UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Marshall School of Business MBA International Exchange Program 2009 - 2010
Anna Liza Garcia International Exchange Program Coordinator +1 213 821 6606 or +1 213 740 6548 +1 213 740 3822 email@example.com TUhttp://www.marshall.usc.edu/UT
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Marshall School of Business University of Southern California 630 Childs Way, JKP 200 Los Angeles, CA 90089-2631 USA Downtown Los Angeles
Total Number of Full Time MBA Students:
Approximately 450 (includes first- and second-year students)
The USC Marshall MBA Program: At Marshall, students acquire critical skills in leadership, analytical thinking, and collaboration, along with a global perspective that only comes from first-hand experience. Students study with a world-class faculty of leading business thinkers and innovators. Coursework is complemented by opportunities to participate in Marshall student clubs, industry conferences, and case competitions. Plus, students enjoy access to Marshall’s 70,000-plus worldwide alumni network.
Facilities: The Marshall School of Business is located on the University of Southern California's University Park Campus, which is home to USC's College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, The Graduate School and 14 professional schools. Completed in the summer of 1999, the $25-million building called Popovich Hall (JKP) houses program offices, services and classrooms for Marshall MBA students. This building features eight case study rooms with audio-video teleconferencing, thirteen experiential learning classrooms with the ability to transmit lectures and presentations throughout the building, data hookups in the building and courtyard, wireless network access and more than 15 miles of fiber optic and cable wiring. Popovich Hall is one of the most technologically advanced business school buildings in the United States. Complete business libraries as well as excellent sporting and recreational facilities are also available and free for students to use.
Elective Courses Offered: Numerous electives are offered in the following areas: Entertainment, Entrepreneurship, Finance and Business Economics (including Real Estate), Information and Operations Management, Marketing, and Management and Organization. Students interested in studying entertainment and pursuing careers in the film and television industry may take courses in the world-renowned USC School of Cinematic Arts.
Note: Students may only take Marshall graduate electives (including the pre-approved Cinematic Arts courses). Enrollment in courses outside of the School of Business will not be permitted.
An online description of concentrations and course descriptions are provided through the Marshall School of Business Elective Course Guide at: TUhttp://www.marshall.usc.edu/ECGUT. Although exchange students may only enroll in Marshall- approved graduate elective courses, a complete list of USC offerings may be found at the following web address: TUhttp://www.usc.edu/socUT.