Gain an advantage in the competitive job market by getting early exposure to career concepts and enriched opportunities for professional development.
Learn how to put your business education into action upon graduation.
The KU School of Business Professionalism Program helps Business Jayhawks keep their career goals on track and design their future. The program combines a series of six, 1-credit courses focused on career and professional excellence with the Platform for Professional Excellence (ePlatform). The ePlatform documents participation in a variety of outside-of-course activities promoting excellence in professionalism.
From workshops to badges and certifications, the Professionalism Program will have numerous opportunities. Students will be able to demonstrate the full range of their activities to potential employers in new ways.
Lay the groundwork for personal and professional development.
Gain exposure to cutting-edge topics, trends and technologies.
Connect with a career advisor, set career goals, and develop your resume and interviewing skills.
Explore careers and career-related topics in various business disciplines based on your major or career path. Major-specific 230 courses will be available, and students in those majors will be encouraged to take the 230 course for their chosen or anticipated major.
Apply the skills you’ve learned with a professional-level internship component, which can be completed between your sophomore and junior year or between your junior and senior year, though exceptions can be made.
Prepare for a successful transition to life after college by reflecting, integrating and synthesizing your professional development.
For more information or questions regarding the Professionalism Program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Platform for Professional Excellence, or ePlatform, guides Business Jayhawks' engagement beyond the classroom, documenting and tracking activities, and providing an opportunity to showcase their skills.
BUS 310: Internships with Impact
Students who wish to fulfill their internship requirement for graduation must obtain an internship and submit it for approval prior to enrolling in BUS 310.