The University of San Diego School of Business Administration (USD-SBA) is among the top ranked business schools in the United States both for its undergraduate and graduate programs, ranking among the top 30 nationwide according to Business Week both for its undergraduate programs and part-time MBA programs. USD’s School of Business Administration is accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International.

USD’s School of Business Administration has made two of its graduate courses more readily available to working adults by delivering one through a fully online format and another through a blended learning format.

The Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MS-SCM) is a web-based program done in two phases wherein graduates of the first phase gets a Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management (GC-SCM). Those who graduate from the first phase with a GPA of 3.0 or higher gets to enroll into phase two to complete their online Master’s degree.

The Master of Science in Global Leadership (MSGL) is a blended learning porgram that combines both traditional classroom teaxhing and online-learning. It aims to develop leadership skills while focusing on global business. Graduates of the program not only get a Master’s degree but also a Certificate in Project Management, since a 2-course certificate program on the topic is part of the curriculum.

Applicants to these two programs are required to submit a completed application form, all college/University transcripts, two recommendations, a statement of purpose, resume, and go through an admissions interview.

Tuition for the MS in Global Leadership program is $1210 per credit hour. For the MS in Supply Chain Management program, tuition is $21,780 for each phase. Financial aid may not be available for the programs since they are only considered to be part-time programs.