Marshall Minors

There are several advantages to completing your minor at Marshall. In addition to learning practical business skills that are transferable into any career path, you'll have access to learn from Marshall faculty who offer both academic and industry experience. The curriculum for Marshall minors is rich in offering students a chance to learn more about business from a global perspective, enhancing your leadership skills through collaborative projects with classmates, and acquiring a knowledge of the language of business.

Below you'll find a list of benefits and resources you may utilize as a Marshall minor:

Office of Undergraduate Advising and Student Affairs:

Each fall and spring semester, the Office of Undergraduate Advising and Student Affairs hosts several group advising sessions specifically for declared Marshall minor students. At these group advising sessions, academic advisors will be on-hand to share relevant information about the pathways to completing a Marshall minor, in addition to sharing further details on the services and resources available to Marshall students.

It is best to attend a group advising session first to get the full breadth and overview of Marshall's resources, followed by meeting 1:1 with a Marshall academic advisor for more specific information related to your minor. Academic advisors are also available to meet individually with Marshall minor students to answer unique questions regarding the completion of a Marshall minor.

Marshall International Programs:

Gaining international experience is a great way to add depth to a declared Marshall minor. Note: Marshall minor courses cannot be completed abroad through USC-affiliated abroad programs. The following international programs are available by application for declared Marshall minors:

Marshall Recognized Student Organizations:

To enhance leadership skills and opportunities for involvement at USC, declared Marshall minors may consider recruiting for one of 40+ Marshall recognized student organizations.