Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

Overview

Course name Master of Science in Supply Chain Management
Institution University of San Diego
Location Online and USA, San Diego
Website www.sandiego.edu/business/centers/supply_chain_management/MS-SCM/
Language English
Contact information

Master of Science in Supply Chain Management Inquiries - msscm@sandiego.edu, (619) 260-7901.

Supply Chain Management Institute - scmi@sandiego.edu, (619) 260-4894.

Details

Course objective

Phase I: demonstrate understanding of the principles of world class supply chain management; identify gaps between their organizations’ processesand world class processes; demonstrate both teamwork and team leadership skills; plan for and conduct negotiations successfully and ethically; and apply project management practices to “real world” problems. Phase II: demonstrate mastery of the principles of world class supply chain management; demonstrate success as an ethical leader in supply chain management; develop suppliers to be high performance contributors to their common supply chain; be agents of successful, ethical change, through planning and implementation; and be able to successfully deal with uncertainty in the management of supply chains.

Sector Private
General course topics Variety/range of logistics topics in some detail
Specific course topics

Supply Management (3 credits); Operational Processes (3 credits); Logistics and Supply Chain Systems (3 credits); Strategic Cost Management (3 credits); International Negotiations (3 credits); Project Management Principles (2 credits); Integrative Project (1 credit). Phase II: Leadership and Ethics for Supply Chain

Managers (3 credits); World Class Supplier Development (2 credits); Organization Change Management (2 credits); Global Supply Management (1 credit); Law, Ethics and Contracts for Supply Chain Management (2 credits); Finance for Supply Chain Managers (1 credit);Marketing in a Supply Chain Management

Context (1 credit); Value Network Management (3 credits); Advanced Integrative Project (3 credits).

Total time commitment 3200
Focus commodity Not indicated
Accredited Yes
Accredited by Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply
Certificate name Degree
Degree name Master of Science in Supply Chain Management
Attendance mode Combination
Attendance description

Most coursework is online but this program does require 6 on-campus \"residences\" of approximately 22 days in total.

Incentives No
Incentives description

N/A

Logistics Topics Coverage % (estimate) 100
Audience Program Manager
Pre-requisites Yes
Pre-requisites description

Minimum of two years of work experience in a supply chain management-related capacity, Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, Satisfactory GMAT score is required for application to the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program. The GMAT score may be waived with years of experience. College or university transcripts, Two recommendations (only one recommendation is required for the Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management program), Statement of Purpose, Current resume, $80 application fee.

Course fee description

Tuition is subject to change. Please contact the course host for the most up-to-date information.

Customized payment plans can be established for self-sponsored individuals as well as those utilizing corporate reimbursement programs.

Discount available No
Course included in analysis No
Additional comments

This 36-unit program consists of two phases. Phase I is the Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management (GC -SC M). Students have the option of completing Phase I only, and receiving a Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management. Upon successful completion of Phase I (GPA 3.0 or higher), students may matriculate into Phase II, going on to complete the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MS-SC M).

International students who possess an L-1 (business) visa may be admitted to the GC-SCM or the MS-SCM programs. In addition, international students living abroad may be admitted to the programs if they can commit to attending all required on-campus sessions. A B1/B2 visa may be obtained for these visits. This limitation is due to rules and regulations of the US Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS) regarding online and distance education. For further information, please visit the Office of International Students and Scholars Web page at www.sandiego.edu/oiss.