Cooperman Business Center, Business Advising Students interested in a career in business pursue a wide array of opportunities, industries and functions and therefore come from a wide variety of majors including humanities, sciences and social sciences. Many employers agree critical skills, in general, for a career in business include: communication skills, teamwork, problem-solving, project management, and quantitative capability. While there is not a major or minor in business, launching in Spring of 2020, there is a new Business Studies certificate allowing students to gain a recognized credential demonstrating both a facility with some basic business concepts and training, as well as a targeted interest in the world of business.
Cooperman Business Center offers programming, resources, advice and opportunities for students to explore and pursue internships and full-time opportunities in various fields of business, including finance, consulting, marketing, entrepreneurship, tech and many other areas. The Cooperman Business Center Advising offices are located on the 7th floor of the East Building, Pre-Professional Suite E713. All interested students are encouraged to subscribe for our listserv on the pre-business site to receive valuable information, resources and opportunities. For questions or appointments, students can visit the website or email business advisers: Peggy Segal at email@example.com or Naomi Press at firstname.lastname@example.org.