Truett McConnell University's Hans Hut School of Business announced Friday a new five-year strategic partnership with Habersham EMC.
Habersham EMC will be involved with on-campus business seminars, and classroom speaking engagements and will also provide internship and employment opportunities under the new partnership. Additionally, Habersham EMC will provide input on business curriculum and other professional development resources that prepare business students for success after graduation. The EMC will also offer scholarship funding for qualified TMU business students.
“I’m incredibly thankful and excited about this new collaboration," Dr. Stacy Hall, associate professor of business and program director of strategic partnerships for TMU’s Hans Hut School of Business said. "HEMC has recognized the importance of investing in the new generation of business leaders and is taking an active part in helping to prepare our business students for success.”
The school of business is TMU's largest school and offers a bachelor of science degree in business administration with concentrations in general business, financial accounting, marketing, management, non-profit management, sports management and supply chain management. The school also offers and online masters degree in business.
“HEMCs investment in the Hans Hut School of Business is a testament to its dedication in developing the next generation of business professionals and we greatly appreciate this long-term partnership," Dr. Kimberly Maiocco, dean and professor of business said.