USC Marshall School of Business is one of the world’s leading global undergraduate business programs. Our degrees allow students to combine in-depth knowledge of the theory and practice of business with a solid foundation in the liberal arts.

  • All Marshall undergraduate degrees are STEM designated. Our programs are rigorous, quantitative, and technology focused.

Doing Business in the Heart of Los Angeles

Ignite your career opportunities with Marshall’s prestigious four-year undergraduate business program. Enjoy the many cultural and lifestyle advantages of living in beautiful, sunny L.A.


As a comprehensive business school, Marshall is redefining what an undergraduate business degree can provide, from new Joint Degrees and Emphases to STEM certification and Progressive Degrees.

Teaching + Innovation

"Our faculty are constantly innovating and building curriculum to enable students to succeed in the dynamic and fluid world of today and tomorrow."

— Ramandeep Randhawa, Vice Dean for Undergraduate Programs


USC Marshall has taken the lead in creating innovative new joint-degree programs that leverage the IP of University of Southern California schools like the top-ranked Viterbi School of Engineering and the renowned School of Cinematic Arts. More partnerships are on the horizon, as Marshall continues to offer undergraduates an educational experience designed to meet student interest and marketplace demand.

  • BS Artificial Intelligence for Business (BUAI)

    In partnership with the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, the AI for Business joint-degree program brings together the expertise of two of the top business and engineering schools in the country to create a new generation of technically-savvy business leaders.

  • BS Business of Cinematic Arts (BCA)

    Two schools in one degree. Jointly recognized by the School of Cinematic Arts and the Marshall School of Business, this program provides students with specialized expertise that will distinguish them as competitive leaders and professionals in both the business and entertainment industries.


USC Marshall’s undergraduate business specializations provide unique value for students seeking to turn their ideas into outcomes in the rapidly evolving 21st-century global marketplace. The Emphases, introduced in Fall of 2021, are optional specializations for undergraduates within the Business Administration (BUAD) degree program, complement the renowned joint, interdisciplinary programs and specialized degrees to elevate an approach that prepares students for the real world, right now.

  • Data-driven decision making.

    Business Administration with an emphasis in Business Analytics teaches students analytical and hands-on skills to aid data-driven decision making, execution, and evaluation.


As a top-ranked four-year business school housed at a leading private research institution, a USC Marshall business degree allows extraordinary students to cement their own legendary futures.


    First-Year: Virtual Information Sessions designed for high school juniors / seniors / families for a comprehensive overview of Marshall are on Wednesdays at 11:00A and 3:00P PT. REGISTER HERE

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    USC Marshall School of Business
    Office of Undergraduate Admissions
    Phone: (213) 740-8885


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  • Real World — Right Now

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Resources For Current Students

Current students, please visit STUDENTS.MARSHALL.USC.EDU for more information on Advising, Academics, Career Services, Global Programs.

Internal Transfers

Current USC Students seeking to transfer into the Marshall School of Business their second year can find more information on this process at STUDENTS.MARSHALL.USC.EDU under 'How to Apply'.

Contact Us

Undergraduate Admissions: (213) 740-8885 | EMAIL

Undergraduate Advising and Student Affairs: (213) 740-0690 | EMAIL

Undergraduate Career Services: (213) 740-5705 | EMAIL

Undergraduate International Program: (213) 764-8447 | EMAIL