Education, Training, and Guidance

The primary goal of export controls education and training at USC is to increase awareness and maintain compliance with U.S. export control and trade sanctions laws. Export control training is designed to educate the USC community on its responsibilities under these laws and the procedures in place for ensuring compliance. It is especially critical that faculty and administrative staff that direct or participate University of Southern California in research projects involving export-controlled goods, technology or software participate in training provided through OCEC. For additional education and guidance on important issues related to export controls, please review the links below.

“Export Controls at USC: An Introduction”: Course on TrojanLearn

NEW (4.24): DoD Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) Program Requirements (training recording – login required)

NEW (4.24): DoD Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) Program Requirements (training slides)

One-sheet Guidance on Key Export Control Topics

Export Controls Decision Tree

To review a decision tree that will assist you in determining whether your research or other activities may be subject to export controls oversight, please click the link below.

Research that Requires a License