About the USC Marshall School of Business

 

Founded in 1920, the USC Marshall School of Business, with its several major research centers and Leventhal School of Accounting, offers world-class teaching and expertise.

The USC Marshall School of Business advanced to 17th among the nation's full-time MBA programs, as ranked by Business Week and announced Oct 10th, 2002. U.S. News & World Report ranks the Marshall School in the Top 25 for full-time MBA programs and 13th among the best undergraduate programs in the country.

Faculty members are placed 12th in the nation as the most productive in published research by the Academy of Management Journal.

The oldest accredited business school in Southern California, Marshall is committed to the advancement of business practices and preparing graduates for the challenges of a global marketplace.

 

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