MC198 - Master of Supply Chain and Logistics Management
Plan: MC198P15 - Master of Supply Chain and Logistics Management
Campus: City Campus
Program delivery and structureApproach to learning and assessment
Work integrated learning
Program transition plan
Approach to learning and assessment
Over the duration of your program you will experience a variety of teaching and learning approaches. The approaches used in each course will be appropriate to the learning outcomes and core capabilities they are designed to develop. The major styles of teaching, learning and assessment you will experience throughout your program will include:
Classroom teaching: May include lectures, class presentations, group discussions, student-led discussions etc. This style of learning is designed to maximise your understanding of the curriculum content and develop appropriate skills. It is designed to provide an environment where you can ask questions and seek feedback as well as contribute to class discussion and apply theory to practice.
Flexible delivery: The program will incorporate use of online resources. These may include learning resources such as lecture notes, and assessment and feedback tools such as discussion boards.
Problem-Based Learning: Problem-based learning engages you in analytical thinking, research and provision of solutions.
Cooperative learning: Enables you to work in collaborative or team-based tasks.
Field visit: Provides field visits to a range of industries for you to gain first-hand knowldege on contemporary supply chain and logistics practices.
Assignments and projects: These may be either research or problem based, and may be undertaken in teams or individually. They will provide you with experience at undertaking research and writing effectively to present your findings and recommendations to a range of audiences.
Formal examinations: Will provide you with the opportunity to demonstrate your understanding and application of principles to either practical or theoretical issues.
Depending on courses selected, student progress is assessed by a combination of group and individual assignments and examination. The assessment you must complete is designed to provide you with opportunities to demonstrate the extent to which you have developed your capabilities and achieved specific learning outcomes in a given area. Methods of assessment will also vary with the learning outcomes and core capabilities of the relevant course but may include case studies, research projects and reports.
Please note that if you have a long-term medical condition, disability and/or other form of disadvantage we can support you by making adjustments to activities in your program so that you can participate fully in your studies. To receive learning adjustments, you need to register with Equitable Learning Service: www.rmit.edu.au/students/support-and-facilities/student-support/equitable-learning-services.
The University considers the wellbeing and safety of all students, staff and the community to be a priority in on-campus/online learning and professional experience settings.
For more information on assessment, refer to the RMIT Assessment and Assessment Flexibility policy.
Please note that this program’s courses (whether core, option, or university elective courses) may have mandatory in-person attendance or assessment to pass the course.
If you are choosing to enrol in a course which has mandatory in-person attendance or assessment, you will need to comply with RMIT vaccination requirements which are applicable during the duration of the course. This RMIT requirement includes being vaccinated against COVID-19 or holding a valid medical exemption.
Please read this RMIT Enrolment Procedure as it has important information regarding COVID vaccination and your study at RMIT: https://policies.rmit.edu.au/document/view.php?id=209.
Please read the Student website for additional requirements of in-person attendance: https://www.rmit.edu.au/covid/coming-to-campus.Top of page
Work integrated learning
As a student enrolled in this RMIT University program you will be provided with an education that strongly links formal learning with professional or vocational practice. The designated Work Integrated Learning (WIL) course in this program is OMGT1021 Supply Chain Principles. This course will provide you with opportunities to apply your academic skills to a work-based context.
In particular you will:
- undertake and be assessed on structured activities that allow you to learn, apply and demonstrate your professional or vocational practice; and
- be involved in authentic engagement with partner organisations that includes industry feedback.
These learning opportunities may be in the form of industry-based projects, simulations or placements.Top of page
|To graduate you must complete the following: All courses listed may not be available each semester.|
Year One of Program
|Semester One: Complete the following Four (4) Courses:|
|Semester Two: Complete the following One (1) Course:|
|Select and Complete Three (3) Courses from One (1) of the Minors listed at the end of this program structure:|
|Select and Complete Thirty-six (36) credit points from the Option Course list at the end of this program structure:|
Year Two of Program
|Semester One: Complete the following One (1) Course:|
|Complete One (1) Course from One (1) of the Minors listed at the end of this program structure:|
|Select and complete twenty-four (24) credit points from the Option Course list at the end of this program structure:|
|Select and complete thirty-six (36) credit points from the Option Course list at the end of this program structure|
|Semester Two: Select and Complete Forty-eight (48) credit points from Option Course list at the end of this program structure:|
|Minor: Strategic Procurement|
|Minor: Maritime Transport Logistics|
|List of Option Courses:|
Program transition plan
Semester 2 2022 Program changes
The four (4) Business Enabling courses listed below that form Stage A / Semester 1, Year 1 of your current program structure will be removed from the program from Semester 2, 2022.
- BUSM1162 Management 1 - Managing People
- BUSM3886 Business and Government in the Global Context
- ISYS1028 Global Business and Social Technology: A Case Study Approach
- ACCT2127 Accounting for Management Decisions
The Business Enabling courses will be replaced with four (4) additional courses from the current options list. Please refer to your program structure for the options course list.
1. If you have received exemptions for the four (4) Business Enabling courses, prior to Semester 2 2022:
The courses will be recognised as part of your program, and no further action is required. You may continue your program enrolment as planned.
2. If you have successfully completed or received exemptions for up to three of the four (4) Business Enabling courses, prior to Semester 2 2022, you will need to complete additional courses as detailed below:
- If you have completed one Business Enabling course, you must complete an additional 36 credit points from the options list.
- If you have completed two Business Enabling courses, you must complete an additional 24 credit points from the options list.
- If you have completed three Business Enabling courses, you must complete an additional 12 credit points from the options list.
Please also note the following changes:
- If you have completed ISYS2396 Enterprise Systems, you do not need to complete ISYS2396 Intelligent Enterprise Sytems, a this is a course title change only (effective Semester 1 2023).
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