Many banks delayed major changes in leadership, organization, and operational processes after the financial crisis. With the economic recovery continuing, banks are now ready to focus on implementing new strategies and organizational changes that will enable them to be more competitive.
Banking professionals earn a USC MBA in the Professional MBA banking track and are equipped with a comprehensive understanding of how business works within organizations in a global economy. The Professional MBA program is among the top 25 part-time MBA programs in nation, based on US News and World Report's rankings. Students in the banking track develop a strong foundation in the functional areas of business. Taught by the Moore School's world-class faculty, students have exposure to working professionals from many sectors of business and industry which contributes to the learning experience.
Bank employees who have completed or in the process of completing one of the partner graduate schools of banking receive a reduction of three courses from the regular Professional MBA program's 16 courses. The banking track curriculum is 10 core courses plus 3 electives.
Following the banking track course sequence (link in side bar), students can earn a MBA degree in two years. Accelerated options are available. Classes are taught in an on demand course capture option of real time or delay. Each course meets one night per week from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. The typical banking track student takes one course in 7-week term. Electives are offered in the on demand option as well as residency sessions at the USC Columbia campus.
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