Benefits and Requirements

The Benefits of iBACE

  • Exposure to business skills that will enable students to apply their skills in the workplace.
  • Exposure to content including marketing, fundraising, and assessment.
  • Exposure to professional development experiences.
  • Internship work experience that integrates the student's discipline with applications in business.

iBACE Requirements

The iBACE program contains three links: course work, a practical work experience, and a seminar for students seeking an internship - a program designed to prepare you for current and future business trends in the professional workplace.

Link #1: Course Work

iBACE incorporates nine credit-hours of course work that will introduce you to three building blocks of business training:

  • Accounting 210
  • Marketing 325
  • Management 377

Link #2: Internship

Real work experience serves as a vital component of your career preparation. Through an internship in your field, you will gain exposure to the inner workings of operations and management within your chosen area of study as well as make meaningful connections to potential employers and enrich your academic career.

Link #3: EXED 090

A Career Services Seminar for students seeking an internship. Covers job interviewing, resume preparation, currently available internships, and details of program administration.