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Beacom School of Business Employer Resources

M.B.A. Strategic Management Consulting Project

The Beacom School of Business routinely accepts project proposals from area businesses for our face-to-face M.B.A. program as a component of our Strategic Management course. This course focuses on business and corporate level strategic decision making and the development of competitive advantages.

Other topics in this course include:

  • External analysis
  • Vertical integration
  • Corporate diversification
  • Strategic alliances
  • Globalization

We provide our students the opportunity to complete an in-depth, hands-on consulting project.

Recruit Talent

The Career Success Center is active in engaging with employers recruiting talent coming out of our undergraduate and graduate programs. Our students are well-prepared for successful careers in a dynamic, global environment. We distribute weekly communications to students promoting employer visits and information sessions.

Campus interviewing and electronic job postings are centralized through the Academic & Career Planning Center for the convenience of our corporate partners. Organizations must first register online and then can post openings, search resumes of students and alumni and participate in on-campus recruiting and career events.

Post a Job or Internship


Campus interviewing and electronic job postings are centralized through Coyote Careers.

  • Post full-time positions
  • Post part-time positions
  • Post internships



Career Success Center
Attention: Job Listing


Career Success Center
Beacom School of Business
University of South Dakota
Beacom Hall Room 103
414 East Clark St.
Vermillion, S.D. 57069

Networking & Events

Beacom School of Business invites the business community to stay current on business issues through guest speakers, events and networking opportunities that occur throughout the year. We also invite interest from the business, government and not-for-profit community regarding potential partnerships that offer mutual benefits such as:

  • Presentations, panels and discussions
  • Student connections, internships and recruiting opportunities
  • Engagement with faculty to share expertise and expand research
  • Support for scholarships and other business school initiatives

Contact Information

Name Department & Office Contact
Mandy Hanson
  • Manager, Career Success Center
Beacom Hall 103