25 Under 25
The 25 Under 25 program recognizes 25 outstanding undergraduate student leaders of the Muma College of Business under the age of 25. Students chosen must be individuals who have excelled in academics, professional development, leadership, and community/campus service early in their collegiate careers.
Bulls Business Community
Living Learning Communities, known as LLCs, are residential communities with a special emphasis on an academic major or an area of interest. The Bulls Business Network, an organization for high-achieving first-year students, provides an avenue for aspiring business students to enjoy early admission to the business school and take advantage of special registration and advising opportunities.
Business Case Competitions
In the competitions, students work on a “live case”: a situation facing a company dealing with real-time strategic and/or operating challenges and opportunities. For the in-house competitions, students apply for one of 20-30 slots in the competition. A team of faculty selects the top students from the applicant pool, who then form 4-6 teams of five students each.
Business Honors Program
Exclusively for the nation’s best and most motivated learners, this highly selective program provides talented students with opportunities to learn from USF’s best faculty. USF’s Business Honors Program blends rigorous coursework and research activities with special residential, service, international, and applied learning opportunities found inside and outside of the classroom.
Center for Entrepreneurship
The USF Center for Entrepreneurship is a nationally-ranked, multidisciplinary, campus-wide center focusing on entrepreneurial education, training, and research. By using innovative, interdisciplinary approaches, the center provides opportunities for students in the fields of business, engineering, health sciences, and sustainability.
Corporate Mentor Program
The Corporate Mentor Program, exclusively for USF business students, has partnered with Tampa Bay's executives to create a program to help. Volunteers in the Corporate Mentor Program are business professionals who provide guidance and opportunities for these first generation Bulls, such as the opportunity to shadow an executive at a Chamber of Commerce meeting, or the chance to tag along on a corporate presentation.
Today's businesses are challenged with finding and retaining great employees. Today's students place priority on finding and keeping a great job. The win/win solution is epitomized in the Muma College of Business Marketing Internship course.
Student Managed Investment Fund
The Student Managed Investment Fund is an educational 'business' housed in the Muma College of Business. The investment fund offers motivated, well-prepared students the opportunity to participate in simulated financial management strategies and decisions as well as to manage 'real money in real time.'
Business Ethics Initiative
Open to any USF Muma College of Business undergraduate student, the new Business Ethics Initiative is a new opportunity for USF to recognize undergraduate students who have made significant efforts to learn about and promote ethical behavior, specifically as it applies to business.