Located in one of the world’s leading business centers and the gateway to the Pacific Rim, USC is among the very best, most global universities in the U.S. — and no part of USC is more global than Marshall. Our diverse and international community creates an exciting atmosphere of learning and discourse. Marshall has made considerable investments in programs, centers, research, experiences, and intellectual capital to broaden student perspectives and career pathways.
UNDERGRADUATE GLOBAL PROGRAMS
Exposure to the people and businesses of other countries is central for developing a global and entrepreneurial mindset.
World Bachelor in Business
The World Bachelor in Business is unlike any other degree anywhere.
Embrace your unlimited potential by choosing a singular program that prepares you for a multitude of possibilities. You’ll gain admission to three top business schools in three international commercial hubs that are also cultural hotspots.
You’ll join a select group of brilliant and daring peers while building a network, skillset and portfolio of experience that set you up for a dynamic future.
International Exchange Program [IEP]
Imagine studying about the rapidly growing Chinese market in Hong Kong, or about fashion marketing in Milan, Italy. The Marshall School of Business Undergraduate International Exchange Program (IEP) allows students to realize this vision. These are the only study abroad programs in which business students can receive full-business credit for their coursework.
Global Innovation Immersion Program [GIIP]
The Global Innovation Immersion Program is a semester course and an 8-day internship placement, during spring break, which the students selected will be assisting family-owned, small businesses in Inle Lake, Myanmar to improve the success and sustainability of the business. Students will also partake in cultural immersion trips to the capital of Myanmar, Yangon and the historic city of Bagan during the program.
Learning About International Commerce [LINC]
LInC is for first-year business students who want to gain exposure to international companies and different cultures and collaborate on global business projects.
GRADUATE GLOBAL PROGRAMS
GGP collaborates with faculty and program offices to provide Marshall graduate students with unique global experiences.
GSBA 580 (Global Context of Business)— known as the PRIME Module — is a mandatory course for all first-year full-time MBA students, which focuses on the applications of frameworks for international business to a specific country.
For MBA.PM second year students, GSBA 582 is a project-based class that focuses on global business with a strong emphasis on experiential learning.
For MBA's and by invitation-only, ABAC (APEC Business Advisory Council) is a year-long, real-world consulting project that culminates in a presentation before the business arm of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) at its annual CEO meeting.
For MBA's looking to expand on their international business experience while studying at an overseas university, here are the connections you can make with USC Marshall.
An international learning experience for Marshall Executive MBA students (EMBA). Typically a one-week visit to China, EMBA students this year visited companies in Bangkok.
INSIGHT + ANALYSIS
Quoted: Dean Geoffrey Garrett and Nick Vyas in BW Education
Quoted: Nick Vyas in The Times of India
Featured: Marshall School of Business in The Economic Times (India)
In an interview with The Economic Times (India), USC President Folt talks about the recent MOU signed between Marshall and BITSoM.
NEWS + EVENTS
A Q&A with Hovig Tchalian on Electric Vehicles, China, and Popular EV Myths
Professor Tchalian offered his thoughts on the state of EVs in the United States and around the world.
Q&A with Professor Shon Hiatt on Energy, Urgency, and Economics
The UN's COP 28 opens today with hopes to accelerate global climate action