USC Marshall Launches Business Program for Veterans

1-year program to help military personnel transition into the corporate world

University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business has announced plans to launch a new business degree program specifically designed for military veterans.

New new "Master of Business for Veterans" program will help veterans and active duty personnel "translate specific skills acquired through military service to the business environment," according to a USC Marshall press release.

The program is one year long, and covers a range of core business topics, from strategy to marketing. The curriculum also includes a specific focus on entrepreneurship and new venture creation.

For more information, please see this USC Marshall press release announcing the launch of the Master of Business for Veterans program.

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