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A close-knit peer group that works together throughout the course of the program to complete the same sequence of classes.
The program begins with a weeklong residency at the USC campus in Los Angeles, allowing students and faculty to build connections face-to-face.

The residency includes collaborative classroom activities, a consulting project competition, and opportunities to socialize and network with classmates, faculty,
alumni, and business leaders.
During the residency, students complete an introductory three-credit course on the role of the manager, which emphasizes strategic and managerial
frameworks along with the fundamental processes of communication and leadership.
The remainder of the curriculum consists of five longer courses focused on core subject areas: fundamentals of business, opportunity recognition and
implementation, managing inside the firm, managing outside the firm, and business environment and leadership. Each course is worth about 10 units and
lasts 16 weeks.
USC’s online courses use both synchronous components, such as scheduled virtual class meetings and collaborative group work, and asynchronous
activities, such as video presentations and class discussion boards. Synchronous meetings occur two times per week and typically last two hours.
Online MBA students receive dedicated support from professional career consultants who can assist professionals at all stages of their careers with
coaching and planning. Networking opportunities include events sponsored by the USC Marshall Alumni Association
(which boasts more than 87,000 members worldwide), online business leader guest speakers that directly connect students to industry executives, and
invitations to Online MBA program events to meet new OMBA students and re-connect with alumni and faculty.
Students in the Online MBA program may also apply to a USC dual-degree or certificate program. Most of these take place on the USC campus, but some
can be completed online such as the MBA/MS in Systems Architecting &
Engineering degree and graduate certificate in Global Supply Chain Management. After graduating, Online MBA students are eligible to continue their
studies by taking Marshall MBA elective courses; some of which are online or include an

Founded in 1880 in Los Angeles, USC is the oldest private research college in California. The school has a reputation for educating business leaders, so it’s
natural that USC hosts one of the country’s best online MBA programs,
with a forward-thinking curriculum designed specifically for distance learners. USC’s Online MBA degree operates in a cohort format, in which students form

a close-knit peer group that works together throughout the course of the program to complete the same sequence of classes.
The program begins with a weeklong residency at the USC campus in Los Angeles, allowing students and faculty to build connections face-to-face. The
residency includes collaborative classroom activities, a consulting project competition, and opportunities to socialize and network with classmates, faculty,
alumni, and business leaders.
During the residency, students complete an introductory three-credit course on the role of the manager, which emphasizes strategic and managerial
frameworks along with the fundamental processes of communication and leadership.
The remainder of the curriculum consists of five longer courses focused on core subject areas: fundamentals of business, opportunity recognition and
implementation, managing inside the firm, managing outside the firm, and business environment and leadership. Each course is worth about 10 units and
lasts 16 weeks.

USC’s online courses use both synchronous components, such as scheduled virtual class meetings and collaborative group work, and asynchronous
activities, such as video presentations and class discussion boards. Synchronous meetings occur two times per week and typically last two hours.
Online MBA students receive dedicated support from professional career consultants who can assist professionals at all stages of their careers with
coaching and planning. Networking opportunities include events sponsored by the USC Marshall Alumni Association
(which boasts more than 87,000 members worldwide), online business leader guest speakers that directly connect students to industry executives, and
invitations to Online MBA program events to meet new OMBA students and re-connect with alumni and faculty.
Students in the Online MBA program may also apply to a USC dual-degree or certificate program. Most of these take place on the USC campus, but some
can be completed online such as the MBA/MS in Systems Architecting &
Engineering degree and graduate certificate in Global Supply Chain Management. After graduating, Online MBA students are eligible to continue their
studies by taking Marshall MBA elective courses; some of which are online or include

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