Campus/School Academic Policies
Through the Assessment Center, students engage in work-related simulations that allow them to see what it is like to work in a professional setting. Their performance is evaluated by local business leaders.
Students participate in service-learning opportunities through the facilitation of small business projects with companies and agencies within the community. Students have the opportunity to conduct research with the School’s faculty and to study abroad.
Clubs and Activities
The School sponsors a chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, the International Business Honor Society. The School also engages students on the Dean’s Student Advisory Board and encourages activities with local, state, and national organizations, such as the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
The trading floor is a place where business students and perspective college students will come and “trade” stocks and understand how our financial markets are setup. It also teaches people the micro-market structure, financial and retirement planning, and will educate individuals in financial products, internships & career opportunities.
Internships & Career Opportunities
For information about internships and career opportunities, visit the School of Business and Economics Internship page.