After nearly two years of research and design, the University of Alabama at Birmingham has launched its new Entrepreneurship Degree at the Collat School of Business. The new degree program officially launches in Fall 2020, but most of its required classes are offered already. So we spoke with some of the first students in the program to hear what they think so far.
For graduating seniors, job hunting can be one of the most stressful parts of graduation. Luckily, the UAB Collat School of Business has an excellent program that connects students with potential employers and helps prepare them for the job search long before they graduate.
Across the nation, schools, colleges and universities have temporarily eliminated physical classes in an effort to flatten the curve and stop the spread of Coronavirus. The University of Alabama at Birmingham is no exception—on March 25, the university transitioned its on-campus classes online. Luckily, the UAB Collat School of Business is no stranger to online classes—in fact, they’ve been offering them for more than a decade. More than 1/3 of their students are online-only students.
Here’s what you need to know about online classes and some handy tips to making a successful transition online.
With a brand-new building and an award-winning program, the UAB Collat School of Business is one of the nation’s best resources for students looking to enter the business world. No matter where they start, the school prepares each and every student for success.
Whether you’re a recent graduate, a seasoned professional or just looking to gain marketable skills, the Professional Education Program at UAB’s Collat School of Business can help you get from point A to point B. I got to sit down with director Cori Perdue for an inside look at the program. Here’s what I learned.