University of Southern California

Why did you choose the USC Marshall GEMBA program?

Program Snapshot

Who attends USC Marshall GEMBA?
AVERAGE AGE
38
NUMBER OF COUNTRIES/REGIONS
12
AVERAGE WORK EXPERIENCE YEARS
16
WALL STREET JOURNAL
Top 4
BUSINESSWEEK
Top 10
U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT
Top 10
By origin:  
USA 31%
Mainland China 27%
Other East Asia (Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea) 27%
Rest of the world 15%
By industry:  
Consumer Products 20%
IT Telcom 16%
Financial 10%
Consulting 10%
Others 44%

Program Highlights

Take your career to the next level – GEMBA is the only EMBA program in the world that brings you:

  • Unique curriculum - integrated and theme-based, which brings you a C-suite perspective on real-world business challenges and opportunities

  • Uncommon diversity – fellow students from throughout East Asia and beyond with diverse industry, company and functional backgrounds

  • Exceptionally global - you learn about global business in three or more dynamic business centers—Shanghai and Los Angeles, plus other locations in Asia

  • World-leading faculty – who also teach at the University of Southern California’s top-ranked EMBA program in Southern California

  • Friendly schedule – conducted over 13 sessions, five to eight days long, over 20 months

  • Prestigious MBA degree – the same degree awarded to graduates of USC's top-ranked EMBA program—plus a certificate from Shanghai Jiao Tong University

News

12/2/16 • News at Marshall
In this edition, Ronnie Chan looks back at the decisions and strategies that took Hang Lung Properties...
12/2/16 • News at Marshall
USC Marshall’s one-year master of science in business analytics ranked number one by TFE Times
11/28/16 • News at Marshall
Tom O’Malia, longtime USC professor and champion of entrepreneurship, dies
11/18/16
In this session, Clayton Dube, Director of the USC U.S. - China Institute discusses the politics of China and...
11/17/16 • News at Marshall
Policymakers changed public opinion on smoking. New USC Marshall research suggests the same techniques can get us to exercise more and eat better