Global Leadership Programs

Are you ready to influence, impact, and better serve the people who depend on you?

Become a stronger, more globally minded business leader with USD's Master of Science in Global Leadership (MSGL) program.

Designed for working professionals, the MSGL program offers practical, hands-on experience balanced with academic theory that you can immediately apply in the civilian, political, or military world.

USD's MSGL program offers:

A personalized learning experience. Small class sizes, group projects, and accessible professors help you better understand who you are as a leader and how you can make the most impact in both your personal and professional life.

  • Academically rigorous and relevant curriculum, designed to help you manage projects from a global perspective.
  • Study abroad opportunities. Get an international perspective of leadership, business best practices, and cultural, political, and economic differences all over the world, which allows you to better understand the modern global marketplace.
  • Connections to global and local professionals in various industries through formal mentorship programs, professional development events, and numerous networking opportunities.
  • With the MSGL's blended-learning model that includes classroom and online instruction, you can obtain the degree that will expedite you to becoming a stronger business leader or help facilitate a promotion.

You might also be interested in USD's MBA program, International Track or our Master of Science in Executive Leadership.

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Location On Campus and Online
Program Length 16 Months
Courses Per Semester 3-4 Courses
Cohort Size 22-25 Students
Average GMAT Scores N/A
Average Work Experience 5-15 Years
Average Age At Enrollment 30-35


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