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International Business, B.S.B.A.

Darla Moore School of Business

For two decades, the international business undergraduate program at the Moore School has been ranked No. 1 among American universities. We take great pride in developing internationally adroit business leaders.

Our four-decade-long commitment to international business education enables us to offer great depth and breadth in advancing your understanding of the complex opportunities and risks inherent in business globally. This major will develop your global mindset and skillset to take your career to the highest levels of management.

Program Highlights

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    No. 1 for 24 Years

    Get your degree from the nation's No. 1 undergraduate international business degree program (U.S. News & World Report).

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    See the World

    Spend at least one semester abroad, with the option of spending up to two years in the Middle East, Asia, Europe or Latin America.

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    Expert Faculty

    Learn by interacting with one of the best business faculties in the nation at the Moore School.

What You’ll Study

You will complete the Carolina Core (USC's general education requirements), business core classes, advanced foreign language courses and the international business curriculum, and you will select a second major from accounting, economics, finance, management, marketing, operations and supply chain, real estate, and risk management and insurance.

Building Skills

Gain the professional and personal intelligence it takes to have a successful career.

  • International and Domestic Business

    Building relationships and conducting transactions across borders

    Intercultural Competence

    Developing the skills to communicate effectively and work collaboratively across cultures

    Cultural Awareness

    Learning about and respecting diverse cultures and beliefs

  • Critical Thinking

    Analyzing and evaluating information to make informed decisions or judgments

    Decision-making Expertise

    Applying critical thinking and analytical skills to make informed and effective decisions

    Organizational Skills

    Planning, prioritizing and managing tasks and resources to achieve specific objectives

Using your degree

Make your college experience the foundation for a successful future.

Potential Careers

  • Consultant
  • Accountant
  • Marketer
  • Purchasing Manager
  • Logistics Expert

Workplace Settings

  • Consulting
  • International Business
  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Logistics

I think students should consider the Moore School’s international business program because you are challenged to think for yourself. The international business program provides students a unique perspective about the world by facing the hard issues head-on.

Taylor Bilardello
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Is USC Right For You?

There are many reasons we could be your ideal university. There's the award-winning academics, the globally modeled student life, and abundance of study abroad and experiential learning options. Take a closer look at what USC could mean for you.

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