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Master of Logistics

The Master of Logistics (ML) is an innovative postgraduate programme which provides a sound theoretical background and practical knowledge required to manage and improve global supply chains and transportation logistics. The curriculum focuses on contemporary management practices and information technology approaches which are essential pillars of effective and efficient operations of complex supply chains and their logistics. A wide range of subjects such as forecasting, warehousing, procurement operations/service planning and modelling are included to give students the full breadth of subject knowledge. Students will also learn how to implement various strategies across supply chain organisations to deliver the best customer experience and value. Visits to local logistics companies and company based mini-projects are built in to provide hands-on practical and practitioner experiences. The programme is taught in English on a full-time (one year) and part-time (two years) basis, commencing August of each academic year.


Programme Structure

To qualify for the award of the degree, students are required to pass and accumulate a total of 40 modular credits: 24 modular credits of 6 core modules (including an Academic Report) and 16 modular credits of 4 optional modules.


Full Time Part Time

Semester 1
  • BL-5101 Fundamentals of Transportation and Logistics
  • BL-5102 Business Logistics Systems Analysis
  • BL-5103 Business Logistics and Distribution Management
  • 2 optional modules
Semester 1
  • BL-5101 Fundamentals of Transportation and Logistics
  • BL-5102 Business Logistics Systems Analysis
  • 1 optional module

Semester 2
  • BL-5104 Transportation Systems and Modeling
  • BL-5105 Supply Chain Management
  • BL-5106 Warehousing Management
  • 2 optional modules
Semester 2
  • BL-5104 Transportation Systems and Modeling
  • BL-5105 Supply Chain Management
  • 1 optional module

Semester 3
  • BL-5103 Business Logistics and Distribution Management
  • 1 optional module

Semester 4
  • BL-5106 Warehousing Management
  • 1 optional module



List Optional Modules

Four optional modules (4 modular credits each) may be selected from the following:

BL-5301 Airline Planning and Management
BL-5302 Procurement and Inventory Management

Note: Students can also take any modules offered in other master programmes within the faculty as optional modules after a consultation with the programme leader/graduate coordinator


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