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Darla Moore School of Business


Global International Business Program

In the Global International Business curriculum, students complete a comprehensive and competitive program led by the Moore School’s renowned international business faculty. The program's mission is to develop and disseminate leading-edge knowledge concerning the practice of global business.

Students in the Moore School's Global International Business program study at one of the most elite business schools in the world, giving them a strong understanding of global dimensions as well as depth capacity in a functional area of business.

In addition to studying international business at the Moore School, students also complete a second business major and multiple advanced level language classes, and they spend at least one semester abroad. Students can apply for direct entry along with their USC freshman application or they can apply for competitive entry as a current underclassman.

 

Time Abroad

Students spend at least one semester abroad at one of more than 50 locations throughout the world.

Four-Year Breakdown

Year 1: Students spend their freshman year at the USC campus.
Year 2: During their sophomore year, students will continue their classes at the USC campus.
Year 3: Students begin their international business studies. During their second semester, they will study abroad in one of the 51 most elite business schools in the world.
Year 4: Students return to USC to complete their senior year.

 

Language Requirement

Students must take at least four courses at the 300 level or above in one of the eight languages offered at USC.