Advance your career in the fields of transport, logistics and supply chain management, with the Graduate Certificate in Transport Systems at Victoria University.
This graduate certificate will expand your transport-systems knowledge and skills, helping you prepare for further postgraduate study or a leadership position in the field.
Update and expand your knowledge of general business in the context of transport and infrastructure management, and discover strategies for addressing contemporary challenges in this rapidly growing sector.
You'll gain expertise in:
- transport and logistic systems
- public transport and strategy
- transport policy governance and safety
- future transport and infrastructure strategies.
The graduate certificate provides an admissions pathway into the Master of Supply Chain Management if you are unable to enrol directly into that course.
With our Graduate Certificate in Transport Systems, you will gain real-world experience through top companies in the logistics and ERP professions.
We have strong industry partnerships that benefit our business students, including with SAP.
Careers in transport systems
Graduates may find careers in operator and management-level positions in transport across sectors, third-party service provider, intermodal goods warehousing and distribution, and public transports.
We encourage you to progress to our masters degree, and aim for one of the following roles:
- supply chain manager
- logistics professional
- global procurement specialist
- sourcing/distribution manager
- enterprise resource planning developer
- project leader
- transport coordinator
- warehouse supervisor
- import/export manager
- customs manager.
To attain the Graduate Certificate in Transport Systems, students will be required to complete 48 credit points consisting of:
- 48 credit points of professional core units
On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
|1.||Exemplify initiative, ethical practices and social responsibility when leading in a contemporary transport systems work environment;|
|2.||Critically analyse, reflect on and synthesise complex transport operations, safety compliance, governance and challenges in contemporary logistics and public transport systems;|
|3.||Resolve complex transport issues through networks of interconnected businesses and stakeholders collaboration to develop strategies and execute action plan for an integrated transport systems;|
|4.||Articulate complex knowledge and ideas to a variety of audiences in a culturally diverse communities and businesses;|
|5.||Exhibit accountability in autonomous and collaborative judgements and innovative thinking in response to contemporary and future intelligent transport systems and challenges; and|
|6.||Analyse and evaluate research findings applicable to business environments as part of the course work.|
What's a unit?
A unit or 'subject' is the actual class you'll attend in the process of completing a course.
Most courses have a mixture of compulsory 'core' units that you need to take and optional elective units that you can choose to take based on your area of interest, expertise or experience.
Each unit is worth a set amount of study credits based on the amount of time you study. Generally, 1 credit is equal to 1 hour of study per week.
Fees & scholarships
Fee type definitions
The amount you pay for your course depends on whether you’re offered a Commonwealth supported place (CSP) or a full fee-paying place.
Students who enrol in a:
- Commonwealth supported place pay tuition fees that are partly subsidised by the Australian government
- full fee-paying place need to pay the full amount for all enrolled units before census each study period.
In addition to your tuition fees, you may also be charged a Student Services & Amenities Fee (SSAF).
Scholarships & assistance
Apply for a scholarship to help with your study costs.
We can help with fee assistance and advice.
Admission & pathways
Meeting the minimum admission requirements does not guarantee you entry into this course. Some courses receive more applications than the number of places available. In this situation we will also assess your education, work and other relevant experience.
Completion of an Australian Bachelor degree (or equivalent) in a similar discipline
Applicants with a minimum five (5) years approved work experience will be considered for admission to this course.
Use our credit calculator to find out how much credit you could get towards your course, based on your previous study.
If you have completed study with another university or institution and believe you are eligible to receive credit for skills and past study, you can apply for advanced standing.
Applications for advanced standing can be made after a discussion with your course chair or academic adviser.