University of San Francisco McLaren School of Management aims to provide you
with the academic background and experience you need to progress into management
positions, entrepreneurial ventures and/or graduate educational programs.
Key features of
our programs include:
- International orientation of the business curriculum,
faculty and student body;
- Small class size, and a faculty that’s committed to excellent
teaching in the most efficient learning environments;
- Course work that promotes your ability to communicate, and
to perform effectively as decision makers;
- Core curriculum that thoroughly exposes you to the major
business disciplines of accounting, mathematics and statistics, economics,
finance, management, law, marketing, business systems, and operations; and
gives you the opportunity to develop a level of expertise within a specific
In addition to the
traditional undergraduate degree program, McLaren School of Management offers
unique options, including:
- To provide you with a broad base of knowledge
for entering the world of business: by giving you an understanding
and appreciation for business and its social and ethical
environment; by developing your analytical, creative,
and decision-making abilities; by serving you as a whole person through a broad liberal arts
education, in addition to professionally oriented courses; by organizing off-campus
work projects so that you may have a meaningful laboratory in
which to apply business-oriented concepts, techniques and skills acquired
in the classroom; by encouraging and providing study abroad programs
and tours throughout the world; and by encouraging your
participation — on and off campus — in meetings of professional
and civic groups.
- To provide you with an understanding of
perspectives that shape business, including ethical and global issues, the
influence of political, social, regulatory, environmental and
technological issues, and the impact of demographic diversity on
- To recognize the importance of the general
education component in your academic experience.
- To include foundation knowledge for business in
the following areas: accounting, management science, economics,
mathematics and statistics.
- To include written and oral communication as an
important part of your educational experience.