The Darla Moore School of Business is globally renowned for academic rigor, a world-class faculty and 13 major research centers that span the full spectrum of business disciplines.
The Moore School is the choice for both next-generation and growing professionals seeking premier academics and experiential learning that prepares them to be data proficient, analytically capable and functionally grounded graduates. Controlled faculty-to-student ratios ensure our classrooms are stimulating settings while high-performing program rankings attract both top-tier students and corporate partnerships that often lead to future opportunities.
Prepared for the Business World
A comprehensive education starts with a rigorous, agile curriculum that’s tied to industry demand and standards. Students gain functional expertise as well as hard and soft skills training that are paired with real-world, experiential learning projects that deepen education. This formula has led to extremely prepared students experiencing the strongest job placement and salary outcomes in our 100-year history.STUDY
U.S. News: USC retains top rankings in first-year experience and international business, advances in learning communities
This is the fifth straight year that the University of South Carolina has been ranked as the No. 1 public institution for first-year experience and the 25th consecutive year that it has earned the top ranking in international business.
From the classroom to the field, USC students carve their own Carolina paths
For a lot of University of South Carolina students, the realization that this is a special place comes quickly. One walk around the Horseshoe, one time cheering in the stands at Williams-Brice Stadium, and that’s all it takes. But those signature experiences are only a tiny part of what it means to be a Gamecock. Life-altering experiences can be found all over campus and beyond.
Business graduate heads active alumni group in Queen City
James Wolf has been a Gamecock since he saw his first football game at Williams-Brice at the age of 7. Wolf, a 2005 business school graduate and financial adviser, has been president of the Charlotte, N.C., chapter of the Gamecock Club and USC Alumni Association for 14 years. He brings an energy to the role that is equal parts motivational speaker and loyal alumnus.
Curiosity drives consulting career
Curiosity has always been a driving force for Audrey Ware — and it has paid off. She earned three undergraduate degrees at USC: international business, marketing and French. Now, armed with a master’s degree in market research and consumer behavior, Ware continues to explore as a senior business analyst for the global firm McKinsey & Company in Charlotte.
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At every level of academic achievement, Moore School graduates are advancing the practice of business locally, nationally and globally. Whether specializing in management, international business, finance, accounting, economics or marketing, our students are business and leadership ready.MAJORS AND DEGREES