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In addition to our unmatched proximity to the Bay Area's most notable companies, The Career Accelerator Platform is another way USF distinguishes itself from other MBA programs.
Designed to match your career goals with industry-related coursework, hands-on consulting projects, and networking opportunities, the Career Accelerator Platform is a personalized approach to creating a curriculum that prepares students academically and professionally for success in their desired career track.
Each CAP has a Director, a USF faculty member with years of industry leadership related to their respective CAP. Directors will be a valuable guide for students in their CAP, acting as an accessible and knowledgeable resource.
Each CAP Director has chosen three required courses that will best prepare students for success in the careers associated with their CAP. Each course is seven weeks in length and carries two credits.
CAP courses are taught by both faculty who possess the academic training related to the CAP, as well as by leading professionals who contribute significant and relevant real-world experience.
By selecting a CAP, you'll participate in a consulting project with a notable Bay Area firm, applying relevant coursework directly to client-facing projects and summer internships.
Additionally, you'll have more compelling experience and coursework to leverage when interviewing for job opportunities.
Your CAP will also be a powerful way to connect with USF alumni and corporate partners who currently serve in fields of your professional interest.
While your Platform shapes your coursework, connects you with USF alumni in relevant fields of interest, and prepares you for interview environments specific to your industry, you are also welcome to take courses from another Platform.
And no matter what Platform you choose, students can also round-out their coursework and academic experience with co-curricular activities relating to different fields, such as graduate clubs and lecture series.