School of Business Featured on Newsweek

Posted: October 25, 2017 | Author: Southern Utah University | Read Time: 1 minutes

Professor speaking to classSouthern Utah University’s School of Business is being featured on Newsweek. The organization is highlighting the entire School of Business experience, including faculty, students, experiential education, international opportunities and accreditation.

Check out the profile.

From backpack to briefcase, Southern Utah University business graduates are known nationwide for being ethical and well-prepared employees. Our students are hardworking, driven, curious, and innovative. The challenging curriculum, valuable experiential learning, personalized faculty attention, incredible internships, and most importantly, great return on investment have made SUU the smart choice to accelerate a professional career. At Southern Utah University, our greatest accomplishments lie in the success of our students not only as professional business leaders, but also as contributors to their industries, communities, and society as a whole.

The School of Business encompasses an active learning environment where students are provided ample opportunities to be involved in educational experiences beyond the classroom.

With nearly 90 percent placement rates among all graduates from the School of Business, students are employed by organizations ranging from small business to multinational corporations and our alumni sit as CEO’s, CFO’s, presidents and board members of multinational corporations.

Bolstered by the largest donation in university history, a new business building is currently under construction. The beautiful new building will house a Center for Entrepreneurship, Investment Lab, student collaborative space, large auditorium classrooms and convertible banquet space, and will provide even greater prospects for SUU business students.

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