Dean Geoffrey Garrett
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Teaching + Innovation
Experiential Learning Center
Open Expression Statement
BS Business Administration (BUAD)
BS Accounting (ACCT)
World Bachelor in Business (WBB)
BS Business of Cinematic Arts (BCA)
BS Artificial Intelligence for Business (BUAI)
Full-Time MBA (FTMBA)
Executive MBA (EMBA)
Part-Time MBA (MBA.PM)
International MBA (IBEAR)
Online MBA (OMBA)
MS Business Administration (MSBUSAD)
MS Business Analytics (MSBA)
MS Entrepreneurship + Innovation (MSEI)
MS Finance (MSF)
MS Global Supply Chain Management (MSGSCM)
MS Marketing (MSMKT)
MS Social Entrepreneurship (MSSE)
Master of Business for Veterans (MBV)
Master of Management Studies (MMS)
Master of Accounting (MAcc)
Master of Business Taxation (MBT)
Master of Business Taxation for Working Professionals (MBT.WP)
Data Sciences + Operations
Management + Organization
GC in Business Analytics
GC in Financial Analysis + Valuation
GC in Management Studies
GC in Marketing
GC in Optimization + Supply Chain Management
GC in Strategy + Management Consulting
GC in Sustainability + Business
GC in Technology Commercialization
GC in Library and Information Management – Online
Business Communication (BUCO)
Data Sciences and Operations (DSO)
Finance + Business Economics (FBE)
Leventhal School of Accounting (ACCT)
Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies (BAEP)
Management and Organization (MOR)
Institutes + Centers
Randall R. Kendrick Global Supply Chain Institute
Peter Arkley Institute for Risk Management
VanEck Digital Assets Initiative
Institute for Outlier Research in Business
Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
USC Marshall Venture Fund
Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab
Neely Center for Ethical Leadership and Decision Making
Center for Effective Organizations
Center for Global Innovation
Center for Investment Studies
Initiative on Digital Competition
Giving + Support
Alumni Engagement + Resources
Meet the Graduates of 2022
The Class of 2022 stands out as a cohort of students who worked through not only the “typical” challenges of juggling class assignments and not enough sleep—they made it through a historical moment in time. The COVID-19 pandemic and lockdowns impacted two years of their time at USC, and changed the world in innumerable ways. These graduates embody the true Trojan spirit.
Dylan Singh '22 Accounting
“Anyone who steps into USC is already in a good spot. But beyond all that, you have so many opportunities here, the only person who is going to open those doors is you.”
Read more about Dylan Singh here.
Dylan Singh '22 Joins BCG in Los Angeles.
Kate Donenfeld '22 excelled at finance, math, and dance while at Marshall.
Kate Donenfeld '22 Business Administration and Applied and Computational Mathematics
“Marshall really brings like-minded students together and allows us to find people that we can really connect with and share passions, motivations and lifelong goals, and push each other along toward our dreams.”
Read more about Kate Donenfeld here.
Spencer Xie '22 Accounting
“I learned so much from my mentors; it was how I felt the safety to grow with my peers.”
Read more about Spencer Xie here.
Renaissance Scholar Spencer Xie took chances he never thought he would while at Marshall, and it's paid off.
Former Trojan Offensive Lineman Frank Martin II MSEI '22 is entering venture capital.
Frank Martin II Master's of Entrepreneurship and Innovation
“I want to show other kids of color that they don’t have to be an athlete or entertainer to succeed—pick up that book instead and be a part of big business.”
Read more about Frank Martin II here.
Alganesh Tamyalew MBA
“The most important thing I learned was accept, surrender, embrace (ASE). I learned this phrase in my Fostering Creativity class, and it has become my life motto that I repeat to myself constantly throughout the program and life in general.”
Read more about Alganesh Tamyalew here.
Alganesh Tamyalew MBA '22 considers co-producing the FORWARD Summit one of her finest achievements at Marshall.
Quoted: Shon Hiatt on Food Dive
HIATT, associate professor of business administration, cautions that companies relying on carbon offset credits may be setting themselves up for threats to reputation and brand integrity.
Research Informing Policy
Professor Hyo Kang’s research cited in FTC-recommended policy change.
Cited: Shon Hiatt in the New York Times
HIATT, Associate Professor of Business Administration, confirms findings in research surrounding the exploitation of the Amazon for crude oil later.
In their new book, Colin Coggins and Garrett Brown expand on the life lessons they teach in their popular and unorthodox business class.
Quoted: Shon Hiatt in The Orange County Register
Hiatt, Associate Professor of Business Administration, offers "The goals are just too far-fetched and unrealistic — unless you want to inflict major economic pain," for a piece on the state and future of gas bills in California. [paywall]