Business Honors Program
The Culverhouse Business Honors Program (BHP) provides opportunities for outstanding Culverhouse undergraduates to enrich their business education. The program emphasizes class presentations by students, faculty, business leaders, and campus recruiters as well as independent research and project work over two years of undergraduate study.
Approximately thirty-five (35) C&BA juniors will be chosen from students who apply to participate in two years of business honors seminars. Those who complete the two-year program will earn Honors College credits for selected Culverhouse College of Business classes and graduate with Business Honors recognition. To be eligible for admission, a student must have earned at least a 3.5 grade point average or higher and be admitted to the College’s Upper Division with at least 60 credit hours.
Business Honors students participate in weekly one-hour seminars. The sessions feature meetings with outstanding faculty, business leaders and discussions of contemporary business and economic issues. Examples of speakers are HealthSouth, BMW, Blue Cross & Blue Shield, and BBVA Compass. These are excellent opportunities to talk to current employees on getting internships as well as full-time jobs. Students also gain project management experience through team projects that assist school organizations and expand the business honors program.
David M. Ford
Instructor of Management
David J. Heggem
Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs
Edd R. Mansfield
Professor of Statistics
LinkedIn: This is available only to current and past Business Honors Program members. This includes information about current business topics and allows students to network with those who are in high ranking positions in their company.
Facebook: This is available only to current and past Business Honors Program members. This includes recaps of Junior and Senior speakers each week and current business topics.
Twitter: This is available to anyone who is interested in the program. Information posted includes recaps from Junior and Senior speakers, current business topics, current events in the Culverhouse Business school, and weekly pictures from Pinterest account about different business topics.
Pinterest: This is available to anyone who is interested in the program. Pinned information includes but is not limited to Culverhouse business trends, career statistics, interview, resume, cover letters, internships, and study tips.