Special Programs

Living-learning communities

Living-learning communities, known as LLCs, are residential communities with a special emphasis on an academic major or interest area. The Bulls Business Network, an organization for high-achieving first-year students, provides an avenue for students to enjoy early admission to the business school with special registration and other opportunities, including two LLCs targeting business majors (students must be BBN members to live in the LLCs).

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 business classroom.

Corporate Mentor Program

The Corporate Mentor Program, exclusively for USF business students, pairs Tampa Bay's executives with students for a year-long program. Volunteers in the Corporate Mentor Program are business professionals who provide guidance and opportunities for these first-generation business students. Students might shadow an executive at a Chamber of Commerce meeting, enjoy a monthly lunch session or the tag along on a corporate presentation.

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.

Bulls to Business Program

The Bulls to Business program is a four-week long summer program that offers early admission to the Muma College of Business for first-year business students. The program is highly selective, allowing 33 students to complete specialized courses that will give them an early advantage in preparation for their future careers.