Developing the key skills that employers seek is an essential component of a student's education (and almost as important is being able to articulate those skills!). The following information provides:
*To enroll in a 300-400 level Seidman College of Business course, students must have a 2.0 GPA and 55 credits, plus meet any necessary prerequisites
Employers often report that particular skill-sets are in high demand at their organizations, not necessarily majors. Therefore, it is important to understand these desired skill sets and employ commonly used business terminology when writing resumes, cover letters and responding to interview questions. Below you’ll find business vocabulary framed within the context of liberal arts students’ experience and knowledge.
Examples adapted from “Business Resumes for Liberal Arts Students” booklet by Susan de la Vergne:
Sources: merriam-webster.com, investopedia.com, and languagemonitor.com