COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
This agreement creates greater opportunity for students of both Louisiana Tech and Grambling State, allowing them to earn the Master of Accountancy, sit for the CPA exam, and begin successful careers sooner to make a positive impact on our region and state.
According to Dean Chris Martin, this ranking is yet another testament to our strong academic programs and engaged faculty who ensure our students are prepared to make an impact on the world.
Tech’s Professional Master of Business Administration has once again been recognized as a top program in the nation with a No. 2 ranking on College Consensus’ 2020 list of “Best Value Online MBA Programs.”
Suanne Hammons, a master of accountancy student, was recently awarded a $10,000 scholarship by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) intended to encourage outstanding accounting students to pursue careers in audit.
An anonymous benefactor has established an Endowed Professorship that will provide critical research support to a distinguished faculty member in the School of Accountancy.
This 18-hour certificate helps students develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities to excel in positions in information systems and network security—one of the fastest growing industries in Louisiana.
The College of Business and School of Accountancy have been extended accreditation by Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International — a hallmark of excellence in business education earned by less than 10 percent of the world’s business schools.
Managing a Financial Crisis: How student-analysts overcame COVID-related challenges and persevered in bear market
Student-analysts recently presented the Student Managed Investment Fund annual report to industry professionals during their virtual advisory board Spring meeting. The $1 million fund, established through the generosity of alumni, is managed by undergraduate finance majors who are responsible for all investment research, portfolio positions, and reporting.
Team DuaSock took home the top prize in this year’s Top Dog New Venture Championship held virtually in May. Eight multi-disciplinary teams competed in the competition.
Dean Chris Martin recently announced the 2020 Just Business grant recipients. This giving circle, comprised of alumni and friends, awarded four grants to impactful projects totaling $17,000.