Operations and Supply Chain Management postgraduate programme requirements

You will need to meet certain requirements to achieve a postgraduate qualification in operations and supply chain management at the University of Auckland Business School.

MCom
The masters degree may be taken as a 12 or 15 month programme (180 points), or as the second year following BCom(Hons).
Prerequisites Requirements
  • A major in Operations and Supply Chain Management including INFOMGMT 290 or STATS 255, or an equivalent course as approved by the Head of Department.
  • 15 points: OPSMGT 760
  • 30 points from INFOSYS 750, 751, OPSMGT 752
  • up to 75 points from INFOSYS 700, 701, 722, 737, 740, 750, 751, OPSMGT 732, 752, 757, 762-780
  • 60 points: OPSMGT 791 Dissertation

Students may elect to substitute 700-level courses from other subjects that are related to their research interests to a value of 30 points, provided that permission is obtained from both departments.

For more information go to the Master of Commerce website

BCom(Hons)
The honours degree consists of one fulltime year of postgraduate study following the bachelors degree. Entry is based on an average grade of B+ or higher in the relevant Stage II and Stage III courses.
Prerequisites Requirements
  • A major in Operations and Supply Chain Management or equivalent including STATS 255
  • 30 points: OPSMGT 788 Dissertation
  • 30 points from OPSMGT 752, INFOSYS 750, 751
  • 15 points OPSMGT 760
  • 45 points from OPSMGT 732, 752, 757, 762-780, INFOSYS 700, 701, 722, 737, 740, 750, 751

Students may elect to substitute 700-level courses from other subjects that are related to their research interests to a value of 30 points, provided that permission is obtained from both departments.

PhD in Information Systems or Operations and Supply Chain Management
The general PhD regulations require either a bachelors honours degree or masters degree for entry. Both the honours degree and the masters degree should have prepared the applicant with subject matter expertise and research skills, including at least one significant research endeavour as part of the degree. For this reason, MBAs and other general, applied degrees are often not seen as adequate preparation for PhD study, and transitional preparation of up to one year may be required. Prior degree study should have been completed with distinction (generally at A- level or above) and have prepared the applicant in the discipline in which the research is proposed. In terms of supervision, the disciplinary base of the department is broad and applicants are encouraged to check the research profiles of potential supervisors on the department website. Many staff have identified preferred areas of PhD and masters supervision to assist students' identification of research topics.

To find out more apply online.