Students participating in the RBP will be enrolled in special reserved sections of high demand freshman classes such as writing and mathematics. They are also required to register for 1 credit seminar courses designed to enhance students’ academic, career, and professional development experiences as future business leaders:
BUS 101: Freshman Seminar for College of Business Students (1st year Fall Semester)
This course focuses on developing the business leader in you through providing information and empowering students to set academic, career, and leadership goals. Students will be introduced to resources available through the Broad College of Business and MSU, will learn about the various business majors and careers available, and will have an opportunity to interact and develop relationships with Broad College faculty, staff, and upper class students.
BUS 102: Career Seminar for Business (1st year Spring Semester)
This course is designed to assist 1st year students in the exploration of professional fields in business, as well as to introduce students to the Lear Career Center and other available career services. It provides opportunities to meet professionals in the field, practice communication and presentation skills, and interact with peers in small group teams.
BUS 201: Sophomore Seminar for Business (2nd year Fall or Spring Semester)
This course is an advanced version of the BUS 101 and 102 introductory courses. Topics that will be addressed include: multicultural competence, professional decision making and identity development, career strategies, working in a diverse team, and developing professional mentor relationships.
Unique opportunities are also available to enhance student learning, academic and career success:
- One-on-One Academic Advising (Undergraduate Academic Services)
- Free Tutorial Services (Multicultural Business Programs and/or Learning Resource Center)
- Career Advising and Internship Preparation (Lear Career Services Center)
- Mentoring with Upper Class students in the Broad College of Business
- Gast Business Library