The University of San Francisco's McLaren School of Management is a learning community that provides high-quality professional learning experiences in management. Graduates of the program will have the skills necessary to build productive and compassionate organizations in the three sectors of not-for-profit, business, and government, with an emphasis on leadership, social responsibility, and sustainability within a global context.
The programs at the School of Management are based on the rigorous tradition of Jesuit Catholic education and seek to promote a wide range of perspectives and experiences. Undergraduate students have two options: a full-time traditional program or a part-time, evening program designed for bachelor’s degree program for working adults. Both options allow students to become catalysts for positive change through the research and teaching grounded in the entrepreneurial energy and diversity of San Francisco. The University of San Francisco's School of Management values academic excellence, an open mind, and a collaborative spirit.
Traditional Undergraduate Program
The McLaren College of Management offers full-time programs on the main campus of USF. Students within the McLaren College of Management receive a well-rounded business education. To assure a broad liberal arts education and a solid grounding in the basics of business, all students take classes in the core curriculum, general electives, business core and foundation and major business courses.
Bachelor's Degree Program for Working Adults
The School of Management offers an evening undergraduate program for adults on the USF’s main campus as well as on three regional campuses. These programs are ideal for adults with full-time jobs or daytime responsibilities. The bachelor’s degree program for working adults offer evening hours, convenient scheduling, small seminar classes, and a curriculum designed to be completed in 23 months.