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Strategic Management BBA students apply classroom learning to a real-world situation, and emerge from the experience with the confidence to handle challenges found in day-to-day business situations. 

As a BBA student, you will develop a case analysis using the tools, theories, and ideas presented throughout the program. As a team, you will present the findings in a written document and during an oral presentation to a panel of faculty and alumni.

Students typically comment that the case competition is one of the most challenging, yet most rewarding, things they have done throughout the BBA program. The confidence they gain from this “real life” exercise is invaluable and is a springboard to future success!‌

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Keynote Highlights

Guidelines

You will develop a case analysis using the tools, theories, and ideas presented throughout your program. You will present your analysis in a formal written document and at the one-day BBA conference, where you and your team, will present your recommendations to a panel made up of faculty, business leaders and alumni.

 

What you need to know

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Recent Winners

UHV School of Business Administration students Nancy Jara of Houston, left; Hafsa Noman of Katy, Monica Secaida Munoz of Katy, Amy Su of Richmond and Elizabeth Fennell-Thomas of Houston pose for a picture Saturday during the school’s Bachelor of Business Administration Case Conference. The women won first place for their analysis of Waste Management Inc.

Testimonial: “The whole team is happy and proud of our work,” she said. “We were surprised when we won first place, but now we know that we have experience that will serve us well in our future careers.” Fennell-Thomas

Read our news release about the winners.

 

Learn more

Resources

Download conference schedule

View past case topics

View past winners

View keynote speakers

If at any time you need assistance, please contact an advisor, or call 800-687-4293.

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