Business major Cody Rosa leveraged his futuristic internship with SpaceX into a full-time role at the rocket and spacecraft company’s headquarters, where they’re commercializing space travel for everyday people.
Digital communication major Thea Domingo landed a hyper-competitive internship with the Grammys, where she met last year’s nominees from the director of La La Land to the songwriter behind 30+ Top Ten hits.
Diversifying his experiences near and far, business major Hunter Ryan is building a sought-after resume—from filming documentaries to interning in Thailand to studying in Italy.
Want to be a detective? Learn from the pros about how to investigate, interview victims and witnesses, and make a case.
Thanks to our industry connections, the number of students with internships has more than doubled over the last 2 years.
Corner the “craft-brand” food and beverage market with your own take.
A freshman-year business plan project might just launch your biggest idea.
Partner with biology and chemistry students to test possible treatments for diabetes. This multi-stage project replicates how pharma companies move the needle in patient care.
Your professors connect you with projects where you can put professional skills to work in real time.
You might study logistics models at the Port of LA, recidivism issues in prisons, photography techniques at the #1 lighting studio in LA or family nutrition challenges in social service agencies.
Many courses will take you beyond the classroom for on-site learning.
Eat a gyro like you’ve never tasted before. Live with roommates from diverse backgrounds and universities. Take side trips to Poland, Turkey or Greece.
Choose from five study abroad programs around the globe.
How do you make the leap from movie nut to movie maker? Scoring an internship documenting a Tokyo-to-San Francisco swim. See how Dominique Vazquez did it.
Captivated by understanding how people think, see how psychology major Jacqueline Cootes brushed up her science skills to land her spot in USC’s dental school.
Criminal justice major Arielle Acosta traded MCU’s challenge coin during three tactical internships with law enforcement agencies. See why it was the ultimate token of respect.
Average class size is 17 students.
People know your story and fuel your potential.
Build a mentor for life and make moves for your career.
From dissecting issues in mini-circles to on-site industry explorations.
Your professors give you just the right nudge to push you further.
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Set your plan, stay on track and graduate in four years. If you do your part, we’ll do ours. We guarantee it.
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