Q & A
How has the School of Business and Economics impacted you?
"The School of Business and Economics has impacted me in such an awesome way. Originally, I didn't know if I would excel in my fields of accounting and MIS, but with encouragement, wisdom, and leadership from my professors. I have since been able to obtain an internship at Ernst and Young. SBE have me the opportunity by funding a trip to the National Association of Black Accountants, which enabled me to engage with other future accounting professionals and top accounting companies. All in all, whether it be tangible, the School of Business and Economics has really impacted my life. Go Huskies!"
"I have been impacted by the School of Business and Economics in multiple ways and through multiple channels. Student organizations help build strong connections to easily join professional organizations. Taking advantage of some of the opportunities SBE has to offer allowed me to explore and build on my leadership potential. I have been able to learn about both my studies and myself and feel prepared to start my career."
"Faculty within the School of Business and Economics focus on relating class concepts to real-world applications and teaching their students universal skills. Growing professionally through development of effective problem-solving and decision-making skills has served me well as I enhance my education through internships. Being prepared to enter these roles allows me to make a greater impact."
"I'm entering a brand-new chapter in my life. I want to thank my fellow students, who have been my friends, my study partners, and my supporters. I thank my professors, who have been my mentors, my advisors, and my critics. Thank you to all staff, who have provided me with opportunities, worked alongside me, and helped whenever I asked. You have all shaped my future, and I am so grateful for my experience in the School of Business and Economics."
Champions, supporters, backers, boosters. These student ambassadors help promote and celebrate the good things happening every day in the School of Business and Economics. A new crew is selected every year.
Michigan Technological University is a public research university, home to more than 7,000 students from 54 countries. Founded in 1885, the University offers more than 120 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in science and technology, engineering, forestry, business and economics, health professions, humanities, mathematics, and social sciences. Our campus in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula overlooks the Keweenaw Waterway and is just a few miles from Lake Superior.