University of Vermont

Business Savvy Prepares Your Student for Success

Summer Session Course

No matter what your child’s major is – anthropology or animal science – he or she will need business savvy to succeed in life after college.

University of Vermont’s Business Savvy course equips non-business majors with the skills, know-how and experience they need to translate a liberal arts or science degree into a promising career. This 6-credit course takes place May 20 – June 14, 2013 as part of UVM’s Summer University.

BSAD 101:  Business Savvy provides students with valuable career experience, business skills, networking opportunities – and a paycheck. In this intensive four-week summer program, your student will earn 6 credits; prepare for a paid internship; develop interviewing, business etiquette, and decision-making skills; and learn about job-search strategies, effective communications and team building. 

Students connect with business professionals, develop career goals, and gain a basic understanding of accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, management and strategy. Register now while there’s still room: This popular program fills up quickly!

More information is available at uvm.edu/summer/savvy or by contacting bsavvy@uvm.edu or (802) 656-2085.