The University of Southern California is one of the world’s premier teaching and research universities and the oldest private research university in the West. USC’s main campus, located in University Park, lies at the center of one of the world’s largest and most diverse cosmopolitan regions.
The business school, USC Marshall School of Business, was the first AACSB-accredited business school in Southern California, founded in 1920. USC Marshall has deep roots in the Los Angeles and greater Southern California business communities and is a global hub for entrepreneurial thinking with scholars and practitioners committed to addressing the day’s most pressing issues in business.
The Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences is the oldest and largest school at the University of Southern California. The academic core of the university, USC Dornsife develops leaders in the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences with a faculty that features some of the finest professionals and scholarly minds in the world. Top-tier educators, small class sizes and a commitment to personal and professional development provide USC Dornsife students with a world of opportunities.
There are 225 hospitals and clinics that the support the 20 million people living in Southern California, 111 health insurance plans doing business in California, and 900 advanced medical technology companies in Southern California. California and the Sol Price School of Public Policy is leading the nation in these changes, and USC faculty are actively engaged in assisting health facilities transition from fee-for-services to managed care facilities.
Accreditation & Licensing
Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Senior College and University Commission