Inspire students to put academics to work.
We hear from business professionals about what they wish they knew as undergrads, the underlying skills that make them successful, and how experience is a shaping force. In many ways, the knowledge required to navigate complex organizations, execute a successful business strategy, and advance a career only happens with the relevant experience. We asked the question – can we accelerate the process? Is it possible to tap into the knowledge gained through years of experience by industry professionals and bring that to our students so they can get a head start on advancing their own careers? Our answer is Business in Practice.
Business · partnership
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Practice · based learning
B-Impact: How Students gain Sustainability Skills through Real-World Applications
Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics’ Business in Practice (BiP) program partnered with...
How Industry Disruption Prepares Students from College to Career
Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics’ Business in Practice (BiP) Program uses...
BiP students Excel in the Business World
Zach Broder, a senior Business Administration major and Economics minor at The University of New...