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Darla Moore School of Business

Cohort Programs

The Sonoco International Business Department provides students at the Darla Moore School of Business with a high level of first-hand competence in conducting business across national boundaries and diverse cultures. Our international cohort programs for undergraduate students challenges their view of global business and cultural interactions through dynamic teaching and hands-on experience.

An Unparalleled, Global View of Business

Cohort Program Admissions

Admission to an international business cohort program at the Darla Moore School of Business is highly competitive and enrollment is limited. Due to the strenuous academic curriculum at our partner schools and at USC, students selected for the program must have high quantitative skills and strong academic preparation from high school. Students who have completed or are currently enrolled in a college calculus course through AP/IB/Dual Enrollment course work will be given preference in the admissions process. Due to the four-year structure of cohort programs, we cannot accept transfer students or current USC upperclassmen.

For answers to Frequently Asked Questions, click here [pdf].

Please join us for a live webinar presentation to learn more about our International Business Cohort Programs on January 10th and February 11th at 4:00pm EST. The webinar will feature a recorded presentation about our Cohort Programs and offer the opportunity to chat live with one of the International Business Academic Advisors. Access to the webinar will open at 3:30pm EST.

Click here to access the webinar.
Click here to access the recorded presentation from the January 10th webinar.

Notes for Participation
When using Adobe Connect with participants, we suggest that you inform them off the following:

  1. DoIt Recommends using Mozilla Firefox as the web browser for Adobe Connect sessions. You can download Firefox for free here.
  2. You should update Adobe Flash on your computer. You can download the latest version of Flash here.
  3. When connecting to a Connect session, you should close any competing programs on your computer, as these may affect the ability of your computer to maintain a connection.
  4. If using a wireless connection, be sure you have a strong wireless signal to your computer. 
  5. When going into the session as a participant, at the Connect login screen, click on Guest, and type in your name in the provided box.  You can then enter the session.