More than 620 undergraduates and 720 graduate students earned their degrees from the Carlson School.
More than 620 undergraduates and 720 graduate students earned their degrees from the Carlson School at commencement ceremonies on Monday, May 20. At the celebrations, keynote speaker Peter McCormick ('91 BSB, '99 MBA), graduate student speaker Kendell Beckstrom Poch, and undergraduate speaker Vallari Ajgaonkar shared their advice for the graduates.
Undergraduates received Bachelor of Science in Business degrees. Graduate students earned several types of degrees: Master of Business Administration, Master of Arts in Human Resources and Industrial Relations, Master of Business Taxation, and Master of Accountancy. Graduates participated in diverse programs including Full-Time, Part-Time, and Executive MBA; Global Executive MBA (China and Vienna), Master of Arts in Human Resources and Industrial Relations, Master of Business Taxation, and Master of Accountancy. In addition, PhD degrees were award in Business Administration and Human Resources and Industrial Relations.
View the full-length undergraduate ceremony here and the full-length graduate ceremony here.
In celebration of the Funds Enterprise’s success in its first 20 years, the program was renamed the David S. Kidwell Funds Enterprise to honor the visionary leadership of the former dean who helped found the program.
This past fiscal year, Carlson School donors came together to raise a record-breaking $38 million to support student financial aid, transformational experiential-learning, faculty funding, and research initiatives.