University of Southern California

Marshall Spotlight

Not having a background in finance, Tony did not anticipate entering the world of accounting; however, an offer from accounting giant PricewaterhouseCoopers was too intriguing to pass up. What was even more surprising was that the one-year, intensive master's in accounting (MAcc) degree from the USC Leventhal School of Accounting was actually fun. "They teach us so much more than just accounting. It's a well-rounded program that really teaches you how to build, grow, and be successful in whatever endeavor you want to undertake."

Program Snapshot

AVERAGE CLASS SIZE
30
AVERAGE GMAT
640
AVERAGE AGE
24 (range 20-36)
WOMEN
55%
Undergraduate Major
Accounting 50%
Economics 16%
Business Admin/Finance 14%
Social Science/Humanities 11%
Other 9%
Other Stats
Students from outside of USC 79%
International Students 23%
Countries Represented 14
Undergraduate Schools Represented 81