Put your business skills to the test in this unique, hands-on capstone project proposing solutions for real businesses.
During the required upper-level MNGT 481 Strategic Management course, senior-level accounting, business administration and e-business majors test the knowledge and skills they have learned throughout their academic careers in a course-wide competition. Teams in each class section tackle a real business case provided by a local company.
The competition not only challenges you to think on many different levels at once but exercise your communication and presentation skills as well. It’s a valuable opportunity to say you've researched and provided solutions to a real business problem and to potentially present to company executives.
Every academic term, one company provides a case based on a question or issue the company is considering. Students across all sections of MNGT 481 are divided into teams and given three weeks to research and prepare a written report and presentation. Teams present to their classes and the winning team from each class section goes on to the final where they present to executives from the company.
|1st Mariner Bank||Spring 2016|
|1st Mariner Bank||Fall 2015|
Fall 2017 SECU
Spring 2017 Cintas
Fall 2016 Cintas
Spring 2016 1st Mariner Bank
Fall 2015 1st Mariner Bank
|First Place||MNGT 481-44 Team 2||Amos Campbell, Meredith Price, Meghan Price, Madison Bove, & Renate Van Oorschodt|
|Second Place||Towson Consulting Group||Brie Ferrara, Janet Hengen, Zach Dorn, Matt Mazur, John Goodwin, & John Kum|
|Third Place||Tiger Consulting||Charles Kibbe, Andrew Boyer, Merrick Kressley, Joe Crivaro, & Chase Schulte|
|First Place||Pro Team 6||Aaron Stepp, Amber Ciccotto, Bezayet Kifle, Colin Nicholson, Derek Glocker, & Marcele Viana|
|Second Place||Business as Usual||Rachel Fredman, Jennifer Hoffman, Jason Radomsky, Ibrahim Magadji, & Matt Taylor|
|Third Place||Common Cintas||Blake Maciel, Grace Gonzalez, Aliza Glatter, Kristen Robinson, Marcio Lopes, & Brandon Szapiro|
|First Place||406 Champions||
Segun Adeniji, Christina Basuino, Sean O’Grady
|Second Place||TRAILS||Laurie Brown, Taylor Brown, Sheldon Dipnarine, Reinner Malenab, Kevin Truong|
|Third Place||Team 6 Pack||Rachel Ermatinger, Austin McWethy, Joshua Bauman, Eric Winn, Matthew Stevens, Jason Clark|
|First Place||Reach Millennial Businesses||Steven Bond, Autumn Hill, John Johnson, Betelihem Kabtiymer, and Marcus Nejad|
|Second Place||Change It Up||Kristin Arceri, Cat Cavalier, Karlie Damato, Kristen Cerbone, and Kristen Van Dyke|
|Third Place||Agents 001||Sam Anthwal, Samanthan Galbraith, Bradley Kijawa, Mario Renta, Arash Shishbaradran, and Zack Smit|
|First Place||Open Doors Consulting||Benjamin Huff, Assitan Kone, Jenna Krakowski, Jennifer Yeboah, and Brandon Osborne||View|
|Second Place||The Funky Five||Katie Booker, Nicholas Budosh, Brady Byer, Jessa Winazak, and Daniel Woodall||View|
|Third Place||Team Winners||Guylene Ewane, Joe Greenway, Kelly Lotosky, Travis Mays, and Kaela Vance||View|