L&S students and alumni have the knowledge and skills to be successful in business careers. In fact, many employers seek out liberal arts students to meet the unique needs of their organization. Meet with an advisor to discuss how your L&S degree could translate into a career in management, sales, insurance, operations, logistics, finance, banking, real estate, or entrepreneurship.
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Gary Filipp ’14 received his Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Wisconsin – Madison with majors in history and economics. Mr. Filipp currently serves as an Analyst with the Huron Consulting Group. In this video, he shares why he chose to major in history and how history has been instrumental in his professional growth and success.
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Check Out Related L&S Courses
There are a wide array of courses open to L&S students that will help you explore careers in L&S Business & Entrepreneurship. Check them out to gain insight and earn academic credit:
- Economics 100: Economic Approach to Current Issues
- General Business 310: Fundamentals of Accounting and Finance for Non-Business Majors
- General Business 311: Fundamentals of Management and Marketing for Non-Business Majors
Emphasizes current economic issues and illustrates how the economist’s perspective helps to understand them. The objective is to enhance economic literacy by presenting the basic tools of the discipline and applying them to selected issues for which policy decisions have important consequences. Not open to students with credit for an ECON course numbered 301 or greater. Learn more and register at MyUW.
Better understand the role business plays in society. Learn key fundamentals of accounting, finance, and business law. Learn more and register at MyUW.
Introduces non-business students to basic concepts and practices in business. This course is a basic overview of: management, marketing, strategy, entrepreneurship, ethics, supply chain and international business. Learn more and register at MyUW.
UW-Madison has a variety of business related student organizations to consider joining. They range from business management, operations, sales, human resources, and finance. Check out a few on our list
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