Master of Sustainment Management

Maintaining the Technological Advantage of Military Systems

Modern military technology and systems are required to stay at the cutting edge of performance yet serve for increasingly longer life spans. The key to achieving successful sustainment outcomes relies on linking sustainment strategy, operations, and execution to meet performance requirements. Having an effective sustainment plan is crucial in ensuring that the technology and systems developed provide long-term benefits over the course of their life cycle.  

The Master of Sustainment Management at UNSW Canberra provides students with an opportunity to develop a detailed understanding of the managerial and technical skills and expertise relevant to planning, acquisition and sustainment of complex technology and systems over their life cycles. You will also develop ability to procure capability according to organisational strategy and to develop appropriate implementation and sustainable plans. 

The degree is offered by the UNSW Canberra School of Business in conjunction with the School of Engineering and Information Technology. The School of Business is an accredited member of The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. Only 5% of university business programs worldwide are AACSB accredited. 

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You can find more information on this degree including entry requirements on the UNSW Handbook.

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Students undertaking the Master of Sustainment Management are required to complete eight coursework courses (48 UOC). Students must complete four compulsory core courses (24 UOC) and four elective courses (24 UOC). Not all elective courses will be available in a particular year.  

For further program details, please visit the UNSW Handbook

Please Note: Course offerings and the Intensive Delivery Mode (IDM) courses can vary throughout the year - contact School for details. 

Core Semester 1 - 2021 Semester 2 - 2021
Logistics Management Distance Mode Not Offered
Commercial Skills in the Public Sector Not Offered Not Offered
Asset Management Not Offered Not Offered
Leadership Change and Innovation Not Offered Not Offered

 

Electives Semester 1 - 2021 Semester 2 - 2021
Strategic Management Distance Mode Distance Mode
Strategic Human Resources Not Offered Not Offered
Accounting and Financial Management Distance Mode Distance Mode
Business Law Distance Mode Distance Mode
Business of Managing Projects Distance Mode Distance Mode
Critical Analysis in Business Distance Mode Distance Mode
Strategic Procurement and Outsourcing Distance Mode Not Offered
Business Planning Not Offered Not Offered
Space Operations

Distance Mode

Not Offered
Systems Engineering Practice Distance Mode Not Offered
Requirements Practice Distance Mode Distance Mode
Test and Evaluation Distance Mode Distance Mode
Explosive Ordnance Technology Distance Mode Distance Mode
Capability Options Analysis Not Offered Distance Mode
Lethality and Survivability Not Offered CTMC

Please refer to the UNSW Handbook for the Entry Requirements. 

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