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- Mixture of distance-education and face-to-face learning experiences
- Choice of face-to-face and online in-class formats
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Global Supply Chain GrowthFastest growing industry with immense job opportunities worldwide.
Global PlatformBased in Los Angeles, our program is connected with campuses in South Korea, China and India.
Attend Class Anywhere & AnytimeWe bring education to you. Synchronous or asynchronous modes accessible anytime.
The Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management program is designed to facilitate the needs of working professionals who live and work in the Asia-Pacific region (specifically India, Greater China, South Korea and the United States) who wish to expand their knowledge of the rapidly-changing world of global supply chain management. The program is comprehensive in both academics and practical applications.
Attend Class Anywhere
The program is available both on the USC campus (in-person) and via the internet. Students can choose face-to-face, synchronous or asynchronous modes to attend classes. Two international travel experiences to global distribution hubs are included in the program. Participation in both trips is required for graduation.
Online courses are transmitted from studio classrooms via an extensive internet-delivery system to enable the students to access their classes anytime, from anywhere. Lectures are made accessible for the entire semester, allowing students to review a complex lesson or prepare for exams. All classes are taught in English. Using the internet, students are required to work in teams and are encouraged to interact with the instructors and their classmates. Teaching assistants monitor class-related bulletin boards to provide timely responses to questions asked by students.
Face-to-face discussion sessions and instructional activities are available at local partner institutions to enhance the individual’s learning opportunities. Courses may require in-person midterm and final examinations. These exams will be administered at local partner institutions, requiring that students travel to these locations.
We are extremely proud
to announce that this year’s cohort (2013) for the Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management has been finalized.
We had overwhelming demand for the spots available, and unfortunately, we are not able to accept all of our applicants for the class for Fall 2013.
If your application is in process or submitted, you will be notified shortly.
We are now accepting applications for Fall 2014, with an Early Decision deadline of January 31, 2014.