BMSI - Freeman Learning

Why attend the Business Minor Summer Institute?

The Business Minor Summer Institute is taught by Freeman's distinguished faculty and will provide you with the skills you need to excel in the corporate world.  Additional benefits include:

  • Enhancing your resume
  • Networking with business professionals and alumni
  • Diversifying your academic portfolio
  • Boosting your confidence
  • Accessing Freeman's Career Management Center

 

 

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Career Capital

Annie Diebold, a Science and Engineering graduate of 2010, earned a major in Cell and Molecular Biology and a minor in Business from Tulane University. She was offered a job as a Research Associate with the LSU Health Sciences Center, a job that is not typically offered to new college graduates, because of her minor in business.

"Since I didn't have much room in my schedule, my business minor was a great option to help me diversify my studies. It allowed me the opportunity to get some experience on the business end of things, and ultimately gave me the one up I needed to get my job."

65. Freeman Means Options: Megan Guy (MBA ’15)

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Kody Hoese (BSM ’20), a Freeman School junior majoring in finance, was selected with the 25th pick in the first round of the 2019 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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Influential Network

You've earned a minor in business from the Freeman School, so now what? Whether you continue to master your major and complete your undergraduate degree at Tulane or you're already climbing the corporate ladder of today's global market, the Office of Undergraduate Education wants to hear from you! Let us know where you are, what you are up to, and how your business minor has afforded you the competitive edge.

Contact Angie Hoffer at ahoffer@tulane.edu or 504-865-5457.

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