Nov 13, 2019  
2018-2019 General Catalog 
    
2018-2019 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG–FOR INFORMATION ONLY]

School of Business


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Mary Pearson – BU 302 – (435) 586-5440
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(435) 586-5401
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R. Kim Craft – BU 319 – (435) 586-5414
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KayLynn Jensen – BU 303B – (435) 586-5401
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Mission

The School of Business offers an experiential learning environment that combines theory and practice. We prepare students, with a rural heritage, to become fully engaged productive and ethical leaders in the local, national, and global environments. Our regional service area encompasses southern Utah. In order to fulfill its mission, the School of Business

  • engages students by emphasizing experiential learning activities and individual attention both inside and outside the classroom;
  • empowers students and faculty to discover and apply knowledge for ethical leadership, innovation, and global awareness;
  • attracts, rewards, and retains faculty who support student engagement and make relevant intellectual contribution to their fields, emphasizing applied and pedagogical activity; and
  • serves in academia, the professions, and society, providing management expertise and collaborative support.

School Program Goals & Learning Outcomes

We will produce business graduates at the baccalaureate level who:

  1. Are able to communicate effectively through written documents and oral presentations.
  2. Understand ethical issues and standards as they relate to business within society.
  3. Possess the technical and analytical skills that are generally used to facilitate decision making in complex environments.
  4. Are familiar with the fundamental principles and tools associated with each major functional area of business.
  5. Have strong critical thinking skills.

Departments, Programs, & Centers

Department of Accounting

Go to information for this department.

Programs

Bachelor’s Degree

Minor

Department of Economics and Finance

Go to information for Department of Economics and Finance.

Programs

Bachelor’s Degree

Minor

Department of Management, Marketing, and Hospitality

Go to information for Department of Management, Marketing, and Hospitality.

Programs

Associate’s Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

Certificate (Undergraduate)

Certificate (Graduate)

Minor

Department of Military Science

Go to information for Department of Military Science.

Programs

Minor

Add-On Program

Master of Accountancy

Go to information for Master of Accountancy.

Programs

Master’s Degree

Master of Business Administration

Go to information for Master of Business Administration.

Programs

Master’s Degree

Centers

Other Information

Accreditation

Undergraduate and graduate business programs (Accounting , Finance , Management , Marketing , Master of Accountancy , and Master of Business Administration ) in the School of Business are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

Internships

Regional companies and governmental institutions provide exceptional opportunities for students to develop business skills in a “professional” environment. In addition, students may complete internships overseas or spend a semester or year abroad. Students’ internship assignments are jointly supervised by company management and SUU faculty members. Academic credit is awarded for internships and financial compensation is usually available.

More information is available from the School of Business Career Coach and Employment Outreach Coordinator:

Person IconBrandon Armstrong
BU 109 – (435) 586-5456

Scholarships

Scholarships are available to students demonstrating excellence in their business core classes. Students must submit the appropriate applications by March 1. Interested students should contact the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships, Sharwan Smith Center, Room 167, (435) 586-7735.

Student Organizations

The best learning experiences include participation in organizations outside the classroom. Among the many student organizations of interest to business majors are the following:

  • Beta Gamma Sigma Business Honor Society
  • Collegiate DECA (Marketing)
  • Economics Club
  • Entrepreneurship Club
  • Finance Club
  • Hospitality Management Guild
  • PAC (Professional Accountancy Club)
  • PBL (Phi Beta Lambda - Professional Business Leaders)