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Business

Located in Tower hall, this community is for students majoring in Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Economics, Finance, Management, or Marketing. Students will enroll in two courses selected from the McCoy College of Business Administration common core:

Fall semester: BLAW 2361, Legal Environment of Business. This is a survey of the legal aspects of business transactions in the American legal system.and US 1100, University Seminar. A one-credit hour course designed to help meet student's transitional needs.

Spring semester: CIS 1323, Introduction to Microcomputer Applications. This is a hands-on course that helps students develop their advanced information technology skills.


Gina Escamilla

Gina Escamilla

Hello, I'm one of the advisors for the Business Living-Learning Community!  The BLC is a unique experience that allows students to fully engage in an assortment of exciting professional development and networking opportunities. It’s a great way to begin building working relationships with peers and leadership mentors that you will be able to reach out to and collaborate with both in and out of the classroom. By becoming a part of the BLC, you are sure to gain knowledge and skills that will help you succeed in any of your future endeavors!  I look forward to meeting you!

Academic Advisor, McCoy College Advising Center

McCoy College of Business Administration

512.245.1993

ge1035@txstate.edu

Julie Zehnpfennig

Hi there! The Business Living-Learning Community provides a wonderful opportunity for active student engagement in the Texas State and McCoy College Community from the moment freshmen first arrive on campus. BLC students receive mentorship from faculty, staff, and peers. They benefit from career preparation, networking, and team-building opportunities uniquely aligned with their needs and interests. Participation in the BLC creates a strong foundation for college success that translates well beyond freshman year. I'm looking forward to serving as one of the advisors for the BLC and to meeting you!

Academic Advisor I, McCoy College Academic Advising

McCoy College of Business Administration

512.245.1993

jaz35@txstate.edu

Out of Class Events

Traditional activities include a ropes course at University Camp, the etiquette dinner at Embassy Suites (part of Business Leadership Week), Job Search Bootcamp (sponsored by Career Services), a tour of McCoy Corporate Headquarters, visits from local business owners, Dress for Success!, and completion of a business portfolio.

Community Requirements to Join Deadline Additional Requirements
Business Students majoring in Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Economics, Finance, Management, or Marketing. Open until full Admitted to the McCoy College of Business Administration. First come, first serve