Master of Business Administration (MBA)

The top-rated USC Marshall online Master of Business Administration (MBA) uses contemporary, real-world scenarios to help students develop their skills as business leaders and stand out to employers, covering areas such as analytics-driven decision-making, efficient communication, and effective virtual and remote collaboration.

USC Marshall’s online MBA is a bold program designed to help business leaders thrive in the data-driven, digital future.

Launched in 2015 and consistently recognized as a top program by both U.S. News & World Report and Poets and Quants, the coursework pairs foundational business skills with contemporary business issues to develop students’ leadership and critical thinking abilities.

The program has been designed top-to-bottom for the online format, enabling students to form lasting professional relationships the same way they would taking on-campus courses.

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, this best-in-class Master of Business Administration program prepares graduates to become more effective leaders in a technology driven-era.

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Career Outcomes

The purpose of the USC Marshall School of Business Master of Business Administration (MBA) is to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to become effective leaders.

Graduates of the Marshall program work in the following industries:

  • Entertainment industry
  • IT & Services
  • Investment Management
  • Hospital & Healthcare
  • Banking
  • Military
  • Financial Services

Find out more about how our career services team supports the online Master of Business Administration on our website.

Experiential Learning Requirement

During the first course of the program, students will spend a week on campus in order to connect with their peers and develop a cohesive student cohort.