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Summer 2020 @ Eccles

There’s no question this will be a different kind of summer than we expected. The COVID-19 crisis has disrupted life and business around the globe and in our home state of Utah. But it also presents a unique opportunity. Lean into uncertainty and set yourself up for success in the future.

The Eccles School is creating the next generation of empathetic global citizens.

We understand you may be struggling. As we navigate these unprecedented times together, we have resources that can help you make it through. If you are looking to further or continue your education, we have some great options available below. As always, summer courses are offered at in-state tuition rates for out-of-state students. Also, for students within 64 hours of completing a degree, you may be eligible for the Invest in U program.

Current Undergraduates

Complete the Information Systems Minor in Summer 2020 – Only 13 credits!

  • Adding hybrid skill sets to complement your major
  • Providing you with competitive advantage
  • Making a difference in your future career
  • Open doors to new job opportunities in the tech industry
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New for summer 2020 is a condensed-format minor in entrepreneurship you can complete in one summer. Students in the minor complete all of the classes together as a cohort that learns as a group.

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Enroll in electives that count for general education (GE) credit, including ENTP 1010 (social/behavioral science credit) and ENTP 1020 (applied science credit).

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Many classes are offered during summer semester. Review the current catalog and contact your academic advisor to discuss your options.

  • Hope Corps
    • Hope Corps, in partnership with Utah Community Builders, offers opportunities to students to assist and lift the businesses and people of Utah.
  • Business Student Intern Program (BUS5880-001)
    • Professionally supervised work experience related to student career goals and coordinated by the Business Career Services in the David Eccles School of Business. For more information, visit Eccles.link/BCS-Internship.
  • Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Entrepreneurship Internship (ENTP5880)
    • Earn upper-division entrepreneurship management credit while learning about careers and gaining real-world experience in the workplace. This internship provides credit for learning, not credit simply for working.
  • Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Management Internship (MGT5880)
    • Learn management principles and application in a practical work environment, examine organizational systems, work processes and management activities through a graded academic project closely monitored and evaluated by a faculty advisor.
  • Lassonde+X
    • Start the Lassonde+X designation program to learn the entrepreneurial mindset by taking ENTP 1010 and/or ENTP 1020 in summer 2020. To complete the program, you must take ENTP 1010 (or BCOR 2040), ENTP 1020, and a one-credit portfolio course. The portfolio course (ENTP 5850, Section 2) is offered in fall 2020.
  • Kahlert Initiative on Technology Virtual Internship
    • The Kahlert Initiative on Technology is the most exciting new tech initiative on campus and one of the only programs that guarantee internships (even during the COVID-19 crisis). Learn the basics of the most important tech in today’s world and participate in Virtual Internships at Silicon Slopes companies.

Graduating Seniors

Complete the Information Systems Minor in Summer 2020 – Only 13 credits!

  • Adding hybrid skill sets to complement your major
  • Providing you with competitive advantage
  • Making a difference in your future career
  • Open doors to new job opportunities in the tech industry
More info

If you have applied for Spring 2020 graduation, you will need to update your graduation application to change your intended graduate term to Summer 2020. You can find more information about how to renew your application on the registrar’s webpage under “Renewal.”

New for summer 2020 is a condensed-format minor in entrepreneurship you can complete in one summer. Students in the minor complete all of the classes together as a cohort that learns as a group.

More info

If you have applied for Spring 2020 graduation, you will need to update your graduation application to change your intended graduate term to Summer 2020. You can find more information about how to renew your application on the registrar’s webpage under “Renewal.”

  • Hope Corps
    • Hope Corps, in partnership with Utah Community Builders, offers opportunities to students to assist and lift the businesses and people of Utah.
  • Business Student Intern Program (BUS5880-001)
    • Professionally supervised work experience related to student career goals and coordinated by the Business Career Services in the David Eccles School of Business. For more information, visit Eccles.link/BCS-Internship.
  • Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Entrepreneurship Internship (ENTP5880)
    • Earn upper-division entrepreneurship management credit while learning about careers and gaining real-world experience in the workplace. This internship provides credit for learning, not credit simply for working.
  • Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Management Internship (MGT5880)
    • Learn management principles and application in a practical work environment, examine organizational systems, work processes and management activities through a graded academic project closely monitored and evaluated by a faculty advisor.
  • Lassonde+X
    • Start the Lassonde+X designation program to learn the entrepreneurial mindset by taking ENTP 1010 and/or ENTP 1020 in summer 2020. To complete the program, you must take ENTP 1010 (or BCOR 2040), ENTP 1020, and a one-credit portfolio course. The portfolio course (ENTP 5850, Section 2) is offered in fall 2020.
  • Kahlert Initiative on Technology Virtual Internship
    • The Kahlert Initiative on Technology is the most exciting new tech initiative on campus and one of the only programs that guarantee internships (even during the COVID-19 crisis). Learn the basics of the most important tech in today’s world and participate in Virtual Internships at Silicon Slopes companies.

In this online four-part series, you will learn strategies for managing stress and maintaining positivity even in the face of change and adversity. Additionally, you will learn how to successfully manage change despite variables that might resist change. Financially, you will understand approaches for understanding the stock market’s volatility and securing your finances even during uncertain times.

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This 20-hour course covers the five major channels that are common and accessible to businesses of all sizes. The course relates these five channels to the consumer buying process and covers the unique capabilities of each, including which parts of the buying process can be accessed with each channel. We will also discuss a two-phase approach to marketing and advertising that has been proven to work for thousands of companies.

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Upgrade your skill set!  Learn the foundational principles of Six Sigma and earn a Green Belt Certification

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Knowing how to develop such a strategy gives managers the building blocks to establish an overarching plan for how to succeed in their marketplaces. In this course, study leading theories from influential strategists, dissect a variety of case studies, and gain tools and tactics to apply strategic responses to a variety of real-world settings.

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Recent Alumni

Upgrade your skill set!  Learn the foundational principles of Six Sigma and earn a Green Belt Certification

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In this online four-part series, you will learn strategies for managing stress and maintaining positivity even in the face of change and adversity. Additionally, you will learn how to successfully manage change despite variables that might resist change. Financially, you will understand approaches for understanding the stock market’s volatility and securing your finances even during uncertain times.

More info

This 20-hour course covers the five major channels that are common and accessible to businesses of all sizes. The course relates these five channels to the consumer buying process and covers the unique capabilities of each, including which parts of the buying process can be accessed with each channel. We will also discuss a two-phase approach to marketing and advertising that has been proven to work for thousands of companies.

More info

Knowing how to develop such a strategy gives managers the building blocks to establish an overarching plan for how to succeed in their marketplaces. In this course, study leading theories from influential strategists, dissect a variety of case studies, and gain tools and tactics to apply strategic responses to a variety of real-world settings.

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Incoming Freshmen

Connect with us and prepare for your college experience!

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