The MBA Program at USC Marshall School of Business

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Throughout his career of more than two decades, James Kasim has garnered extensive experience as a financial executive and capital markets specialist through his work with a number of commercial real estate and accounting firms. While serving as senior manager at Ernst & Young, LLP, James Kasim earned his masters in business administration (MBA) with honors from the University of Southern California (USC) Marshall School of Business.

USC offers a diverse array of MBA programs through its Marshall School of Business. From a part-time degree path for working professionals to a program for global executives, the university can accommodate the educational needs of all its students. Individuals can also pursue their MBA through the school’s traditional curriculum, which includes full-time classes taken over the course of 20 months.

This MBA program is designed to benefit professionals who are early in their careers by providing them with a unique education that covers all areas of business. During the first term, students pursue classes in such basics as marketing and accounting before completing an exam with a real client from Los Angeles. The second term provides students with experience in global business, after which they complete a compulsory 10-day real-life learning experience at an international company or governmental entity. Each of these modules aims to better prepare business professionals for careers both in the United States and abroad.

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