors, you are provided with one-on-one support to find tools and resources, or a dose of motivation.
No on-campus obligations
RMIT delivers a convenient online program without the need for you to attend on-campus lectures or tutorials. Engage with coursework and collaborate with academics and fellow students from wherever you happen to be.
Globally recognised industry leaders
RMIT is home to one of the longest-standing and largest supply chain and logistics management departments in Australia, delivering world-class supply chain, logistics and procurement education and training for over 20 years.
Receive professional recognition and accreditation
The RMIT Master of Supply Chain and Logistics Management is certified by The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Australia (CILTA) as meeting the educational requirements of Chartered Membership (CMILT).
As a student or graduate, you are eligible for membership of CILTA. Membership gives you access to comprehensive career advice, including access to the resources of the CILT International On-Line Knowledge Centre, specifically focused on transport and logistics.
English language requirements
Don’t have time to study online? Think again.
Our interactive Study Planner asks you to consider the time you spend on certain activities each week, and where you could potentially allocate time towards study.
You’ll discover just how achievable it is to fit the weekly recommended 15 hours of study into your life.
International students are required to provide current evidence of English language proficiency for admission to RMIT University.
You can provide your results from one of these three options:
- an accepted English language proficiency test
- an accepted English language provider, or
- a recognised Australian or international qualification.
English language proficiency tests minimum scores:
- IELTS (Academic): minimum overall band of 6.5 (with no individual band below 6.0)
- TOEFL (Paper Based Test): minimum score of 580 (TWE 4.5)
- TOEFL (Internet Based Test - IBT): minimum overall score of 92 (with minimum of 20 in all sections)
- Pearson Test of English (Academic) (PTE (A)): minimum score of 58 (with no communication band less than 50)
- Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE): minimum of 176 with no less than 169 in any component.
For detailed information on English language requirements and other proficiency tests recognised by RMIT, visit English language requirements and equivalency information
Work-connected and industry-relevant
A critical part of delivering high-level coursework online is providing students with a consistent approach to assessment. Students are assessed on how well each of their course learning outcomes are met, in alignment with the overall program learning outcomes.
Course assessments will occur across a seven-week teaching period and are designed to progressively build in weight over time, with each linking back and building on the last.
Examples of common assessments may include group and individual tasks, such as:
- Case study projects;
- Research reports;
- Contribution to online discussions; and
- Collaboration on set tasks or projects.
As many of our students are working full-time and have professional commitments during the week, course assessments are usually due on Sunday or Monday evenings, allowing optimum time over the weekend to finesse for submission.
Rich feedback will be provided to students throughout the teaching period via online forums on practical exercises and by individual consultation.
Guiding the strategic development of the RMIT College of Business, both nationally and internationally, is an Industry Advisory Board of high-profile executives chaired by Gerhard Vorster, Chief Strategy Officer (former), Deloitte. The Board creates a strategic bridge between the latest in technology and design thinking and business.
Upon graduation, you will have developed strategic management competencies and specialist knowledge for a career in business and government organisations locally, nationally and internationally.