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The University of Southern California – Marshall School of Business
3670 Trousdale Parkway, Los Angeles, CA 90089, Phone: 213-740-8674
University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business is the largest of the university’s 17 professional schools, and the school was named after Gordon Marshall after a substantial donation of $35 million in 1997.
The school was founded in 1920 and was first named the College of Commerce and Business Administration, and in 1960 the Graduate School of Business Administration was established that later became the Marshall School of Business. Marshall is the oldest business school in Southern California that holds AACSB accreditation, the gold standard.
USC MBA programs are continuously ranked among the best programs in the world by all rating agencies. The USC MBA is offered in various formats, if your GMAT score is poor, but your experience is considerable, check out this website for a long list of online MBA No GMAT programs.
Marshall School of Business’ full-time MBA is a basic rigorous core course and includes two electives courses delivered in the first year of four terms. In the second year, enrollees can choose from various concentrations: Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Healthcare Administration, Information Systems, International Business, Investment Banking, Real Estate, Supply Chain Management, and Leadership/Management.