Building a lasting career requires preparation, persistence and the occasional foot in the door. Armed with a killer resumé and the right contacts, you’ll compete on a global scale in business, communications, science, the arts, and a wide range of industries.
of our graduates find a job or
enroll in graduate school
of students participate in
(Undergraduate survey results as of nine months after graduation in May 2015. 83% response rate)
What Employers Want
The skills you'll learn through our core curriculum are exactly the skills that are in demand from employers.
Want effective oral and written communication
Want critical thinking and analytical reasoning
Want employees to connect choices to ethical decisions
Want students to acquire broad knowledge
Source: National Survey of Business and Non Profit Leaders, Association of American Colleges & Universities
Preparing You to Succeed
Our excellent career counselors in the Office of Career Services get in touch with students during their very first term on campus. They offer workshops on resume writing, interviewing, salary negotiations, applying to graduate schools, and other critical skills to help you begin your career successfully.
Use the Career Services center. There are a lot of companies willing to offer internships to get you experience. Also use them to help write your resume and cover letter; they can do a lot. If given an interview, research the company and ask good questions that show your understanding of the company/market.Reed Nothwang '16
Major: Business Administration