LTCC transfer students will have access to WSU’s Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality Business Management program, offered online or through WSU courses at the LTCC campus.
Molly Bartley credits her training in classical ballet for steering her toward a degree in management information systems at WSU Vancouver.
Carson College of Business honored its outstanding faculty, staff and graduate students during an annual awards event May 1 at WSU Pullman.
A pair of siblings at the Carson College of Business will create a new lasting memory when the two will walk across the stage at graduation to accept online MBA degrees together.
21‑year‑old Caitlyn Aune will receive a master’s degree in accounting on May 4. A year earlier, Aune earned an undergraduate accounting degree.
More than 30 student venture teams, representing nearly 150 students, presented their business ideas and competed for cash and in-kind prizes totaling more than $75,000.
Junior Dante Ludlow used what he’s learning at WSU to grow his side job selling vintage sports apparel and high‑end athletic shoes into a business grossing $70,000 a year.
WSU is ranked No. 18 in the world out of 497 schools, based on research articles published in the Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Journal of Business Venturing and Entrepreneurship, and Theory and Practice.
The Carson College of Business announced a revised undergraduate program, the Next Carson Coug, which will roll out to undergraduate students beginning fall 2019.
The event will be held 7:30-9 a.m. Thursday, April 18, at the Spokane Convention Center.
Two advisors with the Washington Small Business Development Center (SBDC) have been awarded a NASBITE International Program of Excellence Award for their work expanding international trade opportunities in Eastern Washington.
Despite decades of feminism and a growing awareness of gender stereotypes, attractive women simply aren’t seen as fitting in traditionally masculine roles, according to new WSU research.
A leading sports economist will discuss the financial stability of collegiate athletics in March 28 visit to Pullman campus.
A panel of legal and regulatory tax experts will discuss the ethical impacts and repercussions of using sales suppression software.
The new equipment also allows students to practice traditional methods of coffee production.
Carson College faculty members are hopeful this trip will be the beginning of a long‑lasting relationship between WSU and Kazakhstani universities.
“My plan was to go for five years and get two degrees — one in accounting and the other in business administration. But plans change.” — Vanessa Moore