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Study Beyond Graduation Points System

100 points total required to achieve School of Business Graduation Requirement. It is preferred to have one Experiential Learning option and one Study Beyond option.

Experiential Learning---Each worth 50 points

  • Academic Internship Experience
  • Paid Internship  (coupled with a reflective paper at completion)
  • Independent Study
  • Approved Real World Experience (coupled with a reflective paper at completion)
  • Other as approved by Dean of School of Business


Study Beyond---Each worth 10 points

  • Resume Writing Workshop
  • Interview Skills Workshop
  • Mock Interviews
  • Accounting Panel
  • Dress for Success
  • Dining Etiquette
  • Career Panels
  • Social Media for the Job Hunt Seminar
  • Approved Career Development Workshops
  • Recruit Westchester attendance
  • Experiential Learning Seminar – “Study Beyond Connection Reception”
  • Young Alumni Connection Reception
  • Set up and active LinkedIn account
  • Interview individual employed in desired career
  • Sustainability Day Event for School of Business attendance
  • Spring and Fall Job and Internship Fair attendance
  • Business Club Event attendance (Presentations, Workshops, etc.)
  • Investment Club Stock Simulator Competition
  • LEAD Student Development
  • Fireside Chat events through School of Business
  • Other as approved by Dean of School of Business

25 points

  • Business Club Leadership Role
  • School of Business Off Campus Trip (ie; Fast Money, Bloomberg, MSG, Publishing Companies, etc.)
  • Off campus academic competition with faculty mentor/sponsorship
  • Bloomberg Trading challenge
  • Hospitality Event - icluding Master Plan/Golf Committee
  • KPMG Mentoring program year commitment
  • Career Readiness program
  • Research pertaining to Study Beyond opportunities within desired career to be submitted to the Office of Experiential Learning.
  • Other as approved by Dean of School of Business

50 points

  • IACBE Class and/or Competition
  • Study Abroad
  • Academic Class that incorporates Spring Break Trip
  • Approved Co-Op program
  • Fed Challenge competition
  • Other as approved by Dean of School of Business