MBA/Master's in Supply Chain Management — (MBA/MSSCM)

Make your mark on the global supply chain.

This dual degree program is for professionals who aspire to be well versed in all aspects of the business and develop expertise in supply chain and operations. The MBA classes can be completed in a full-time or part-time format, while the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM) classes are conducted in a unique, hybrid blend of online and on-campus classes — a format designed to meet the demanding schedules of supply chain professionals.

Complementary classes

Eight of the units you take for the MBA will count toward your MSSCM degree, and fourteen of the units you take for the MSSCM will count toward your MBA degree. This means that you will be able to complete both degrees with a total of seventy units.  We encourage you to apply for both programs prior to starting your degree.  However, it may be possible to add the second degree after you have already begun graduate school here at USD.

Unit Breakdown

Total MBA Units: 42

Total MSSCM Units: 28

Sample Course Sequence – Full-Time MBA/MSSCM

First Year

Fall Year One
Fall Year One (12 units)
GSBA 500 Sustainable Strategies for the Entrepreneurial Manager (2)
GSBA 501 Leading Multicultural Teams and Organizations (2)
GSBA 502 Statistics and Analytics for Decision Making (2)
GSBA 504 Marketing for Global Managers (2)
GSBA 507 Financial Accounting and Statement Analysis (2)
GSBA 509 Financial Management and Analysis (2)
Intersession Year One Courses
Intersession Year One (3 units)
GSBA 593 International Consulting Project (3)
Spring Year One Courses
Spring Year One (10 units)
GSBA 503 Problem Formulation and Decision Analysis (2)
GSBA 506 Operations and Global Supply Chain Management (2)
GSBA 508 Law, Policy and Ethics in Global Business (2)
GSBA 514 Economics in a Global Environment (2)
GSBA Non-Supply Chain Elective (2)

Second Year

Fall Year Two Courses
Fall Year Two (11 units)
GSBA 516 Current Trends in the Business Environment (2)
MSCM 501 Supply Chain Strategy and Design (3)
MSCM 502 Logistics and distribution management (3)
MSCM 503 Supply Management (3)
Spring Year Two Courses
Spring Year Two (10 units)
GSBA 590 Agile Strategies for Fourth Industrial Revolution (3)
MSCM 504 Operations Management (3)
MSCM 505 International Negotiations (2)
MSCM 506 Law, Ethics and Contracts for SCM (2)
Summer Year Two Courses
Summer Year Two (3 units)*
MSCM 512 Strategic Cost Management (3)

*Students may need to take additional units to qualify for financial aid

 

Third Year

Fall Year Three Courses
Fall Year Three (7 units)*
MSCM 513 Supply Chain Analytics (2)
MSCM 514 Sustainable Global Supply Chain (2)
MSCM 515 Value Network Management (3)

*Class schedule is part-time instead of full-time.

Additional MBA Requirements

Additional MBA Requirements
To Complete During Program
Community Service (two 6-8 hour projects or one 15+ hour project)
Leadership Labs

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