The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Risk Management provides students with an understanding of the processes and tools necessary for effective risk management across a variety of industries, including financial services, technology, real estate, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, entertainment, sports, and insurance, to name a few. The degree signals to potential employers that the graduate has acquired skills that are useful in facing the challenges of an increasingly complex and interconnected business environment.
Requirements for Admission
This program is available only to current Marshall and Leventhal undergraduates who satisfy the following three conditions: (1) have attained sophomore standing, (2) have completed at least one semester in residence at USC, and (3) have earned credit for the course ACCT 380 Introduction to Enterprise Risk Management or BUAD 308 Advanced Business Finance . Students who wish to transfer to this program should visit the Office of Undergraduate Advising and Student Affairs in the Marshall School of Business.
Students may earn only one emphasis within the BS in Business Administration degree. Students pursuing this emphasis are not eligible to earn the Risk Management Minor.
Requirements for Completion
To complete the program, students must satisfy all requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree in business administration including USC’s General Education requirements and at least 16 upper-division units in the area of emphasis.