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Career Management
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Career Management

We take a unique approach to career management that focuses on student outcomes. The results speak for themselves. 

Industries and careers are complex, but we work with every student to develop a personalized career management plan to help you meet your professional goals. As a part of your OHIO Guarantee+ graduation plan, we’ll provide you with the mentorship, coaching, and career milestones that support your journey. 

Ohio University Business graduates have jobs at graduation
Ohio University Business graduates get jobs within 3 months
of our students have an internship before graduation

Career Experience

We don’t hand out jobs. We give students access to exceptional coaching, tools, and resources to develop a successful career. We partner with industry leading employers that recognize the value our graduates bring to their organization. From job exploration and resume writing to career fairs and interviews, we are here to assist you.

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More Business Student Benefits

  • Career Classes

    All students in the College of Business complete two required courses (BA 1000 and BA 2000) that not only serve as an introduction to the college and career management practices, but that also provide tactical strategies for career searches and activities related to your intentional career management.

  • Required Internship

    All College of Business students complete at least one internship or experiential learning program (though many complete more than one). Our internship immersion course helps you reflect on your experiences and provides strategies on how to thoughtfully articulate past experiences to secure future opportunities. 

  • Employer Relations

    Our industry outreach efforts bring major employers to you. Around 300 employers recruit Business Bobcats each year, through student organization engagement, semesterly career fairs, networking events and campus visits.