USC Marshall Launches New Master of Business for Veterans Program
University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business created a new master’s in business program this year for military veterans. According to the Marshall website, the Master of Business for Veterans (MBV) is designed for “military veterans, active military and active duty military, who wish to gain formal business knowledge and develop critical thinking skills to manage or grow a business and discover the transferability of military experience and skill sets.”
The 8-month, part-time program is two semesters long (25 units), with 16 full-day sessions held each semester (on Fridays and Saturdays). Additional content will be presented via distance learning, so this program combines residential and distance elements. The program includes “intensive class discussions, project work, experiential exercises, and group activities.”
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