The College of Business maintains a Student Resource Room in Thurmond 107. Students have access to computers with internet and the latest Microsoft Office software. Tutors are also available for assistance with selected business courses: CSCI 101, ACCT 280, 281, QMTH 205, 206, ECON 215, 216 and FINC 311. Hours for the Resource Room are established at the beginning of each semester.
Spring 2016 schedule by course (pdf - 151KB) Spring 2016 schedule by time slot (pdf- 10KB)
Most degree options in the College of Business offer the opportunity to complete an internship for academic credit toward the major. In order to get academic credit for an internship, students must meet certain pre-requisite requirements and complete a number of written assignments. Healthcare Management majors are required to complete an internship. Interested students should familiarize themselves with the internship requirements.
Students can also choose to complete an internship for an elective course: BADM 340. This also requires a minimum number of work hours and written assignments. This elective class is managed through the Center for Career and Civic Engagement.
Many business students choose to join one of the available College of Business student organizations and honor societies, in addition to the many campus-wide organizations available.
Student professional development is a priority for College of Business students. We offer a yearly Student Professional Development conference which features guest speakers and workshops to help students prepare for careers. Resume review and interview skill-building opportunities also exist.
Transfer Guides provide information specifically for new transfer students who are entering into a degree program in the College of Business.
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