Program Costs

Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management


Total tuition cost for the MS GSCM program is estimated to be around $63,000.
Based on tuition rates for 2020-2021 school yearThis cost is subject to change depending on university tuition rates.

In addition, we ask students to budget for approximately $10,000 in additional fees and other mandatory expenses. Students are responsible for the cost of any airfare, healthcare, and visas required. Students are responsible for their individual housing accommodations and the above tuition amount does not include housing costs.

Admitted students will be required to submit a nonrefundable $2,000 deposit to secure their space in the class. This deposit will be rolled into Fall tuition for those who enroll. Please note, once you have paid your deposit, you will not be granted a refund. Payment of your deposit secures your seat in the program.

Experiential Trip

The program will cover ground transportation, breakfast, lunch and hotel accommodations. All students are responsible for airfare expenses to the determined location of the experiential learning trip.

Orientation in Los Angeles

The program will begin with an on-campus orientation in Los Angeles in early August. All new students (on-campus and online) are expected to attend in order to meet program administration, faculty, and fellow cohort members.

Paying for the Program

Many employers participate in tuition assistance programs -- please check with your employer about this option. Also, there are a number of loan options available for USC graduate students. For more information on funding options please visit the USC Financial Aid Website. Limited merit/need-based scholarships are available for partial funding of the program. The Admissions Committee bases scholarship award decisions on a range of criteria, including scholastic merit, financial need, leadership, work experience and other characteristics that add value to the academic and social atmosphere of USC Marshall.