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Business Administration at South Carolina | University of South Carolina

The Darla Moore School of Business is known worldwide for its graduate-level programs, emphasis on innovative, experiential learning and its commitment to producing graduates who are superlatively prepared to meet the current and future needs of their employers.

Graduate Degrees

Graduate programs in business administration are offered through our Darla Moore School of Business, widely recognized as a global leader in business education. Highly qualified and motivated students may choose from MBA options to best fit your current needs and long-term goals. Options include a one-year accelerated MBA that allows you to select the functional specialization that aligns with your interests and career goals, and a professional MBA for those looking to gain a leadership edge while maintaining an active career. Our top-ranked international MBA program produces in-demand leaders prepared for dynamic international markets.

The Certificate in Business Analytics is designed

to complement graduate degree programs offered within the Moore School by providing critical skills related to business analytics. Requirements for admission are the same as those for the Moore School MBA program. The Ph.D. in Business Administration degree program is designed for students wanting to pursue careers in university research and teaching, business and government.

The Graduate School administers the application process for all of the university's doctoral, master’s, certificate and dual degree programs. Take a look at what you will need to do before you apply.

 

  • International Business
  • Finance
  • Real Estate
  • Risk Management

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Campus tour

Starting at the Visitor Center, our student ambassadors guide you on a walking tour of the University. These current students can answer your questions while they give you a closer look at our historic campus.


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