Students have the opportunity to work on projects outside of the classroom environment. Under the supervision of faculty members, students have completed market research projects, written business plans, and designed websites for local businesses and not-for-profit organizations.
The business department faculty bring real-world business experience to the classroom. In addition to academic backgrounds in business, the faculty have significant experience working in the business world. Some faculty members have started their own businesses, others have worked internationally,and all bring the business world into the classroom. Having opportunities to integrate classroom learning with real business experiences is a critical part of business education.
- Principles of Marketing (RED) nation-wide competition
- Leadership Seminar, Web-based Simulation “Everest”
Business students (l-r) Karli Graybill, Luis Lopez, Josh Stiffney and Niles Graber Miller, won first prize in the Student Case Competition at MEDA's annual convention in Wichita, Kansas, Nov. 9.
Five students in the Business Capstone class -- Fasica Bayou, Moti Endalew, Niles Graber Miller, Khavoir Graham and Michael Holland – were invited to help the project’s founders and a group of students from the biology department develop the product and identify new sources of funding to support their research.
Students in a Business Capstone class taught by Jerrell Ross Richer, Ph.D. participate in a hands-on learning experience with community partners from the Goshen area.