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Greetings from the MBA Admissions Office

Thank you for considering Marshall as a place to pursue your graduate management education. We seek to recruit a class that, as a whole, will be greater than the sum of its parts. Every candidate has strengths and weakness, just as each candidate has the capacity to learn and to teach.

What matters most to us is our learning community and how, through collaboration, we grow and learn together to collectively strengthen the Trojan Family. Thus, we do not believe in the concept of the “perfect” or “ideal” candidate. In fact, there are more atypical candidates than typical ones, and everyone has a unique story.

If you have the ambition, the commitment, and the motivation to begin this next phase of your life, we welcome the opportunity to hear your story.

Evan Bouffides
Assistant Dean and Director, Graduate Admissions

DEADLINES

Round 1
DEADLINE: October 15, 2022
DECISION: by December 31, 2022

Round 2
DEADLINE: January 5, 2023
DECISION: by March 31, 2023

Round 3
DEADLINE: March 1, 2023
DECISION:by May 15, 2023

Round 4
DEADLINE: April 15, 2023
DECISION: by June 15, 2023

Round 5
Applications submitted after April 15, 2023 will be considered on a space-available basis.

REQUIREMENTS

STUDENT AMBASSADORS

CLASS OF 2024

CLASS OF 2023

Consortium Applicants

Marshall is a proud member of and the first business school on the West Coast to join the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, an alliance between 21 leading American graduate business schools and top corporations whose mission is to increase representation of African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans in business education and in the corporate world. All prospective MBA students with a demonstrated commitment to The Consortium mission are encouraged to apply. In order to learn more about this important partnership, please visit The Consortium website.

International Applicants

If you are not a United States national, and you will be entering, or have already entered, the United States with an F-1 or J-1 student visa, you should apply as an international student. Applicants who already reside in the United States and hold other non-immigrant visas (for example, E2, H2 or L2) are also considered international students.

Permanent residents of the United States, naturalized U.S. citizens, and U.S. citizens residing abroad and attending a university outside the United States are not considered international students.

STAY CONNECTED

  • Information Sessions

    For the 2022-23 admissions cycle, or until further notice, all Information Sessions will be held virtually until mid-October. Get to know more about our Full-time program, speak with an admissions representative, and get your questions answered.

    UPCOMING SESSIONS

  • In-Person Class Visits

    Visiting a class is the best way to learn about the Full-Time MBA program. The MBA Ambassador Program pairs you with a current student who will accompany you to a class, give you a tour of Popovich Hall and answer your questions about the USC Marshall experience.

    REGISTER TODAY

    *Additional event details will be sent to registrants.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

General

QUALIFICATIONS

ADMISSIONS + INTERVIEW PROCESS

TRANSCRIPTS/GPA

TEST SCORES

TEST WAIVER REQUESTS

INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS