Two recent graduates, Daniel Scott and Jourdyn Friend, start positions at Farm Credit of the Virginias after interning with the company.
Maggie Worku '07 double major, business and economics, has found rewarding work as a Transamerica executive, while traveling widely and beginning her own entrepreneurial import business.
Lydia Musselman, Lydia Chappell Deckert and Paul Johnson, students in Professor Roxy Kioko’s "Principles of Management" class at Eastern Mennonite University, tied in 37th place worldwide for the week of March 11-17 in GLO-BUS, a business simulation.
Fifty-one students participated in a field trip to Washington, DC to explore internship opportunities and meet with business leaders.
Wealth and poverty. Finance-related current events. Government programs and policies. Societal economics.
EMU's economics major examines many of society’s most fundamental and controversial issues. As an integral part of a liberal arts education, economics explains how people and societies behave.
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