The University of San Francisco School of Management is pleased to partner with the following organizations:
The University of San Francisco is one of only 167 globally diverse universities partnered with the CFA Institute. The CFA Institute recognizes USF’s Master of Science in Financial Analysis program as covering a significant portion of the CFA Program Candidate Body of Knowledge™ and embracing the CFA Institute Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct in their degree programs. USF’s recognition as a CFA Program Partner indicates that we are closely tied to professional practice and are proficient in preparing students to sit for the CFA exams.
This consortium of 30 Jesuit MBA programs provides students and alumni with a unique competitive advantage in making a difference in their education, career, and the world. As a member of the Jesuit MBA network, our MBA students take advantage of an unparalleled transfer agreement, powerful alumni collections, and unique study abroad opportunities.
National Society for Hispanic MBAs
The University of San Francisco is one of 59 institutions partnered with the National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA). As a University Partner, our MBA program offers one half-tuition scholarship to a Full-Time MBA student who is of Hispanic heritage or has a demonstrated commitment to the Hispanic community.
Specialized Programs in Graduate Business (SPGB)
Specialized Programs in Graduate Business (SPGB) is a consortium of schools that host nation-wide forums for undergraduates and recent graduates from all disciplinary majors who are interested in obtaining a focused graduate business degree in areas such as finance, management, accounting, supply chain management, and commerce.
The Yellow Ribbon Program is intended to make participating private institutions more accessible to eligible veterans who are pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees. Veteran Affairs supplements each direct contribution from the University of San Francisco with a matching benefit, giving students greater opportunities to finance their education.