The mission of USC's Marshall School of Business is to deepen the knowledge and understanding of the critical problems faced in business, and to educate tomorrow's leaders who will address them. Through your coursework and extracurricular experiences in the MS in Business Analytics program, you will gain the skills and knowledge required to become leaders in your field. We encourage you to keep the below learning goals in mind as you consider whether our program is the right fit for you.
Program Learning Objectives
Marshall Graduate Program Learning Goals
Learning Goal #1: Develop Personal Strengths.
Our graduates will develop an entrepreneurial mindset, lead with integrity, purpose and ethical perspective, and draw value from diversity and inclusion.
1.1 Possess personal integrity and a commitment to an organization’s purpose and core values.
1.2 Expand awareness with an entrepreneurial mindset, drawing value from diversity and inclusion.
1.3 Exhibit awareness of ethical dimensions and professional standards in decision-making.
Learning Goal #2: Gain Knowledge and Skills.
Our graduates will develop a deep understanding of the key functions of business enterprises and will be able to identify and take advantage of opportunities in a complex, uncertain and dynamic business environment using critical and analytical thinking skills.
2.1 Gain knowledge of the key functions of business enterprises.
2.2 Acquire advanced skills to understand and analyze significant business opportunities, which can be complex, uncertain and dynamic.
2.3 Use critical and analytical thinking to identify viable options that can create short-term and long-term value for organizations and their stakeholders.
Learning Goal #3: Motivate and Build High-Performing Teams.
Our graduates will achieve results by fostering collaboration, communication and adaptability on individual, team, and organization levels.
3.1 Motivate and work with colleagues, partners, and other stakeholders to achieve organizational purposes.
3.2 Help build and sustain high-performing teams by infusing teams with a variety of perspectives, talents, and skills and aligning individual success with team success and with overall organizational success.
3.3 Foster collaboration, communication and adaptability in helping organizations excel in a changing business landscape.