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Darla Moore School of Business



The management major at the Moore School focuses on entrepreneurship, strategic management, human resources, business communication, business ethics and organizational behavior. The department offers majors in human resources and entrepreneurship as well as a broad choice of courses in areas ranging from strategic management to business communication.

Diverse Opportunities

To support the Moore School's educational mission, the department relies heavily on the Faber Center for Entrepreneurship, the Riegel & Emory Human Resource Center, the Center for Executive Succession and the Center for Business Communication. These centers work to support research activities, promote links between USC and the business community, and build competencies and skills among both undergraduate and graduate students.  

Students in the Darla Moore School of Business who wish to major in management can choose between concentrations in Human Resources and Entrepreneurship. These majors are designed to help students develop competencies and skills relevant across a broad range of organizational roles as well as roles specifically involving human resources or entrepreneurship.

Management at the Moore School

  • Focuses on organizations, behavior in organizations and how organizations evolve or are changed
  • Explores topics such as leadership, managing change and diversity, ethical behavior, teamwork and the coordination, and alignment of multiple functional areas

Offers two concentrations:

  • Human Resources and Organizational Leadership
  • Entrepreneurship

This major is a good fit if you...

  • Want a broad-based business education
  • Are a people person or have strong leadership qualities
  • Are interested in management and human resources
  • Are interested in starting your own business at some point in your career

Why should you enroll?

  • Management/HR majors find careers across a wide range of
    business sectors.
  • Management/entrepreneurship majors gain the skills needed to start
    their own businesses — knowledge that can be applied in all fields.
  • Training in management is valuable across all industry sectors.

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