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2017-2018 USC Lancaster Bulletin
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2017-2018 USC Lancaster Bulletin 
  
 
  Dec 17, 2017
 
2017-2018 USC Lancaster Bulletin

Darla Moore School of Business


Peter Brews, Dean
Brian Klaas, Senior Associate Dean, Academics and Research
Kendall Roth, Senior Associate Dean, International Programs and Partnerships
Manoj Malhotra, Senior Associate Dean, Graduate Programs
Nancy Buchan, Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs
Alice Leri, Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion
Timothy Carroll, Associate Dean, Executive Development



Degree Programs

The Moore School of Business offers programs leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with majors in accounting , business economics , finance , insurance and risk management , international business , management , management science , marketing , and real estate . The degree programs emphasize a strong liberal arts background.

Entrance Requirements

In addition to the academic admission requirements of the Moore School of Business stated below, a limit on admission to the program may be imposed. An enrollment limit would become necessary if enrollment levels exceed school staffing capabilities and resources. The Undergraduate Admissions Committee, in consultation with the dean of the school, shall be responsible for adjusting undergraduate enrollment levels to ensure the quality of the undergraduate program. A student who meets admissions criteria will be favorably considered, but because of space limitations admission cannot be guaranteed.
 
Freshmen entering the USC Columbia prebusiness division of the Moore School of Business must meet the campus requirements for admission.
 
Students from other USC campuses who have no work from colleges outside of USC must have a GPA of 3.00 on all work taken and must have taken at least 15 USC credit hours (to include calculus) with a minimum grade of C. Additionally, those students who have fewer than 30 semester hours from colleges outside USC must also meet Columbia campus freshman admission requirements.
 
Students enrolled in other colleges on the Columbia campus must have a minimum GPA of 3.00 on all work taken and must have at least 15 USC credit hours to include calculus with a minimum grade of C.
 
Transfer students from other institutions must present a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 on all college work taken and have completed calculus with a minimum grade of C. Students who have taken fewer than 30 semester hours of college work must also meet Columbia campus freshman admission requirements.

Progression Requirements

The requirements stated below are minimum requirements and are subject to change as stated in the last paragraph of this section. To continue in the sophomore year of the prebusiness division of the Moore School of Business, a student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 on a minimum of 24 hours. The 24 hours must include ENGL 101 and 102, MATH 122 or 141, MGSC 290, either ECON 221 or 222, STAT 206, and ACCT 225 with a minimum grade of C in each of these courses. A student not meeting these requirements must transfer out of the prebusiness division of the Moore School of Business.

To be admitted to the upper division of the Moore School of Business, a student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 on a minimum of 48 hours. The 48 hours must include ENGL 101 and 102, MATH 122 or 141, STAT 206, ECON 221/222, ACCT 225/226, MGSC 290/291, with a minimum grade of C in each of these courses.

All majors in the Moore School of Business will be expected to pass all business administration and economics courses with a minimum grade of C. Students must petition to take any business or economics class for a third time. Petitioning does not guarantee permission and based on academic record, some students may be required to change majors or transfer out of the business school.

Dual Degrees. Currently enrolled students from other USC colleges who expect to obtain a second baccalaureate degree from the Moore School of Business must meet regular admission and progression requirements of the school and formally apply and be accepted by the school prior to obtaining 75 hours.

Classes. Enrollment priority will be given business majors who are in good academic standing in all business and economics classes.

Suspension. The Moore School of Business adheres to the University’s general policy on suspension.

Graduation. All students admitted to the Moore School of Business effective fall 2016 and thereafter must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.80 on all USC work attempted in order to obtain a degree from the Moore School of Business.

Attendance Requirements

Students are expected to attend all regular class meetings. Students must conform to University attendance regulations as stated in the section entitled “Academic Regulations.” Where specific faculty policies regarding attendance are more stringent, they will be stated in writing for individual courses.

Programs and Courses

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Programs

Courses

    AccountingEconomicsFinanceManagementManagement ScienceMarketing