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Program Level Learning Outcomes for the Undergraduate Business Management Major:
- Students will be able to apply the fundamental principles in the functional areas of business.
- Students will be able to integrate the functional areas of business and the broader community to informed decision making.
- Students will be able to apply ethical principles to leadership and management decisions.
- Students will be able to apply fundamental quantitative and qualitative support tools for decision-making.
- Students will be able to demonstrate effective professional communication skills as individuals and as productive members of teams.
- Students will be able to explain the global dimensions of business in a diverse environment.
Claire Senita '14 was featured in the Spring 2016 issue of The Pittsburgh Foundation's publication, 'Community Forum'. Senita, who suffered a spinal cord injury in 2006, is crafting a business plan to launch a Journey Forward franchise in her native Pittsburgh, a non-profit, exercise based program designed to assist those with spinal cord injuries.
"Curry prepared me for my current position as a Central Buyer at Wayfair in many ways. My four internships prepared me more than I believe anyone or anything else could have. That real world, hands-on experience I gained two years before starting my first job right out of college made me more prepared, experienced, and ready to hit the ground running," says Christine Nguyen '15, Business Management.
"The experience, contacts, and overall knowledge I gained during my internship at Former Senator (John) Kerry's Office really helped to prepare me for post-graduation life." - Michael Griffin '12, Inbound Marketing Consultant at HubSpot in Cambridge, MA.