|Rolling Admission Deadline:||05/15|
|Rolling Decision Notification:||No|
|Early / Priority Application Deadline:||11/15|
|Regular Application Deadline:||05/01|
|Application Deadline Round 1:||11/15|
|Notification Date Round 1:||01/15|
|Application Deadline Round 2:||02/15|
|Notification Date Round 2:||03/15|
|Application Deadline Round 3:||05/01|
|Notification Date Round 3:||06/08|
|In-State Application Fee:||$100.00|
|Out-of-State Application Fee:||$100.00|
|International Applicant Application Fee:||$100.00|
|Applications accepted for other terms than Fall:||Yes|
|Terms and Deadlines:||Summer II, Fall, Spring|
|Early Decision Programs:||Yes|
|Transfer Applicants Accepted:||Yes|
|Transfer Admission Policy:||Yes|
|Admissions Process Need Blind:||Yes|
Moore School of Business is known for its expertise and experience in international business. Top-ranked in national and international surveys, Moore School's undergraduate and graduate programs offer students opportunities to learn and work in a global business environment.
Moore School's International MBA has been the top-ranked international business program at a U.S. public university since 1989, according to U.S. News & World Report. The Wall Street Journal ranks the Moore School seventh in the world for international business. The Financial Times MBA 2007 report ranks the Moore School first among all schools worldwide on "international experience." Moore is the only U.S. school ranked in the top ten for "international experience" by its alumni.
The University of South Carolina's international business faculty has been rated #1 in research productivity by the Journal of International Business Studies. Many other programs and departments, such as entrepreneurship, insurance, and management science, also receive high marks.
The Moore School of Business is accredited by AACSB InternationalÂ—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. In 1998, the university named its business school after South Carolina native and New York businesswoman Darla Moore, becoming the first comprehensive university to name its business school after a woman.