On Saturday May 14, 2011, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh College of Business wrapped up another successful semester by participating in the University commencement ceremony. The COB graduated 293 undergraduate students on Saturday. These talented and successful graduates will be able to take their outstanding education and move further on into the competitive career world.
51 completed their MBA degree
63 completed a marketing major
49 completed an accounting major
46 completed an HR management major
44 completed finance a major
38 completed an economics major
35 completed a supply chain and operations management major
15 completed a management information systems major
97 completed double majors
7 students completed a minor in insurance and financial planning
5 students completed global business minors
1 student completed an operations research minor
In addition to graduation, the COB has had numerous other successful moments throughout the spring 2011 semester. There have been several unique student projects that have allowed students to work with alumni and business professionals to gain real-world experiences. Undergraduate COB students received 44 scholarships totaling $33,300 for the 2010-11 academic year. Beta Gamma Sigma, the business honor society, inducted 59 members including 27 seniors, 15 juniors and 17 MBA students.
The Ambassador program also continued to flourish with 32 Ambassadors selected for this coming fall. Several professors have been honored with national awards and endowments for excellence in teaching. Additionally, the COB has maintained its accreditation by AACSB International — the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
This fall is set to be full of excitement for the COB. In addition to moving from the Clow Social Sciences building to the new academic building, Sage Hall, the faculty will add three new professors and begin implementing the new standards for student admission to the college.
Check back for exciting updates and pictures when the College of Business moves across the street to the brand new Sage Hall academic building!
*All data is unofficial at this time awaiting official grade data.