I liked the discussion we had in class and the one Jonathan Nguyen posted about as well but I do not want to take away from the direction either was heading or get them off track. If USC Marshall could partner with other schools with similar prestige who have specific renowned programs and allow Marshall students to study for a year at that school getting specific Core classes. The rules would have to be strict and USC could offer to NYU students for example, an opportunity to take courses in the Business Cinematic arts program allowing students to study business in cinema in the heart of the industry. In return Marshall students could spend a year studying at NYU Stern school of business in finance and be open to a completely new network of internship opportunities. Another possibility is with MIT and allow students who want to get into operations management or production. All GE classes and most required courses would be completed during their three years at USC but with one year at another prestigious university would open a fantastic networking opportunity as well as with students from those universities coming here for a year could potentially improve the Trojan network in a way when those students see how close this university is with its alumni.
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