​Master's in Supply Chain Management Degree Program

University of San Diego

With a master's in supply chain management, you will do more than just learn about the latest best practices. A case-based curriculum with simulations will improve your existing skills in negotiations, cost management and sustainability. Simultaneously, you will get the chance to help improve your own organization's supply chain for class credit.

Our flexible online format means you can learn at your own pace and still work regular hours. You will be able to immediately apply every new innovative strategy you learn directly to your job. While our classes are web-based, you will still get face-to-face time with faculty and classmates during our five on-campus interactive sessions.

While you are in business school, you will have access to our Supply Chain Management Institute, where you can further your professional development by attending workshops that expose you to the latest trends in areas such as transportation strategies, strategic sourcing and risk management.

MSSCM Degree Requirements

  • Supply Chain Strategy and Design
  • Operational Processes
  • Supply Management
  • Strategic Cost Management
  • Finance and Risk Management
  • Project Management Principles
  • International Negotiations
  • International Negotiations II
  • International Negotiations III
  • Distribution and Logistics Management
  • Leadership and Change Management for Supply Chain Managers
  • Law, Ethics and Contracts for Supply Chain Management
  • Sustainable Global Supply Chain Management
  • Value Network Management
  • Advanced Integrative Project I
  • Advanced Integrative Project II

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  • United States of America

Academic Degree


Master degree


Long (+12 months)

  • English
  • Hybrid

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