Experiential Learning

Business, engineering and tech companies are seeking professionals who can create dynamic business plans—professionals who know how to bridge business with technology. Are you up to the challenge?

Here in the School of Business and Economics, students have varied opportunities to handle financial planning, marketing plans, and business management for real-world applications.  Students interact with peers and faculty, work on student design projects, develop financial strategies, learn about entrepreneurship firsthand, and develop strategies for marketing and managing new technologies. It’s just the kind of beneficial cross-discipline collaboration you need to build an amazing résumé.

Through the Experiential Learning Experience, you will learn to:

  • Identify and communicate business ideas
  • Write business plans
  • Conduct market research, including research on new and emerging markets
  • Develop financing strategies, including capital acquisition
  • Develop pricing strategies, including value pricing, for new products and technologies
  • Plan production and distribution
  • Develop project management goals and deadlines
  • Work effectively in teams
  • Develop your oral and written presentation skills

Course related experiences include:

Non-course related experiences include: