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Cox School of Business
Joshua is a junior business management major in the Cox School of Business and a political science minor in Dedman College. During spring 2012, he is studying abroad with SMU-in-Australia, which includes a study tour in Asia. He says he’s looking forward to an experience that is only available in college. Continue reading
Trigg is a senior President’s Scholar majoring in business at the Cox School of Business and theatre at Meadows School of the Arts (a combination he likes to call “Show Business”). He is the featured magician in a new Las Vegas magic show called the “Vegas Magic Theatre” January 12-15 at the Gold Coast Casino. Continue reading
Hannah is a junior President’s Scholar majoring in political science in Dedman College and accounting in the Cox School, with a minor in Spanish. In spring 2012, she is in Quito, Ecuador, with BCA and SMU Abroad to study international politics, economic development, and social justice in Latin America. Continue reading
Dean is a University Scholar and a senior accounting major in the Cox School of Business. In summer 2011, he is traveling to Hong Kong with the SMU-in-China Business program to get a firsthand look at modern China’s unique culture and business practices. He says he also plans to do some touring (and attempt to get by without knowing a single word of Chinese …) Continue reading
Jessica is a senior majoring in marketing in the Cox School of Business. During summer and fall 2011, Jessica is studying abroad with SMU-in-Australia. She’s eager to learn about new cultures, meet new people and experience life outside the United States. Continue reading
In July 2011, nine BBA students are participating in the SMU-in-China: Business program at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), in partnership with the Cox School of Business Global Programs Office and SMU Abroad. SMU-in-China: Business is a four-week residential program that introduces students to China’s contemporary economic, political and business environment. The program focuses on business management in the context of Chinese culture and values.
Alessandra is a junior finance major with an economics and French minor. She will be spending Spring 2009 in Denmark with SMU-in-Copenhagen. Continue reading