Helpful academic and career resources for accounting, business and economics students.
Advising is an important and meaningful part of your academic experience at TU. Make the most of it with help from college's dedicated advising resources.
Get tips and resources for your internship search and find important forms and information for internships for credit.
Get involved, get connected and gain experience through exciting student programs, events and competitions exclusively for CBE students.
CBE Spring Career Fair
Feb. 28 | 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
West Village Commons Ballrooms
Get answers to advising-related questions and take advantage of peer advising, internship assistance and more at the college's "one-stop shop" for business and accounting students, Student Academic and Career Services.
Find information related to courses, advising and research as well as professional development and career resources specific to each academic department:
Find need- and merit-based scholarships for CBE students.
Find a student organization to join! Practically every department and academic discipline has clubs where students with shared interests and career goals come together for professional development and social events.
Easily access the college's computer labs and software needed for accounting, business and economics courses.
This career closet provides suits for CBE students with financial limitations as they prepare for the next step in their professional development.
The Tutoring & Learning Center offers tutoring services for CBE courses.
Refine your business writing skills through critique and consultation with the friendly and knowledgeable writing fellows in the CBE Writing Lab.
Need some help with your public speaking and presenting skills? Free, one-on-one sessions with business excellence lecturer Mitchell Tropin are available for CBE students.
To meet with Prof. Tropin to work on your skills, contact him at mjtropin AT_TOWSON.
All accounting, business administration, and Business Systems and Processes (BSAP) majors are required to take a comprehensive test of core business knowledge in the capstone course, MNGT 481 Strategic Management. Most students will take the CBE Comprehensive Test of Core Business Knowledge, which will account for 10% of the student’s grade in the MNGT 481 course. The comprehensive exam covers core business knowledge and skills learned in previous courses. Students should be prepared for the exam and can review the Comprehensive Test of Core Business Knowledge Topics (PDF).
See resources and tools for graduate students to succeed in their academic programs.
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