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Moore School announces 24th consecutive year as No. 1-ranked undergraduate international business program

The University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business announced today that its undergraduate international business program is ranked No. 1 according to U.S. News & World Report's 2023 Best Colleges publication released on Monday, Sept. 12. This announcement marks the 24th consecutive year that the program has been ranked as the top undergraduate international business program in the country.

Gaining multinational insights

European global classroom trip emphasizes international perspectives for Professional MBA colleagues

MBA propels engineer to leadership position with Google

Alumnus Kausik Ghosh ('17 MBA) has made the most of the skills he gained in the Moore School's full-time MBA program. Formerly an engineer, Ghosh is now able to take on roles that combine core aspects of chemical engineering with broader business management strategies.

Operations and supply chain graduate program rises to No. 6 in Gartner ranking

The Moore School's graduate operations and supply chain program now ranks No. 6 in North America, according to global research firm Gartner.

Moore School partnering with Benedict College for HBCU master's pathway program

The Moore School is creating a new pathway for students from South Carolina's historically Black colleges and universities to earn Master of Accountancy degrees.

A Moore School first

MIB alumnus first Sri Lankan to graduate from the program

Strengthening international business leaders

U.S. agency renews UofSC international business center's federal funding

Changing lives through medical devices

Alumnus credits well-rounded International MBA program with preparing him for product manager role

Operations and supply chain undergrad program jumps to No. 3 in Gartner ranking

The Moore School's undergraduate operations and supply chain program (OSC) is ranked No. 3 in North America, according to the Gartner Top 25 North American Supply Chain Undergraduate Programs rankings released Tuesday.

Working together to move South Carolina forward

South Carolina SmartState® Program commemorating 20 years of research, innovation and economic impact

Returning to Spain

Alumna teaching in Spain after studying abroad there just before the pandemic

Helping the Ukrainian wounded

Moore School students and Ukraine natives launch campaign to aid Ukrainian wounded

2021 Page Prize winners announced

The Moore School's 14th annual Dr. Alfred N. and Lynn Manos Page Prize for Sustainability Issues in Business award winners were recently celebrated for their efforts to introduce or substantially upgrade sustainability courses or associated coursework into national and international business school curricula.

From the army to aerospace company

MBA recent graduate and Army vet launching finance career with multinational conglomerate

Optimizing Wayfair home goods

International MBA alumna gains skills to flourish in operations and supply chain position

Marketing graduate honors active military, veterans with nonprofits

Moore School alumnus Connor Larson ('22 marketing, minor in UofSC psychology) was looking for a way to show his great appreciation for veterans, active military personnel and first responders.

Gaining new opportunities

Professional MBA program opening doors for administrative and entrepreneurial ventures for U.S. Army dental scientist and medical acquisition officer

Strengthening business acumen to lead in life sciences field

Medical devices sales executives solidifying leadership skills with Professional MBA program

Moore School's Center for Executive Succession welcomes new executive director

The Moore School's Center for Executive Succession has hired recently retired Trane Technologies executive vice president and chief human resources, marketing, and communications officer Marcia Avedon as its new executive director beginning in June.

Finance professor's research informs policy to mitigate impacts of crises

Finance professor Allen N. Berger's research explores patterns and business analytics from previous financial and banking challenges and successes to guide bank and government leaders and finance scholars through future crises to avoid events like recessions or depressions. In recognition of his research expertise, Berger was recently ranked No. 5 on's list of Top Economics and Finance Scientists.

Folks Center: Business and the World Food Programme

World Food Programme executive director and former South Carolina Governor David Beasley gave a special address at the March Folks Center Forum, highlighting the need for private sector partnerships and innovation to address critical humanitarian issues around the world.

Too many eggs in one basket

Marketing professor Ramkumar Janakiraman examined the overall survival and growth odds of a young firm when it is dependent on one or just a few key customers.

Warranty and reliability

Management science associate professor Necati Tereyagoglu recently published research about variations in warranty lengths in the U.S. automotive industry and how they relate to product reliability and new-versus-used car sales.

Opioids' ripple effects

Two economics faculty members' research highlights the impacts of opioid use on communities via K-12 test scores and the less pervasive monitoring standards for disabled populations.

Panic Buying During COVID-19

An international business professor and student were among the first researchers to examine the cultural context of consumer panic buying that occurred around the globe at the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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