Course code: #C04325
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The course at UTS offers a comprehensive and holistic set of skills in the strategic and tactical aspects of operations, logistics, procurement and supply chain management.
Students emerge from the course with current and relevant knowledge that allows them to manage complex business operations that may extend globally.
This enables students to address the ever-growing interest among business managers and academics in supply chains, the emergence of advanced service economies, and connected information systems, including:
Disruptive technologies, cloud computing and data analytics, new management practices and approaches, and the pressure of global competition
The Extension course with additional subject choices provides the opportunity to specialise more deeply in the core strategic and tactical aspects of network and logistics network design.
The systematic application of improvement methodology within operations, procurement and supply chain processes helps reduce variability and uncertainty through the supply chain, enabling better control of product and service qualities.
Students must complete 96 credit points made up of 15 subjects, fourteen core subjects (84 credit points), and one Industry Research Project or Internship Experience subject (12 credit points).
|Cost of living||1 person||$9,036|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$16,800|
UTS Academic English program will help you develop your ability to participate confidently within the university community.
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UTS Foundation Studies
the UTS College Extended Diploma program (with entry requirements of IELTS 5.5).
|AE4||IELTS 5.5||UTS College Standard or Accelerated Diploma programs (courses with an entry requirement of IELTS 6.0).|
|AE5||IELTS 6||most UTS undergraduate and postgraduate degrees (with entry requirements of IELTS 6.5).|
Applicants must have completed a UTS-recognised bachelor's degree, or an equivalent or higher qualification, or submitted other evidence of general and professional qualifications demonstrating the potential to pursue graduate studies.
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