Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management


The on-campus program is designed for students who wish to engage with faculty and peers in a traditional classroom setting. Classes will be taught Monday-Friday at the University Park Campus in Los Angeles. The program is typically completed in four semesters (fall, spring, summer and fall) at the USC campus.

Campus Culture

There’s no better place to study and explore supply chain, logistics, and distribution than Los Angeles, the second-largest city and gateway to the Pacific Rim. As a USC student, you are not only located in the heart of a thriving city full of fine dining, entertainment, and culture; but also in the nation’s largest hub for international trade.

With hundreds of student organizations ranging from cultural to academic to professional, you can meet people who share your interests and background. From game days to career fairs, you will experience the full range of Trojan Spirit and Family.

Live Industry projects

Not just a case study, these hands-on projects allow you to gain valuable experience within the supply chain industry. You will work on real time research and projects with local industry leaders to develop and create solutions on current supply chain issues.

Experiential Learning Trip

Students will travel to a dynamic international supply chain hub, such as Singapore, Hong Kong, or Shanghai, for a week-long intensive experiential learning trip. Students will learn from local industry experts and tour cutting-edge companies and infrastructure projects.