Bachelor of Business (Maritime & Logistics Management) - Australian Maritime College
The Bachelor of Business (Maritime and Logistics Management) is a three year course available on-campus that prepares students for a career in the dynamic and internationally-focused transport industry.
The degree combines core business principles such as law, finance, marketing and economics with specific maritime management units. With the inclusion of logistics-based units, the degree provides the necessary industry focus and in-depth understanding of the issues confronting the maritime and logistics industries.
Eligible students may enroll in an Honours year.
Studying by Distance Education
The Bachelor of Business is also available by distance education, providing a flexible learning approach to help students balance their work, study and family commitments.
Comprehensive study packages are provided for each unit and regular communication with lecturers is encouraged.
Graduates will find job opportunities in the areas of commercial shipping, ports and terminals management, logistics, transport policy and the import and export of goods.
Students will need to have completed Year 12 (TCE, VCE, HSC or equivalent). Students with English as a second language also require an IELTS score of 6. Holders of appropriate diplomas and seafaring qualifications may be eligible for entry with exemptions. For example, holders of maritime related diplomas from the Singapore Polytechnic may gain up to 16 exempted units in the Bachelor of Business.
Other Educational Opportunities
Eligible students may enroll in a double degree, with the addition of eight further units. This can be completed either by distance education, or on-campus with approval of the Course Coordinator. Eligible students can also enrol in an Honours year. With appropriate work experience, graduates can then progress to an MBA by undertaking a Graduate Certificate or Diploma in Maritime and Logistics Management.