The Sawyer Business School's focus on Leadership, Innovation, Networking, Knowledge, and Service (LINKS) provides a critical foundation for the BSBA curriculum. Honors courses challenge you to develop the knowledge and skills you need to be effective and successful in a global workplace.
As a freshman, you'll interact with business leaders, ranging from entrepreneurs to CEOs of multinational corporations. You'll help local businesses and nonprofits solve real-world problems, gaining valuable experience along the way.
Honors students typically participate in Global Travel Seminars, internships, case study competitions, professional association activities, networking events, career workshops, global conferences, and service projects. Your involvement adds extra dimensions of personal, intellectual, professional, and social growth to the Business School experience.
Honors Program students in the Business School complete a minimum of 25% of their BSBA program in honors courses, seminars, internships, and travel courses.
- In your freshman year, you'll enroll in the honors sections of Business Foundations, Professional Communication, Globalization, and Information Technology and Productivity Tools. You may also enroll in Honors English.
- Sophomore and junior honors courses include: Accounting, Business Law, Business Ethics, Social Change in the US and Abroad, Data and Decision Analysis, Business Finance, Marketing, Organizational Behavior, Operations Management, and Management Information Systems.
- As a junior or senior, you may take special topics honors course, such as Negotiating for Leadership, Business in China, and Social Entrepreneurship.
- As a senior, you'll participate in a capstone project course, Strategic Management.You'll also have the opportunity to enroll in honors majors courses and conduct honors level research within your major.