University of Southern California Online MBA

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Address: USC Marshall School of Business, 3670 Trousdale Pkwy, Los Angeles, California, 90089, United States
Phone Number: (877) 779-6643

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Degrees Offered:

Online MBA Program

Classroom Size: Online
Study Abroad:

Although traveling abroad is not a required part of the Online MBA program, students can enroll in overseas electives that include trips to Singapore or Dubai with their on-campus peers. During these trips, participants take advantage of USC Marshall's international partnerships to see first-hand how business is conducted in another country, visiting companies and meeting with executives.

Admissions Requirements:

To be considered for the USC Online MBA program, candidates must meet the following admissions requirements:

  • Four-year undergraduate degree, or equivalent, from an accredited institution.
  • A minimum of 2 years of work experience is required.

Please visit the USC online MBA Admissions Requirements page for more information.

Application/Transfer Deadlines:

The next start date is: August 10, 2020

Application Review Round 1: February 5, 2020
Application Review Round 2: April 1, 2020
Application Review Round 3: June 3, 2020
Classes Start: August 10, 2020

International Students:

The Online MBA program is proud to accept international students and welcome them to the Trojan Family.

Additional Information:

As an internationally-recognized business school, USC Marshall is proud to introduce the Online Master of Business Administration: a bold program that capitalizes on the potential of the online format and welcomes students into the greater Trojan Family that is more than 390k members strong.

The coursework of the Marshall Online MBA provides students with the rigor and camaraderie they would expect of a top MBA program, pairing powerful virtual tools with a comprehensive curriculum. Every course is designed top-to-bottom specifically for an online format and led by several members of the Marshall faculty. Each class uses contemporary, real-world scenarios to help students develop abilities that today’s employers expect of executive-level leaders, including decision-making through metrics, efficient communication, and effective virtual and remote collaboration.

The program teaches students to become forward-thinking business leaders that can analyze a situation from diverse perspectives and create effective, practical solutions. Through a one-week on-campus residency, engaging video content produced at the USC Marshall in-house studio, and weekly, live class sessions conducted via webcam, students complete an integrated, flexible program that prepares them for successful business leadership in a technology-driven era.