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Student Outcomes

The Scott L. Carmona College of Business and Management provides students with a distinctive business education by integrating academic and experiential learning opportunities to improve their capacity as professionals, leaders, and entrepreneurs in a dynamic and global environment.


Percent of graduating class completing internships/ co-ops:

  • Fall 2017 – 50%
  • Fall 2016 – 54%

Percent of graduating class completing experiential learning activity:

  • Fall 2017 - 84%
  • Fall 2016 - 81%

Job Placement

Undergraduate placement within 6 months of graduation:

  • Winter 2017 graduates – 91%
  • Winter 2016 graduates – 92%

Retention Rate

First year to second year

  • Fall 2016 - Fall 2017  - 70.7%
  • Fall 2015 - Fall 2016  - 71.8%

Graduation Rate

Four year (Fall 2017)  - 21.9%
Six year (Fall 2017) - 39.1%

Success Stories

The Scott L. Carmona College of Business and Management have gone on to pursue flourishing careers and graduate school programs.


Kevin Finley
Entity Accounting Leader on the Financial and Statutory Accounting Team
The Dow Chemical Co.
Studying for CPA exam

 ‌ Kylie Bos
Relationship Asst.
Tri Star Bank
  Mallory Fisher
Cost Accountant
The Dow Chemical Co.
  Jenni Putz
Univ. of Oregon-PhD student
  Chase Martin
Associate Banker
Quicken Loans
  Joey Wisniewski
Escape Room in Frankenmuth
Nick Anderson, B.B.A., 2014, Cohort I
Treasury Analyst, Mercedes-Benz USA
Former: Treasury Analyst, Dow Corning

Nicole Calandrino, B.B.A. 2016, Cohort II
Financial Institutions Specialist, FDIC

George Copeland, B.B.A. anticipated Dec. 2016, Cohort III
2016 Summer Intern, Enterprise
Enterprise Internship and Award winner, Overall Best Internship Presentation
(scroll on linked page for George's story in the President's Weekly Update)

Andrea Rickerd, B.B.A., 2015, Cohort II
Master of Human Resources & Labor Relations Degree Candidate, Michigan State University