Business Professional student Supporting the Readiness Program

The Professional Readiness Program - a unique element of UNIBusiness undergraduate education - depends on the support of three stakeholder groups:

Students The key players in the educational process are, of course, the students themselves. They must embrace the hard work and high standards expected of them at UNIBusiness.

Faculty A first-rate education featuring cutting-edge business knowledge requires a skilled, hard working, demanding faculty.

Professionals Our alumni and partnering business professionals volunteer for the Professional Readiness Program to model and communicate the "street smarts," practical know-how and professional experience that our students need.

If each of these stakeholders-students, faculty, and business professionals-does its part, UNIBusiness can achieve its educational intent by graduating students with the ability to immediately differentiate themselves when entering the workplace.

Excerpted from "Expressing our Educational Identity," Dean Moussavi's PRP introduction, from the UNIBusiness Alumni Magazine (2007).

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How Can You Help?
A distinguishing feature of the Professional Readiness Program is the energetic involvement of UNIBusiness alumni, business partners, and working professionals who have recognized the important role they can play in the educational development of our students.

Join one of our support groups
The Executive Support Network is a group of alumni, employers, and business leaders who have volunteered to work directly with students as participants in program activities. Members of the Corporate Support Network have committed to bring cutting edge professional training to campus by lending professional trainers, speakers or mentors to the Professional Skills Program. To discuss how you or your organization can support the PRP program, contact Professional Readiness Program Director, Dale Cyphert, CBB 5, 319-273-6150.


Becoming A Professional | Readiness Program

Business Professional Student

Supporting the Readiness Program

The Professional Readiness Program - a unique element of UNIBusiness undergraduate education - depends on the support of three stakeholder groups:

Students The key players in the educational process are, of course, the students themselves. They must embrace the hard work and high standards expected of them at UNIBusiness.

Faculty A first-rate education featuring cutting-edge business knowledge requires a skilled, hard working, demanding faculty.

Professionals Our alumni and partnering business professionals volunteer for the Professional Readiness Program to model and communicate the "street smarts," practical know-how and professional experience that our students need.

If each of these stakeholders-students, faculty, and business professionals-does its part, UNIBusiness can achieve its educational intent by graduating students with the ability to immediately differentiate themselves when entering the workplace.

Excerpted from "Expressing our Educational Identity," Dean Moussavi's PRP introduction, from the UNIBusiness Alumni Magazine (2007).

Full Text

How Can You Help?
A distinguishing feature of the Professional Readiness Program is the energetic involvement of UNIBusiness alumni, business partners, and working professionals who have recognized the important role they can play in the educational development of our students.

Join one of our support groups
The Executive Support Network is a group of alumni, employers, and business leaders who have volunteered to work directly with students as participants in program activities. Members of the Corporate Support Network have committed to bring cutting edge professional training to campus by lending professional trainers, speakers or mentors to the Professional Skills Program. To discuss how you or your organization can support the PRP program, contact Professional Readiness Program Director, Dale Cyphert, CBB 5, 319-273-6150.

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Becoming a Professional | Readiness Program

Business Professional Student

Supporting the Readiness Program

The Professional Readiness Program - a unique element of UNIBusiness undergraduate education - depends on the support of three stakeholder groups:

Students The key players in the educational process are, of course, the students themselves. They must embrace the hard work and high standards expected of them at UNIBusiness.

Faculty A first-rate education featuring cutting-edge business knowledge requires a skilled, hard working, demanding faculty.

Professionals Our alumni and partnering business professionals volunteer for the Professional Readiness Program to model and communicate the "street smarts," practical know-how and professional experience that our students need.

If each of these stakeholders-students, faculty, and business professionals-does its part, UNIBusiness can achieve its educational intent by graduating students with the ability to immediately differentiate themselves when entering the workplace.

Excerpted from "Expressing our Educational Identity," Dean Moussavi's PRP introduction, from the UNIBusiness Alumni Magazine (2007).

Full Text

How Can You Help?
A distinguishing feature of the Professional Readiness Program is the energetic involvement of UNIBusiness alumni, business partners, and working professionals who have recognized the important role they can play in the educational development of our students.

Join one of our support groups
The Executive Support Network is a group of alumni, employers, and business leaders who have volunteered to work directly with students as participants in program activities. Members of the Corporate Support Network have committed to bring cutting edge professional training to campus by lending professional trainers, speakers or mentors to the Professional Skills Program. To discuss how you or your organization can support the PRP program, contact Professional Readiness Program Director, Dale Cyphert, CBB 5, 319-273-6150.

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