CBA to offer new experiential learning courses

This winter, the College of Business Administration will launch two new forms of experiential learning for students. MBA 5960, Integrated Field Project, will have graduate students serve as management consultants to Southwest Solutions, a prominent non-profit organization here in Detroit. The experience of solving real problems for an organization will substitute …

International Hour bridges cultures

Each semester, College of Business Administration International Student Counselor Yuping Yang arranges for the College’s Student Advisory Board (SAB) to partner with the Chinese Students Association in hosting International Hour where students can sample ethnic foods and learn more about each other’s cultures. In November, keynote speaker was former SAB …

19 is CBA’s Lucky Number!

Although we printed and distributed hundreds of commemorative T-shirts over the past year in celebration of the College of Business Administration’s centennial, we could just as well have printed sports jerseys with our lucky number — 19.  In the Fall, U.S. News & World Report ranked our undergraduate Management program the nineteenth …

GM Student Corps, 5 years of changing lives

The GM Student Corps celebrates its fifth and largest year, helping young people in underserved school districts transform their communities and jump start their futures. Students spent Thursday, July 20, at University of Detroit Mercy’s McNichols Campus working with faculty and learning important life skills as they prepare for college. Pershing High …