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
Student organizations exist to promote the educational mission of the university. The Marshall School of Business understands the importance of student organizations to build leadership, improve teamwork and sharpen networking skills.
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
Undergraduate Marshall Recognized Student Organizations (MRSOs) provide students with the opportunity to engage with peers, faculty, alumni, and employers who provide guidance in areas such as academic coursework, leadership development, and professional pursuits. MRSOs are a key component of the Marshall undergraduate experience and offer a range of opportunities for leadership and career development, philanthropic pursuits, and social events for their members and the Marshall community. MRSOs have access to exclusive RESOURCES and support from the Undergraduate Advising and Student Affairs office.
180 Degrees Consulting is the world's largest nonprofit consultancy with over 150 branches across 35 countries. USC's chapter provides consulting services to nonprofits, professional training for the USC community, and social events for its members.
Accounting Society is a professional student organization within USC’s Leventhal School of Accounting composed of students interested in careers in accounting or finance seeking mentorship, lasting relationships, and support inprofessional development.
The purpose of this organization is to provide a resource for networking and academic development for undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in the field of marketing. The AMA at USC Chapter aims tobring national AMA resources to USC students, which may include but are not limited to the following: training workshops, professional speaker events, company tours, service and networking events, case competitions and consulting projects.
MASTERS STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
The Marshall Master's in Finance Association (MMFA) is an MSF student-run organization that fosters community, professional development, career exploration and networking through corporate and alumni outreach. As a student in the MSF program, all students are automatically enrolled in this organization and get exclusive access to events including but not limited to: Networking Panels, Mentorship Programs (through application), Fun social events (on the USC campus, and within Los Angeles), and much more. MMFA is excited to celebrate the diversity with the MSF program and welcomes active participation from all members.
The purpose of this organization is to introduce members to supply chain and advance academic topics related to the field of global supply chain management. The organization will provide formal and informal networking opportunities and introduce problem-solving and analysis skills valuable in the field.
The mission of the MSSE SA is to foster new opportunities of growth and open connections for MSSE students andalumni. The SA works to champion a collaborativeenvironment that supports the advancement of the academic, professional, and personal lives of the USC Marshall’s Master of Science in Social Entrepreneurship community and to advocate on MSSE students’ behalf.
The Business Analytics Student Association (BASA) supportsMSBA candidates at the Marshall School of Business in building a tight community, creating professional development opportunities, and fostering alumni networking.
MBA STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
Graduate International Student Club (GISC) serves as the official student body for international students at Marshall School of Business. We work to empower international students through personalized mentoring, skill-building exercises and workshops, social mixers, and career chats to successfully onboard, bring their authentic selves, leverage their unique skillset, and become successful professionals through a thriving MBA experience.
The mission of the Marshall Graduate Student Association is to advocate on behalf of the Full-Time MBA student body to enrich and improve the overall student experience.
The Honor Committee (HoCo) is an umbrella organization at Marshall that is charged with promoting Business Ethics and the Marshall Values, as well as representing the student body in the adjudication of academic violations. Our focus will be implementing several initiatives to strengthen Marshall’s culture, which is defined by our four core values.
The USC Marshall Graduate Student Association for Professionals and Managers (MGSA.PM) is an organization on campus that works together to improve the academic, professional and social lives of USC Marshall's MBA.PM members. By focusing on creating programs, activities, and other similar services for students, the organization strives to develop quality programs that will promote interaction between students, faculty, and alumni. From social events such as tailgates to professional development workshops and philanthropic endeavors, MGSA.PM prides itself on planning a variety of events throughout the semester to engage the MBA student body.
Our Mission; strenghten the bonds of our Marshallcommunity, give back to our greater community, inspire continued service post- MBA.
Marshall Wear is the exclusive producer of all USC Marshall apparel and accessories. As the only student-led business at Marshall, we afford students an entrepreneurial experience across multi-functional roles. Marshall Wear allows students to engage in all stages of the apparel business, from design to production to sales. Within the community, Marshall Wear increases awareness of the Marshall brand, provides hands-on entrepreneurial business opportunities to students and donates all its profits to C4C.
Diversity + Affinity Organizations
BGBL is dedicated to assisting Marshall Graduate students of African descent become successful leaders in academia and business. BGBL strives to strengthen the economic, intellectual, and cultural wealth of the black community.
The Graduate Asian Business Society (GABS) is committed to promoting and celebrating the diverse Asian community at Marshall. GABS aims to enhance the Marshall environment by developing forums through which studentscan network with and learn from Asian business leaders and peers, and help its members and alumni build a lasting network and share career and business opportunities.
USC Marshall Graduate Women in Business (GWiB) is a student-led organization focused on the advancement of women in business.
CAREER CLUBS — FUNCTIONAL INTEREST
The Graduate Marketing Association (GMA) strengthens students' competencies in fundamental marketing skills and leverages their unique interpersonal attributes to develop the next generation of marketing leaders.
The Leadership & Organization Club aims to provide support tostudents interested in careers in Leadership Development Programs, Rotational Programs, Human Capital Consulting, and roles in the HR function.
The purpose of the MCSC is threefold: to provide access to thebest resources to launch acareer in consulting and in strategy positions at leading firms, to increase the visibility of theMarshall MBA to the Industry, and to host a variety of events that bring together Marshall MBAstudents and representatives from leading firms. MCSC's case preparation program isspecifically aimed at preparing candidates for case interviews, which occur during recruiting forboth consulting and industry firms.
The purpose of this organization is to provide an inclusive spacefor all students to explore career opportunities related to finance.
The Marshall Operations Management Club (OMC) is a functional club that focuses on preparing MBA students for the wide arrayopportunities in operations management and supply-chain management including sourcing, logistics, manufacturing, and analytics across consulting, services and multiple industries such as healthcare, automotive and technology. OMC provides a great opportunity to network with recruiters, alumni, and 2nd yearMBAs, and to learn about the variety of roles and responsibilities within operations management.
CAREER CLUBS — INDUSTRY INTEREST
BEA supports Marshall graduate students to achieve professional goals in the business of media and entertainment.
The Entrepreneur and Venture Management Association (EVMA)is a student-led organization committed to supporting studentsinterested in pursuing career opportunities in start-ups, venture capital, or starting their own businesses.
Professional discovery, training, and networking organization. Student-run organization for Graduate Students at Marshall and Price.
SOCIAL + ATHLETICS
The Adam Smith Society is a nationwide, chapter-based association of MBA students and business leaders who believe that business, entrepreneurship, and commerce are wellsprings that keep this country vibrant, creative, prosperous, and free. The Adam Smith Society works to provide a venuewhere this discussion of foundational ideas can be explored and applied to the current economic environment.
Marshall Golf Club brings together golfers of all skill levels to play, compete, and share experiences together around the game of golf.
The Marshall Outdoor Club serves as a catalyst to get MBA students active in the environment, educate them on outdoor skills and etiquette, and connect them with other students outside of the urban setting.
The mission of the Marshall Business Competition Program is to provide MBA students with the opportunity to enhance critical business and leadership skills, connect with potential employers, and put classroom learning in to practice. Additionally, through our teams’ successes, we strive to enhance the USC Marshall's reputation as a leading MBA program.
Our mission is to create a strong community of values-driven, people-focused business leaders.
USC RECOGNIZED STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS (RSOs)
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT GOVERNMENT (USG)
MARSHALL CAMPUS GROUPS
STUDENT ORGANIZATION OFFICER RESOURCES (SOOR)
GRADUATE STUDENT GOVERNMENT (GSG) FUNDING