Every student should strive to expand his or her professional or internship experience during college. This is critical to finding employment upon graduation, particularly in today’s job market. Obtaining professional and internship experience should begin early in a student’s academic career, which means the time to start planning is now!
To fully prepare, educate and support students in finding professional opportunities, the School of Business and Economics offers a comprehensive career development program during both the fall and spring semesters. This course is offered at varying levels for first-year students, sophomores, juniors and seniors.
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- One-on-One Career Coaching
- Hands-on Workshops
- Industry Recruiting Panels
- Jobs and Internship Leads
- Mentorship Program
- CUA on Wall Street Program
Popular Careers by Major
Accounting – CPA, staff accountant, auditor, finance analyst, and office manager.
Economics – business analyst, finance advisor, and economic consulting.
Finance – financial analyst, business analyst, sales representative, investment banker, accountant, and financial advisor.
International Business – financial advisor, consultant, financial analyst, import compliance specialist, and trade specialist.
International Economics and Finance – international economist, trade specialist, financial advisor, international banker, and the foreign service.
Management – human resources manager, business manager, consulting, purchasing manager, sales manager, organizational development manager, and recruiter.
Marketing – marketing manager, advertising account executive, sales associate, public relations specialist.