Pre-Business

Business Through LSA

What does business mean to you? Finance? Marketing? Human resources? Operations management? Consulting? Your options are limitless…find your fit through LSA

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The LSA AdvantageA liberal arts degree provides vital skills for those looking to succeed in any business field, including:

Newnan LSA advisors are happy to talk with you about what a business career means to you, and how LSA can help you achieve your goals. A liberal arts degree provides vital skills for those looking to succeed in any business field, including:

  • The ability to write and communicate persuasively
  • The ability to analyze quantitative information
  • The ability to work effectively with diverse populations
  • The ability to think creatively
  • The ability to envision, develop, and oversee complex projects from start to finish

Learn more: lsa.umich.edu/advising/academicplanning/prebusiness

The Internship AdvantageThe LSA Internship Network connects you with employers offering a wide variety of internships that can help LSA students get experience for their future in business.

The LSA Internship Network connects you with employers offering a wide variety of internships that can help LSA students get experience for their future in business.  Last year, the network helped students find internships across the country and all over the world, including at such firms as J.P. Morgan and Goldman Sachs.

The network also offers two, one-credit courses that will help guide your search and make the most of your internship opportunity. And last year, more than $540,000 in scholarship support was awarded to students to support internship experiences.

Learn more: lsa.umich.edu/students/internships

 

Building Your AdvantageThere’s a range of LSA workshops, collaborative events, and U-M support services available to you while you are preparing for a career in business.

There’s a range of LSA workshops, collaborative events, and U-M support services available to you while you are preparing for a career in business.

Attend Upcoming Business through LSA Events

Other University Resources

The U-M Career Center

Reflect on your interests and values using self-assessment tools, brainstorm options with a career advisor, attend a résumé workshop, and sign up for a mock interview to practice articulating your experiences and skills.

 

The U-M Alumni Association

Network, consult the Alumni Association’s career guides, set up informational interviews, order free business cards, and have an alum review your résumé for free.