School of Business

 

Real World Experiences: Clinics & Associations

The School of Business offers many opportunities for students to gain real life work experience. There are a wide variety of clinics and associations that allow student to get involved in their field of study outside the classroom.

Accounting Association:  Connects students with accounting professionals for networking, career guidance and scholarship opportunities.

Business Clinic: Trains students in business planning, client service, and research skills.  Students are guided by successful entrepreneurs-in-residence. 

Business Honor Society

Business Book Club:  Students have an opportunity to read and discuss several books to learn to be wise consumers and investors.

Center for Innovation and Growth (CIG): Students learn how to turn their passion into opportunities.  The CIG encourages entrepreneurship across the campus.

Enactus: Offers students the opportunity to develop leadership, teamwork and communication skills through learning, practicing and teaching the principles of free enterprise.

Investment Club:  Is an opportunity to manage a real portfolio of stocks, bonds, mutual funds and cash.

MBA Association: Networking opportunity for current MBA students and alumni.

Sales Club:  Prepares students for the workforce.

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)Promotes mutually beneficial interaction between HRM students and practitioners.

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Sustainability Plan Clinic (SPC)Creates an avenue for BW students and faculty to assist small businesses and entrepreneurs in our region seeking guidance in implementing the principles and practices of sustainability to foster business development, job creation, and prosperity.

Tax Clinic:  Gives our accounting student real-life experience and the opportunity to earn academic credit preparing tax returns.

 
 

 

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