Hi, I’m Jiyoung Chun and I am currently a Junior Biochemistry major with a Business and Art History Minor. Here, I’ll be sharing some friendly insight about SBI.
What is the first reaction when my peers hear “I did SBI over the summer!”? The reaction usually goes a little something like this… “Wow, 10 weeks? How did you do that? Wasn’t it difficult? I give you a lot of credit.” Although SBI was very challenging because I had never taken a business course in my life before, there have been many benefits that have come from finishing the program.
I wouldn’t fret too much about whether or not you are going to pass the courses. SBI does a great job to give students a well-rounded idea about business during the first course called “Business Fundamentals.” Throughout the ten weeks, I developed great friendships with both my classmates and professors, as we worked together to thoroughly understand the material introduced in all of the courses. In the end, not only did I come out of the program with a complete understanding of business fundamentals, but I was also able to further pursue my interest in Business by applying to become one of the Marketing Interns for the Summer Business Institute. I enjoy working for SBI and would love to talk to anyone who has any personal questions about the program.