The John Cook School of Business and COCAbiz partner to rethink business education and to develop a new class of creative-minded, business savvy leaders.
SLU’s Graduate Business Programs once again received high marks from U.S News and World Report’s annual list of Best Schools. Three of the programs were ranked in the top twenty.
The John Cook School of Business has a long-standing history of creating successful business leaders. As the oldest business school west of the Mississippi River, in the heart of a large metropolitan area, the school offers highly ranked business programs and is well connected and respected in the business community. Make a Smart Move and choose SLU.
The Cook School’s Service Leadership Program provides students the opportunity to develop and hone their leadership skills while serving the St. Louis community. Read More.
The Cook School provides its students and members of the community many opportunities to learn about conducting business beyond borders. Read More.
Our own Career Resources Center provides excellent career management education and personalized services to Cook School students (and alumni) and serves as the catalyst for creating meaningful professional connections and developing outstanding internships and employment opportunities. Read More.
The ongoing AACSB accreditation attests to the quality of the Cook School’s business programs. The school continues to be internationally, nationally, regionally, and locally recognized as a premier institution for a variety of business education programs. Read More.
There's a reason Mark Whitacre has been the subject of two books, a documentary and a Hollywood film in which Matt Damon played Whitacre. His story of corruption, bravery, double dealing, then triple dealing, is unlike any story before or since. It is, as they say, a story that not even Hollywood could have dreamt.
Undergraduate students participating in the 2014 Global Immersion course recently completed the in-country portion of the program by spending 10 days in Panama from January 2-12. The course is designed to give students a first-hand, practical understanding of business competition in an emerging market, greater understanding of the economy and business practices in Panama, as well as an overview of the benefits for foreign companies doing business in Panama. It was taught by adjunct faculty Amparo Kollman-Moore, a Latin American expert and former President of Mallinckrodt Latin America.
His Excellency Gary Doer, Ambassador of Canada to the United States, will be the speaker at the 2014 Boeing Distinguished Guest Lecture in International Business at 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 5, at Saint Louis University's John Cook School of Business. The event is sponsored by SLU's Boeing Institute of International Business.
The John Cook School of Business invites all Saint Louis University students, faculty and staff to join in on the 2014 Business Week sponsored by the Business School Government Association and the Cook School. The week of events explore what the world of business, featuring guest speakers, forums, networking and social events.
Real Elevator Pitch Competition Concludes - SLU Junior Emily Muhoberac Wins with Bike Lock App Concept
Students from eight St. Louis high schools connected with students in Hawaii, Australia, India and Spain for the inaugural "Chasing the Sun" idea pitch event hosted by Saint Louis University's Center for Entrepreneurship in November.