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Graduate School of Business Administration (GSBA)
- BUSINESS (GRADUATE) - Business students may register using USC Web Registration. - Non-business students may register for graduate business electives subject to the following restrictions: (1) proof of undergraduate degree; (2) minimum graduate GPA of 3.2; (3) maximum of 12 units of graduate business courses; and (4) prerequisites completed. All graduate applications and forms are available by contacting (213)740-5424 email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For complete list of Business registration policies, visit www.marshall.usc.edu/registrationpolicies.
An overview of concepts, tools and principles of business management to develop a general management point of view. Open only to non-business graduate students.
- Restriction: Registration closed to the following major(s): Accounting, Business Administration, Business Administration/East Asian Area Studies, Business Administration/Education, Business Administration/Industrial & Systems Engineering, Business Administration/Jewish Nonprofit Management, Business Administration/Pharmacy, Business Administration/Planning, Business Administration/Real Estate Development, Business Administration/Social Work, Business for Veterans, Business Taxation, Gerontology/Business Administration, Juris Doctor/Business Administration, Law/Business Taxation, Medical Management, Medicine/Business Administration
- Note: Especially designed for non-business graduate students who seek an in-depth introduction to key business topics. ......... Cannot be applied to the M.B.A., MSBA, MMS, MMM, MBV, MAcc, MBT or Marshall Ph.D. .......... 15650: Seats in this class are being held for new students in the MS in Global Medicine and Bus. Fundamentals programs. 15652: Seats in this class are being held for new students in the MS in Music Industry program. Available seats will be released after Graduate Orientation in August. Until then, wait list instructions are available at marshall.usc.edu/registrationpolicies. ....... Please see the Blackboard site for details about the assigned readings that must be completed before the first class meeting.
|15650R||036||3.0||Lecture||6:30-9:30pm||Tuesday||0 of 15||Merle Hopkins,|
Terance Wolfe,Diane Badame
|15652R||036||3.0||Lecture||6:30-9:30pm||Thursday||0 of 20||Merle Hopkins,|
Terance Wolfe,Sriram Dasu,
Communication strategies to ensure effective communication to internal and external business audiences at all levels; business writing and presentations; electronic communication; communicating ethics in business. (Duplicates credit in GSBA 502, the former GSBA 502b, GSBA 523, and GSBA 542)
- Restriction: Registration open to the following major(s): Accounting, Business Taxation, Law/Business Taxation
|15702D||001||Lecture||9:30-10:50am||Tue, Thu||0 of 30||David Bacci||BRI202|
Marketing is treated as a managerial decision-making process. Emphasis is given to understanding the concepts, tools, and techniques that comprise a comprehensive marketing strategy. Duplicates credit in GSBA 509 and GSBA 509ab.
|15722D||033||Lecture||6:30-9:30pm||Wednesday||0 of 60||JFF233|
Formulation, modeling, analysis, and optimization of business decision problems; survey of concepts and techniques necessary to manage the operations function of the firm. Recommended preparation: GSBA 506b or GSBA 524 or GSBA 516 and GSBA 545. (Duplicates credit in GSBA-504ab)
- Note: Restricted to MSGSCM students only.
|15752D||372||3.0||Lecture||6:30-9:30pm||Tuesday||0 of 40||Jonathan Yormark||ONLINE|
|15753D||033||3.0||Lecture||3:30-4:50pm||Tue, Thu||0 of 78||Murat Bayiz||JKP210|
Internal and external communication, research methods, reports for decision-making, oral presentations and briefing, strategies to assure communication; field studies. Duplicates credit in GSBA 502, GSBA 523, GSBA-523T, and the former GSBA-502ab.
- Note: Enrollment in Sections 15804 and 15811 is restricted to MS students in Global Supply Chain Management. Please contact Katy Lin (email@example.com) for d-clearance.
|15804D||033||Lecture||5:00-6:20pm||Wednesday||0 of 50||Jolanta Aritz||JKP202|
|15805D||372||Lecture||5:00-6:20pm||Wednesday||0 of 50||Jolanta Aritz||ONLINE|
|15808D||033||Lecture||12:30-1:50pm||Monday||0 of 39||David Bacci||ACC310|
|15809D||033||Lecture||12:30-1:50pm||Tuesday||0 of 39||David Bacci||ACC310|
|15810D||033||Lecture||12:30-1:50pm||Wednesday||0 of 39||David Bacci||ACC310|
Data analysis technologies for business decision making; principles and techniques of statistical inference for business problem solving; foundations of data-driven regression and time series analytics. Duplicates credit in GSBA 506ab and GSBA 524.
- Note: Section 15550 and 15551: MS BUSINESS ANALYTICS STUDENTS ONLY
|15550D||033||Lecture||5:00-6:20pm||Tuesday||0 of 48||JKP112|
|15551D||033||Lecture||6:30-7:50pm||Tuesday||0 of 77||JKP112|
Modern theory of corporate investment and financing decisions. Online registration open only to Business and Accounting majors. (Duplicates credit in GSBA 521a and GSBA 521b.)
- Restriction: Registration open to the following class level(s): Master Student, Doctoral Student
|15894R||001||3.0||Lecture||12:30-1:50pm||Tue, Thu||0 of 70||Duke Bristow||JKP210|
Supervised on-the-job business experience in the student's area of interest. (Curricular Practical Training) Graduate business students only. Graded CR/NC.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following major(s): Accounting, Business Administration, Business Administration/Dental Surgery, Business Administration/East Asian Area Studies, Business Administration/Education, Business Administration/Industrial & Systems Engineering, Business Administration/Jewish Nonprofit Management, Business Administration/Pharmacy, Business Administration/Planning, Business Administration/Real Estate Development, Business Administration/Social Work, Business Research, Business Taxation, Gerontology/Business Administration, Juris Doctor/Business Administration, Medicine/Business Administration
- Restriction: Registration open to the following class level(s): Master Student
|16100D||033||1.0||Lecture||TBA||TBA||0 of 20||OFFICE|
|16102D||033||0.5-1.0||Lecture||TBA||TBA||0 of 20||OFFICE|
Methodology and research perspectives of economics; contribution of the economics paradigm to accounting, management, finance, marketing, and decision sciences. Recommended preparation: Admission to doctoral program in business administration or departmental approval.
|16104R||036||Lecture||12:00-1:20pm||Tue, Thu||0 of 17||Anthony Marino||HOH114|
Theory and application of linear regression models; role of substantive theory in statistical model building; model specification, estimation, diagnostic checking; the general linear hypothesis.
|16107D||036||Lecture||10:00-1:00pm||Monday||0 of 15||Gourab Mukherjee||HOH506|
Introduction to design and implementation of experiments. Single and multiple factors, fully crossed and fractional factorial designs, repeated measures, measurement, manipulations, subject choice, demand effects. Open on to Ph.D. students.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following class level(s): Doctoral Student
|16120R||036||Lecture||9:00-11:50am||Wednesday||0 of 15||Sarah Bonner||HOH506|
Research leading to the doctorate. Maximum units which may be applied to the degree to be determined by the department. Graded CR/NC.
|16125D||036||1.0-6.0||Lecture||TBA||TBA||0 of 20||OFFICE|
|16126D||036||1.0-12.0||Lecture||TBA||TBA||0 of 20||OFFICE|
Credit on acceptance of Dissertation.
- Note: Register the first semester after you pass the qualifying exam. Only register one semester.
|16130R||036||Lecture||TBA||TBA||0 of 20||OFFICE|
Credit on acceptance of Dissertation.
- Prerequisite: GSBA 794D
- Note: Register the semester after you complete GSBA 794D and each semester after until you submit your dissertation. This is semesters 5 and beyond after completing the qualifying exam.
|16134D||036||Lecture||TBA||TBA||0 of 20||OFFICE|