Back when she was a high school senior, Bethany Rolan was faced with the enviably difficult choice between a spot in the freshman class at the University of Texas-Austin’s Mc Combs School of Business or at Washington University in St. Rolan, who grew up in Lubbock, Texas, originally envisioned herself leaving the Lone Star State and heading to a small out-of-state liberal arts college.
pic.twitter.com/Eioq QTt Em8 Join us at @thepigpensa in San Antonio! pic.twitter.com/Tv0u8EBwm O It was such a great time seeing everyone and catching up with y'all at the Dallas alumni event at Meso Maya!
This is a great opportunity for established San Antonio-area alumni to welcome new grads and interns to the city and share the ins-and-outs about working/living in the area. Thank you to everyone who was able to come out and spend some time with us!
This program has absolutely exceeded my expectations after two and a half years, and I am very fortunate to have been accepted. Because of the intimate classroom environment,the professors know everyone's name and encourage students to attend one on one office hours with them as opposed to teaching assistants who are generally used in large classes.
With smaller classes, participation is usually required.
(Students considering the program are also often considering top schools like Brown University, Duke University, and Stanford University, Prentice says.) The program has a staff of six people, including a dedicated career adviser, and they organize around 80 events a year for business honors students, from career treks to Boston and Seattle to summer study-abroad programs in Argentina, Prentice says. Carey School of Business, Beta Gamma Sigma, business honors programs, Hofstra University’s Frank G.
There are 14 accelerated classes designed specifically for honors students modeled after those taught in the MBA program, and the honors students have a 100% job placement rate, with most choosing between several offers, he notes.“There are a lot of employers who come to campus who want to speak only to our business honors students, or speak to them first,” Prentice says. Rolan was invited to Austin to attend a recruiting weekend for students admitted to the honors program, and she was swayed after spending a few hours with current honors students.She says they raved about the small class sizes, the MBA case study approach taught in class, and invitations to dinners at their professors’ houses.“What really stood out for me was, I knew I was going to get a world-class business education.They are familiar with every student in the program and are knowledgeable when it comes to planning our courses each semester.It is evident that our advisors care about BHP students staying on track to complete their degree plans.1 -- The Accounting programs at Texas Mc Combs have ranked first in Public Accounting Report for 10 years!We are proud to provide world class education along with incredible faculty, staff and students. pic.twitter.com/fg JCpm Sg ZI "From a young age, I knew I was interested in public policy.This encourages students to express their opinions and ask questions when needed. In most other majors, I hear people complain that their advisors don't know what they are doing.There are two advisors for BHP, and I know them both personally.Those who manage to get into the more exclusive business honors programs find themselves gaining valuable access to resources and career opportunities often not available to mainstream students.Business honors programs such as the one at the Mc Combs School are increasingly becoming a valuable tool for universities, administrators say, enhancing their reputations and allowing them to pull in top students to their campuses who might otherwise consider other schools.