The Moore School Of Business At The University of South Carolina

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DEFINITION

The school of business of the University of South Carolina. It specializes in international business and enrolls approximately 3,700 undergraduates and 700 graduate-level students. The Moore School of Business offers undergraduate, graduate and doctorate-level programs in a variety of business disciplines, including accounting, economics, international business, human resources, marketing, management and finance.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS

Located in Columbia, South Carolina, the Moore School of Business was founded in 1919. The school is consistently ranked as a top ten school for international business studies. It is one of handful of schools in the United States offering a Masters of International Business degree, a program that it began in 1974.


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