Career Management

Course Info

Baylor Business Career Management

The Hankamer School of Business believes in assisting its students with their career management.

Undergraduate

While the undergraduate Career Management courses are not required, they are both relevant to all students pursuing a business degree. The courses work in concert with business executives, alumni and others to connect people, link resources and establish a network of support for every student actively seeking employment. This ongoing collaboration during the academic and professional experience affords participants many opportunities to develop skills in self-assessment, career exploration and continuous learning through personal development. These skills are critical to continued growth and advancement beyond the formal education.

Graduate

MBA students are required to take two semesters of Professional Career Development classes. These are each 1 hour classes that meet once per week for 11 weeks. The courses work in concert with business executives, alumni and others to connect people, link resources and establish a network of support for every student actively seeing internship opportunities and employment. This ongoing collaboration during the MBA experience affords you many opportunities to develop skills in self-assessment, career exploration, and continuous learning through personal development.

During the fall semester, students in these courses travel to New York City for a week for the Baylor MBA Leadership Summit. It is a week full of networking, meetings with industry leaders, case studies with a variety of company and treks to places like Bloomberg, NASDAQ and the 9/11 Museum. This is one of the highlights during our students’ time during the MBA program.

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