COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
Students graduating from the College of Business during the 2020-21 academic year achieved a record 97% overall placement rate within six months post-grad. 96% of undergraduates and 100% of MBA and MAcc graduates secured jobs or admission to graduate school within six months of graduation.
Breanne Mertz and Louis Zmich received the Best Paper Award during a special doctoral student research session focusing on future trends in consumer behavior at the 2022 AMA conference.
The College of Business was ranked No. 98 in the nation in the 2023 Best Graduate Schools list released by U.S. News & World Report—up eight spots over last year’s ranking.
Sustainable Supply Chain Management major Jewel Theiler talks about her major and why she chose to pursue a career in logistics.
Dr. Marcia Simmering Dickerson’s latest publication in Organizational Research Methods helps academics develop higher quality surveys, leading to more accurate tests of theory and practice.
Since 2017, nearly a dozen Louisiana Tech graduates have launched their careers in various locations and positions at Southeastern Freight Lines, a leading provider for less-than-truckload transportation services with 90 locations.
Produced by the Center for Economic Research in collaboration with faculty and students in the College of Business, the report is a quarterly publication designed to provide insight into recent economic developments in Louisiana.
Louisiana Tech University recently hosted its annual Undergraduate Research Symposium to celebrate the academic research, scholarly activity, and service-learning experiences of students within each of the University’s five colleges.
Executives from the nation’s largest organizations teach students about diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace
The College of Business recently hosted its fourth annual Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Workplace event with over 900 students, faculty, alumni, employer partners, and community members participating.
Nearly 400 high school students from North Louisiana attended the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) District I and II annual conference on Louisiana Tech’s campus.