The Tabor School of Business creates opportunities for students to perform and compete, early and often, to build the confidence to succeed. We expect commitment, hard work, accountability, and honesty.
Students learn and develop successful business practices. Students will be better prepared for their career path when they perform what they have learned. Performance Learning projects include student-run ventures, small business consulting teams, client projects, internships, auditing projects, business plans, student-managed investment fund, and numerous other opportunities to demonstrate their learning. Tabor students develop skills and attitudes needed to compete and succeed in the workplace by:
- Doing in-field work early and often.
- Customizing their experience by learning marketable skills through certificates.
- Take an optional fifth year and complete a Master’s of Business Administration (MBA).
The four-year experience
Tabor students have an integrated experience with companion learning labs that tie key components together. The four-year experience involves:
- Year 1: Early Business Engagement
- Year 2: Sharpened Thinking and Enhanced Communication
- Year 3: Expertise Building, Management, and Leadership
- Year 4: Demonstrating Mastery
Students who major in Tabor:
- Develop a personal brand and vision.
- Create business plans and assess risk.
- Use spreadsheets, word processing, database, and project management software to get work done.
- Prepare financial statements and communicate financial information.
- Use financial and statistical information to make decisions.
- Create and deliver formal written reports and oral business presentations, lead meetings, and engage in professional conversations.
- Work with third parties in the community early and often.
- Develop strategic plans.