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Retail and Supply Chain

Undergraduate specialisation

Learn how to optimise the retail and supply chain, handle disruptions and surpass customer expectations.

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    Retail and Supply Chain Specialisation
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In today’s competitive, interconnected world, supply chain professionals are essential to streamlining the distribution process, ensuring that goods are delivered across countries to the consumer at the lowest cost and shortest time.

This specialisation teaches you how to effectively move goods through distribution channels from their point of creation to the consumer. 

You’ll learn about direct and indirect types of distribution, such as online retailing and e-commerce, from industry experts and through real-world case studies. 

You’ll also look at disruptions to supply chains, responsible distribution practices and the roles of wholesalers, retailers, transportation companies and inventory managers through which goods may pass to reach a buyer.

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What jobs can the Retail and Supply Chain lead to?


  • Distribution manager
  • Warehouse leader
  • Customer service distribution program manager
  • Retail marketing executive
  • Retail manager
  • E-commerce manager


  • Fast-moving consumer goods
  • Trade marketing
  • Retail marketing
  • Distribution
  • Logistics
  • Property
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  • Curtin course code: SPUC-RETSC
  • Last updated on: 26 February 2024

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