The Johnson College of Business and Economics is involved in the process of planning for the future. In order to better serve our various stakeholders, we need your help. We’d like to know what initiatives you think should be our priorities for the future.
Please read the following list of initiatives for the Johnson College of Business and Economics and select the top three that you think we should focus on in the 2012-2013 academic year. You should place a checkmark beside the three initiatives you find most important from the list below.
Student Success Enhance Johnson College of Business and Economics student learning opportunities for professional soft skills, e.g., leadership, etiquette, networking, etc. Create student “Excellence” program at The George
Catalyst for Innovative Business Thinking Initiate a Community Business WeekOffer a Johnson College of Business and Economics Speakers Series Improve communication of success to stakeholders
Experiential Learning Engage local business leaders and organizations in classes at The George Expand international university and business partnerships Increase and enhance Johnson College internship program
Economic Development Partner with entrepreneursLaunch incubation support program for start-up businesses at The GeorgeExpand Johnson College faculty engagement with the business community
New Program DevelopmentIntegrate non-profit major into the Johnson College of Business and EconomicsDevelop Johnson College entrepreneurship majorExplore offering a masters degree
Program ExpansionIncrease continuing education program offerings at The GeorgeDevelop a targeted “Return to Learn” program for non-traditional studentsGrow in Greenville
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