Undergraduate Programs

Our undergraduate programs in business and accounting rank among the nation’s best.


Graduates Speak

Graduating students communicate what the USC Marshall experience means.


Times Square Trojans

Undergrad team wins American Eagle case competition—and 3-million-pixel bragging rights in Times Square.

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Beyond Borders

More than 80 percent of undergraduate freshman and all of our full-time MBA students study outside the U.S. while at USC Marshall.


Thinking Forward

In 1972, we established the nation's first Entrepreneurship program. Today, the Lloyd Greif Center is ranked No.1 by The Princeton Review.

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Choosing an accounting major at the Leventhal School of Accounting at USC sets you on a path to be part of a close-knit community of students, faculty, staff and alumni. Students take classes together, work on a myriad of team projects, and participate in student organization activities.

Business Administration

An undergraduate degree program in Business Administration at the USC Marshall School of Business allows students to combine in-depth knowledge of the theory and practice of business with a solid foundation in the liberal arts. We help students channel their skills and ambition into exceptional careers with the power to transform business and make a positive difference in people’s lives. Focusing on leadership development and the acquisition of managerial skills our undergraduate business programs emphasize experiential learning that nurtures entrepreneurial talent and fosters critical thinking. USC Marshall provides the foundation for a lifetime of learning and helps pave the way for career success in business and beyond.

World Bachelor in Business

The University of Southern California, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and Bocconi University have developed the World Bachelor in Business (WBB) partnership, the first undergraduate program of its kind in which students will live and study on three continents and earn degrees from three universities.