The Marshall School Of Business - USC

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DEFINITION of 'The Marshall School Of Business - USC'

The business school at the University of Southern California. The school offers a wide variety of both undergraduate and graduate programs and many of its degrees have been ranked highly by various financial publications. The Marshall School of Business now boasts over 67,000 alumni worldwide.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'The Marshall School Of Business - USC'

Located in southern California, the Marshall School was founded in 1920, and is now the largest of USC's 17 departments. The school is named after Gordon Marshall, who donated $35 million to the school in 1997. The school boasts entrepreneur and Pacific Rim Education Programs. The latter program is the first of its kind to require students to acquire international experience before graduating.

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