COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
Louisiana Tech University’s Professional Master of Business Administration continues to be recognized as a top program in the nation. The College of Business was ranked No. 3 on College Consensus’ list of “25 Best Value Online MBA Programs” and ranked No. 14 on Business Student’s report of “Editor’s Choice Best Online MBA Programs.”
Accounting alumnus Warren Wolf recently received the Elijah Watt Sells Award for earning one of the top CPA exam scores in the nation. Only 110 candidates — out of nearly 86,000 individuals — met the criteria to receive this prestigious award given annually by the American Institute of CPAs.
Recent Master of Accountancy graduate Allison Hale was the 2019 Louisiana Tech University recipient of the Federation of Schools of Accountancy (FSA) Student Award, given annually to the outstanding MAcc student.
Doctoral Candidate earns research award from International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines
Sabinah Wanjugu, a doctoral student within the College of Business at Louisiana Tech University, recently received a research award at the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD) Spring 2019 Conference...
Awarded to first-year undergraduates from Caddo and Bossier parishes, recipients receive $8,000 per academic year, for up to four years, to assist with tuition, room and board, books, and fees. This award is in addition to Louisiana’s TOPS.
Dr. Mary Marshall receives award from Center for Audit Quality and American Accounting Association Auditing Section
Mary Marshall, PhD, CPA, assistant professor of accounting at Louisiana Tech University, has been selected as the recipient of one of four Access to Audit Personnel Program awards given by the Center for Audit Quality (CAQ) and the Auditing Section of the American Accounting Association (AAA).
When Carli Whitfield and her team of other Louisiana Tech University students won first place at the Top Dog New Venture Championship for their device that stores diabetes supplements and regulates their temperature, the victory hit close to home for Whitfield.
Business students present at Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas’ 2019 Economic Scholars Program Conference
Senior economics major Sam Dinnat of Alexandria examined the impact of Fed excess reserve policy on interest rate volatility and its impact on macro variable forecasts, while senior finance major Grant Nelson of Lake Charles researched exchange rate pass through (the effect of international pricing on exchange rates) in NAFTA countries.
Louisiana Tech graduate student Ryan Walters will make a small business trip this month.To China.Walters, who earned his computer science degree from Tech in 2016 and is working toward his MBA, will fly 15 hours from Dallas to Shanghai, then...
Team Polar Case won first place and $3,000 in the 2019 Top Dog New Venture Championship for its all-in-one device that holds the most important diabetes supplies in a compact, temperature controlled, inconspicuous unit.