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Master of Science in Global Logistics

In only nine months, the W. P. Carey Master of Science in Global Logistics (MS-GL) at Arizona State University can help you build a stronger foundation for a growing international field. Through a curriculum developed by one of the top supply chain management departments in the country, you’ll develop deep expertise in global logistics and unique insight into emerging markets.

Offered at ASU’s West campus, the MS-GL puts you in the heart of the vibrant logistics community headquartered in Phoenix’ West Valley, meaning you're close to potential employers and networking opportunities.

Gain a Competitive Advantage

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has predicted a 26% increase in logistics jobs by 2020 and a 29% rise in the need for freight agents by the end of the decade. The W. P. Carey MS-GL degree offers a unique curriculum that provides specialized knowledge and practical perspectives on global operations, logistics and multicultural perspectives.

The MS‑GL provides depth in logistics methods with a focus on cross-cultural management and leadership and global perspectives. An off-campus trip offers you an exclusive look at global logistics infrastructure, giving you a real-world perspective on concepts covered in class.

STEM-certified program

Designated as a STEM-certified program by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency within the Department of Homeland Security, the MS-GL allows eligible graduates on student visas access to an Optional Practical Training (OPT) extension of up to 36 months, compared to 12 months for non-STEM degrees. As an international student, the longer work authorization term may help you gain additional real-world skills and experience in the U.S.

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“The MS-GL program definitely exceeded my expectations. The cases and the faculty challenged me to think differently about how to approach and solve problems. I can absolutely say I’m more equipped for the industry than I was before.”

Chris Valdivieso
MS-GL 2016

Chris Valdivieso