University of Southern California


First Annual SoGal Startup Bootcamp Brings Female Entrepreneurs Together
Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab brings CEO of GOOD to Campus for Lunch & Learn
Two Lloyd Greif Center Professors Named Among top 100 Worldwide
Lloyd Greif Center Honors Riot Game Founders with Alumni Entrepreneurs of the Year Award
Third Annual Supply Chain Summit Brings Thought Leaders—And Career Opportunities--to USC
Blind USC Marshall Student Jake Olson Joins USC Trojan Football as Snapper

Executive Education

USC Marshall Executive Education courses are 2 to 7 day, non-degree professional development programs designed to help get you where you want to go in your career. Learn it today. Use it tomorrow.
Our faculty use innovative instructional methods, relevant case studies, business models and experiential exercises to give you the edge you need – now.

We also adapt any of our courses to fit a firm's specific needs, or craft an entirely new customized program that can be held onsite at your company, offsite at a hotel or conference center, or at USC. Our world-renowned faculty experts deliver programs that help you gain a sustainable advantage for your employees and your company.

For more information, contact:
Stephanie Hart, Senior Director of Business Development
Telephone: 213-821-9324
Fax: 213-749-3689

Recruit at Marshall

On-Campus Visibility at Marshall

There are many ways to maximize your on-campus recruiting. Recruiting Marshall MBA students, or go here for Undergraduate recruiting.

Off-Campus Visibility at Marshall

You can also build your organization’s profile with USC Marshall in several ways. Recruiting Marshall MBA students or go here for Undergraduate hiring.

Upcoming Events

Fourth annual conference for industry leaders, entrepreneurs, investors, faculty and students focused on the intersection of technology and digital content.
Come join us for a cup of coffee and learn about the USC Marshall School of Business EMBA Program.
Learn about the latest trends, risks, and technologies impacting the industry in the Asia Pacific region over the next 5 years.