Program Overview

The BSBA in Marketing program will give you the skills and experience necessary to succeed through a combination of in-class and extracurricular activities.

Our classes include traditional and non-traditional course work, increasingly using technology-assisted learning tools. In addition to course work, you will have the opportunity to participate in consulting projects with local firms like Cisco, Fitbit, and Oracle. You will meet prominent executives at our on-campus speaking events and have the opportunity to join our tours of high-interest firms around the Bay Area.

Marketing Curriculum

The BSBA in Marketing program requires completion of five courses in addition to the requirements for the university core curriculum and the requirements for all SOM graduates.

The five courses include three required courses and two electives, selected from a list of ten. Normally, eight electives are offered each year. Faculty try to balance quantitative offerings (for example, pricing, marketing analytics) versus more qualitative/concept or action-oriented courses (for example, brand strategy, integrated marketing communications, marketing for social change) every semester.

BSBA Overview

The McLaren School of Management continually updates its curriculum to satisfy the latest AACSB requirements and to assure that its students receive the full experience of studying at an excellent liberal arts and sciences university. Recognizing our students as individuals with unique interests and talents, the faculty have designed the business curriculum to support the focus and breadth each individual student requires. Course requirements are divided into the following areas:

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  2. General Electives
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  4. Major Courses

Contact Info

Admission: Undergraduate

Monday–Friday 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. and Saturdays by appointment

University of San Francisco
Main Campus
Lone Mountain, Second Floor
2130 Fulton Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
(415) 422-6563