Selected major: Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Equip yourself with relevant skills needed to access career opportunities logistics and supply chain management, international trade, procurement, inventory management and distribution.
Gain the knowledge needed to manage secure, cost-efficient, resilient and sustainable supply chains.
Learn how to use world class Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, a critical skill in high demand by employers and an ability that will differentiate your profile in the job market.
Develop the know-how to strategically view business operations at a global scale, and develop sophisticated knowledge in big data, analytics and digital technologies.
Prepare for global career opportunities that may be found in a wide range of sectors including aviation, business, ecommerce, government, humanitarian logistics, manufacturing, retail, and transport.
Swinburne’s Logistics and Supply Chain Management major is endorsed by The Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA).
Today’s business environment moves fast and is likely to change even faster in the decades ahead. To keep up with and even overtake your competition in the sector, consider the substantial benefits of Swinburne’s unique Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Applied Innovation double degree.
You’ll gain the core knowledge and skills essential to business management and operations in the twenty first century. Choose from a range of business majors including accounting, entrepreneurship, business analytics and analysis, logistics and supply chain management, human resource management, marketing and more. Combine your learning through three integrated, multidisciplinary final year units to emerge a true strategic and creative thinker, armed with the theoretical and practical knowledge required to operate effectively in diverse settings such as not-for-profits, government, small businesses and corporate organisations.
But your learning won’t end there. Applied innovation develops in-demand workforce skills such as interdisciplinary collaboration, creativity and complex problem-solving, persistence, curiosity and initiative, in real-world contexts. You’ll apply innovation toolkits, prototype solutions and participate in challenges, such as innovation sprints and interdisciplinary projects, including activities inspired by your passions and interests.
As an innovator, you’ll be ready to conceive, develop and deliver transformative projects and adapt to uncertain and changing contexts to secure or create fulfilling employment opportunities, with a portfolio of experience to back it up.
This unique double degree affords an extremely broad and range of career possibilities, from business administration through to organisational management, as well as roles including innovation consultant, innovation lead, innovation analyst, strategic designer, transformation lead, innovation manager and much more.
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