Over the course of two to four semesters, students will participate in the following learning experiences:
Complete the one-unit Business Honors Seminars (BA-400) for a minimum of two semesters. Prepare an Honors Seminar Report each semester demonstrating knowledge about the problems and issues affecting our local, regional, national, and global business environments.
Prepare a report for the three upper division GE courses (humanities, social/behavioral, math/science) making linkages between the course's content and the business arena (for example, specify how the material in the course could be useful in a business context, or explain how regulatory and business factors affect that discipline, or provide examples of current business problems related to that area and business methods that could be used to address problems).
Participate in a leadership capacity for an organization, such as a student group, student government, local government, political parties, civic organizations, or community activities, events, or organizations.
Participate in an organization for the purpose of improving social/community welfare by applying business and leadership skills. Examples include: VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance), service learning courses/assignments, various community charitable and social welfare organizations. Campus resources to help identify opportunities are available at Student Affairs.
Represent the college or university in an academic competition, intercollegiate academic forum, community event, or similar activity.
Participate in and prepare a report(s) for each of the following:
Participate in one business internship.
Participate in your professional discipline by attending two professional meetings.
Participate in at least one field trip.
Participate in and prepare a report on two personal improvement activities/courses. Campus examples include leadership offerings by the Office of Student Life and Development (SSW 1602) and various short noncredit workshops offered by Counseling and Psychological Services. Off campus activities also are acceptable.
Complete a portfolio documenting and demonstrating each of your learning experiences throughout the program.