Learn More About USC Marshall’s Global Supply Chain Program


Complete Your Degree Online or On-Campus

30 Units Program - 4 Semesters

No exams required for admissions 

Ability to review recorded class sessions

Access faculty via virtual office hours

Online courses held on evenings and weekends

Connect with classmates from all over the world

30 Units Program - 4 Semesters

STEM Eligible 

Engage and network with award-winning scholars and practitioners who are at the top of their fields

Face-to-face interaction between peers and faculty on our main campus in Los Angeles  

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The Global Supply Chain Management program office is located in the USC Accounting Building (ACC).

3660 Trousdale Pkwy, ACC 306

Los Angeles, CA 90089

"I would recommend this program to anyone who aspires to be the global supply chain leader. This program offers not only the world-class faculty, superior peer learning experience but also the high-quality networking opportunity with many other outstanding professionals and thought leaders who will back me up throughout my entire career. This program is challenging but extremely rewarding and changes my future."

Shen (Jason) Hu, CPSM, CSCP
Senior Buyer
Class of 2020

“My experience with the USC Global Supply Chain Management program is unlike anything I expected while enrolling. I initially thought I would only come out learning new skills and tools to apply in my career, with real life scenarios explained through case studies. However, I learned more about supply chain core concepts and it has changed the way I thought about global supply chain, my career, and how I work with others. I have been exposed to how extensive supply chain is and how there is so much more that relates to the tiny bubble I work in at my company. The program has taught me to think more broadly, which has been applicable to my current job and allowed me to think more strategically. This was further made valuable with a hands-on approach of experiencing international supply chain and solving real life problems for companies. What I appreciate the most from the program are the people. Working and learning from each other with a breadth of experience across different areas has been invaluable. It has given me opportunities to not only learn from others with unique backgrounds, but teach fellow cohorts as well. These are relationships that start because of the program but will become friendships that will last well beyond graduation. I’m grateful to have an opportunity to be part of the USC, Global Supply Chain Master’s program and will always remember this valuable experience.”

Dan Yoo,
Sourcing Manager, Apple
Class of 2017

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University of Southern California's Recognized Supply Chain Master's Program

#1 Best Online Master's in Business Program by US News & World. Report 2021

#1 Best Online Master's in Business Program by Best Colleges 2020

#5 Best Master's in Supply Chain Management by QS World University Ranking 2022

#23 Top North America Supply Chain Graduate Program by Gartner 2020

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Global Supply Chain Program


Program Overview

Whether you complete your degree online or on-campus, the GSCM program provides you with an opportunity to discover new places, experience new cultures, and cultivate a global perspective. 

Take advantage of our traditional on-campus experience or the Executive Online Program.

Joint program offered by the Marshall School of Business in collaboration with Viterbi School of Engineering, two top-ranked professional schools. 

Complete your Master's in Global Supply Chain Management in 16 months. 

Connect, network, and work with executives through the USC Marshall Center for Global Supply Chain Management's network of industry professionals.

Build on your knowledge of Supply Chain Management with real-world projects, experiential trips, Lean Six Sigma Certification, extracurricular opportunities, and much more.

Enhance your education with extracurricular opportunities with the USC Women in Supply Chain (WISC) chapter or the USC Global Supply Chain Club, all while completing your Master's degree. 


Our global network, industry experience, and renowned faculty make USC Marshall one of the top thought leaders in the realm of Global Supply Chain Management.

Benefit from unparalleled access to the largest global network of industry professionals. 

Gain a complete understanding of subjects like strategic procurement, outsourcing, logistics and distribution, the role of information technology in management global supply chains.

Travel to a dynamic international supply chain hub for a week-long intensive experiential learning trip.

Take part in real-time research and projects conducted in partnership with major companies and industry leaders.

Become a leader at process improvement by earning your Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification.



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Is a bachelor’s degree required for this program?
Yes, we require students to have at least a bachelor’s degree, however there are no specific requirements as to which major it’s in.

How long is the program?
This program is 16 months long and includes 4 terms (Fall, Spring, Summer, 2nd Fall).

Is it okay to be below the average GPA?
Yes! We review applications holistically and GPA is simply one factor. We really value candidates’ work or internship experience and interest in supply chain when considering who is a good fit for the program.  

Am I still able to work full-time while pursuing the online program?
Yes! The online program is actually designed for working professionals and our students in the past have been able to successfully complete the program while maintaining a full-time job. For our on-campus program, students should not work full-time during the first year as classes are during the day multiple days a week. Beginning during Summer and continuing for the 2nd Fall, on-campus students will be able to work full-time in permanent positions or internships (including international students needing CPT).

Do I need prior working experience for this program?
For the on-campus program, it is not required as it is geared more toward recent graduates and those with less work experience. For the online program, we ask that applicants have more than 2 years of work experience, however it doesn’t have to be specifically in supply chain!