Marshall’s Centers of Excellence
Marshall boasts 10 diverse, cutting-edge centers of excellence.
Some of my favorites are the:
Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
Ranked the #3 program by US News & World Report in its Best Business Schools 2016 rankings, the Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies is a leader in entrepreneurship education and research. It is the nation’s oldest integrated entrepreneurship program, offering 68 courses taught by 27 professors and clinical practitioners.
Sample Course: BAEP 497: Peak Performance (Field Study in Entrepreneurship)
Experiential course covering the science of peak performance. Provides science-based content focused on resilience, stress, and mindset, with application to optimal function across physical, emotional, and professional domains.
Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab
The Social Enterprise Lab equips students with business skills and resources to create sustainable, market-based solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges. This center helps to inspire the next generation of enlightened business leaders and social entrepreneurs through:
-Student programs. (fellowships, mentoring and student organizations)
-Coursework. (social entrepreneurship, impact investing, human-centered design, marketing management and venture initiation)
-Events. (monthly luncheons and speaker events)
-Career development. (mentoring and career counseling)
A full list of all USC Marshall Centers of Excellence can be found here: https://www.marshall.usc.edu/faculty/centers