Master's in Supply Chain Management

University of San Diego
School of Business

The global economy needs supply-chain leaders who are focused on innovation and sustainability

From advances in technology to an emphasis on sustainable practices, your business and team needs leaders to create innovative supply-chain solutions to confront global challenges. With a master's in supply chain management, you will learn the skills to transform your business by working and thinking beyond boundaries. Using case-based curriculum and simulations, graduates will improve existing skills in negotiation, cost and risk management, and sustainable supply chain management. Our flexible online format means you can learn at your own pace and still work regular hours, which translates into actionable skills that you apply in real-time to your job. In this program, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Receive a personalized hybrid learning experience
  • Participate in an academically rigorous and relevant curriculum
  • Study in a program approved by the Institute for Supply Chain (ISM)
  • Help save your company a minimum of $50,000 -- and possibly more
  • Network with over 50 supply chain companies

What Sets USD Apart? Hear from Professor of Operations Management, David Pyke.

Looking for a Top Ranked Program? USD's Master's in Supply Chain Management program has ranked in the top 20 online business programs in the nation by US News & World Report six years in a row. 

Looking for a Program that Works with Your Schedule? Our flexible online format allows you to learn around your existing work schedule. Complete the program in as little as 24 months with only six on-campus visits. 

Looking to Take the Next Step in Your Career? The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM) is designed for professionals looking to advance in this field. As part of the program we bring over 50 top companies to campus to meet you. Through our Supply Chain Institute connections, we’ll give you the contacts you need to thrive in this field both inside and outside the classroom. Historically, 82 percent of alumni receive a promotion or salary increase within one year of graduation.

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Program Length: 24 months 
Number of Courses: 13, mostly online, 6 on-campus visits
Average Work Experience: 8 years
Average Age at Enrollment: 37

International students: The MSSCM program unfortunately does not provide F1 visas for international students. Please explore our MBA Program, which has a Supply Chain concentration and similarly strong ties to USD's Supply Chain Management Institute.

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