Decide as an undergrad business major if you need an MBA

8.6.2014 Article, Careers, School News

Pat Dickson, associate dean for undergraduate programs at the Wake Forst University School of Business, talked with reporter Delece Smith-Barrow about how undergraduate business majors should plan for their careers. His best advice: interning.

Undergraduate business students can better understand which roles within a company are most appealing to them and what kind of career they would like by interning, says Pat Dickson, the associate dean for undergraduate programs at the Wake Forest University School of Business

“That gives them the opportunity to get into that organization, to look at those positions, those individuals that they aspire to be like in that organization and really understand how did they get there,” Dickson says.
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