Marshall Minors

We offer a number of minors for non-business students that can complement any USC major.

Undergraduate Student Events

Admission for Marshall minors requires the completion of 32-48 units, a declared major, and a minimum USC GPA of 2.75. We encourage you to apply as soon as you have completed the minimum number of units required and well in advance of your expected graduation date to ensure that you have enough time to complete all required courses, including prerequisite courses.  Note that students may take a maximum of three Marshall courses prior to admission. Please be in touch with your current major advisor and Marshall Undergraduate Advising to update your course plan accordingly.

Dates for Prospective Minor Info Sessions

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Applications to Marshall minors are accepted throughout the year. The Office of Undergraduate Advising and Student Affairs will notify applicants via USC email of the minor admission decision, typically within 5-10 business days after the application is submitted.

Business Administration and Accounting majors may only apply for interdisciplinary minors offered by Marshall. This includes: Consumer Behavior, Social Entrepreneurship, Performance Science, Risk Management and Technology Commercialization.

Students must complete all the necessary prerequisites for each course.

All questions regarding eligibility, admissions criteria, or the admissions process should be directed to the Office of Undergraduate Advising and Student Affairs in JFF-201, (213) 740-0690, undergrad.advising@marshall.usc.edu.

 

MINORS
*Hyperlinks below will direct you to the 2017-2018 Catalogue requirements for each Marshall minor.

Accounting

Business

Business Economics

Business Finance

Business Law

Business Technology Fusion

Consumer Behavior

Entrepreneurship

Human Resource Management

Management Consulting

Marketing

Operations and Supply Chain Management

Organizational Leadership and Management

Performance Science

Real Estate Finance

Risk Management (*new as of spring 2018)

Social Entrepreneurship

Technology Commercialization