Looking back at my studies at USC Aiken there are two critical elements that make the accounting program at USC Aiken unique from any other programs: The availability and diversity of the accounting faculty staff members, many of which serve as my mentors to this day and the Internship Program which provided me with insight into the public accounting world and offered an invaluable practical experience, while still being an undergraduate student at USC Aiken.

Martin Sokolak, CPA

Senior Manager

Ernst & Young, Washington DC


At USC Aiken, students have many opportunities to learn and develop professional relationships.

Below are some of the opportunities available through the School of Business Administration :

Student Organizations

The School of Business Administration offers three different student organizations: Beta Gamma Sigma, SAM : Society for the Advancement of Management, and SAB : Student Advisory Board.


The School of Business Administration works with various local and global employers to provide valuable internship positions to high-performing students.

Study Abroad

Studying abroad prepares participants to meet the challenges of global business and dynamic society. Students also gain unique experiences and learn about business around the world!

Executive in Residence

The E. Preston Rahe, Jr., and Jerry Ann Rahe Executive in Residence Program is designed to enrich student learning and faculty development by introducing accomplished business leaders to the university campus.