Joining Finlandia Fridays this week is Kevin Manninen, dean and associate professor of management and marketing with the International School of Business at Finlandia University. Manninen shares insight into what it’s like being a business student at Finlandia and what advantages there are through small class sizes and experiential learning at the institution such as internship opportunities, international collaboration and hands-on project management experience. Manninen talks about what majors and minors are offered through the International School of Business and how interested students can learn more.
“Business, it’s ubiquitous, it’s everywhere. It’s also, I think, one of the most flexible degrees there is,” Manninen said. “Our graduates work anywhere, they work for high-tech firms, they work in healthcare, they work in athletics, they work in small businesses, they work in retail. You can work in basically any industry with a business degree.”
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