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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.
Last week the John Cook School of Business welcomed 21 high school students to the fifth annual Sports Business Summer Academy. The high school students from around the country had the opportunity to hear from sports business industry leaders and faculty, and working on a special project for Gateway Motorsports Park.
The John Cook School of Business Center for Entrepreneurship recently hosted the third annual Chasing the Sun event where high school students from around the world team to solve problems. Each team presents the next with a set of problems to solve and the receiving team is tasked with developing entrepreneurial business solutions for those problems. Only 12 students from the St. Louis area were invited to participate in this elite event.
(ST. LOUIS – April 28, 2016) – Saint Louis University (SLU) and Logan University have entered into a unique agreement that will allow Logan students to take courses toward earning a SLU business certificate or degree while earning their Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) degree. The articulation and matriculation agreement is the first of its kind, giving DC students enrolled at Logan the advantage of gaining essential practice management skills from one of the most highly ranked business programs in the country.
ST. LOUIS— A recent technical note in the journal Science continued a debate about the reliability of scientific findings. In essence an open science consortium reported reconfirmation of only about half of the papers published in top psychological journals, however using a different approach another group of scientists found closer to 85% of studies to yield essentially the same as initial results.
The John Cook School of Business accounting department is hosting the Vasquez-Wuller Accounting Lecture Series featuring James Turley, former chairman and CEO of Ernst & Young on Thursday, April 21. The event takes place in the Cook School and begins at 2:30 p.m. with Mr. Turley’s presentation and a networking reception will follow at 3:30 p.m.
The Center for Entrepreneurship at Saint Louis University’s John Cook School of Business announces the finalists for SLU’s nationwide collegiate Pitch and Catch Competition as well as SLU’s High School Angels in the Outfield Competition. The competition is open to all college students around the country and St. Louis area high school students, and encouraged participants to submit a video for the chance to pitch their ideas in front of a panel of experts during a final competition on Sunday, April 24, at the Gateway Grizzly Ballpark.