The online Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management program is designed to facilitate the needs of professionals and executives in the United States and around the world who wish to expand their knowledge of the rapidly changing world of global supply chain management.
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.
Two international travel experiences to global distribution hubs are included in the program. Participation in both trips is required for graduation. Some courses may require in-person midterm and final examinations. These exams will be administered in cities near student population concentrations, requiring that students travel to reach these locations.
In addition to the general Marshall admission requirements, applicants should have at least three years of full-time work experience. Admission decisions are based on consideration of the applicant's previous academic record, résumé, letters of recommendation, responses to several essay questions and an interview. TOEFL, IELTS or PTE scores and GMAT or GRE test scores are not required, but are recommended, for this program. Applicants will be interviewed as needed to ensure sufficient English language capabilities.
Submit an online application to the program through the USC graduate admissions Website at gradadm.usc.edu. International applicants are advised to view the information for international students published at gradadm.usc.edu/apply/international-students/.
Deadlines and other application details can be found at www.marshall.usc.edu/msgscm/admissions.
- Current USC students and USC alumni are not required to submit an application fee or transcripts to verify degrees earned prior to their attendance at USC.
- Individuals who have applied for admission to a USC graduate program before but were not admitted may not have to submit new test scores or original transcripts.
- All other applicants must submit all documentation identified in the online application instructions including the application fee and copies of transcripts.
For additional information, visit marshall.usc.edu/msgscm or email MS.GSCM@marshall.usc.edu .