The University of South Dakota’s Beacom School of Business recently held its winter commencement, which saw 100 graduates receive degrees.
Graduate degrees were handed out to 47 students and undergraduate degrees were
bestowed upon 53 graduates.
“We congratulate all our winter graduates on the successful
completion of their academic requirements towards graduation and wish them the
very best as they enter the business world,” Beacom School of
Business Dean Venky Venkatachalam said. “We are confident that they will be very
successful in their pursuit of career goals and ambitions as our faculty and
staff have worked very hard to prepare them for careers and the opportunities
that lie ahead.”
Degrees were given in Master of Business Administration,
Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Professional Accountancy, Master
of Professional Accountancy and Bachelor of Business Administration. The full
list of students who earned degrees in these areas of study can be found on USD’s
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