Specialized Academic and Experience-based Learning

An overview of Lindner Business Honors' academic and professional development opportunities for students.

Seven Lindner Business Honors students posed against a green background at the Instacart corporate office

Lindner Business Honors students visiting alumni in Chicago.

Our Lindner Business Honors faculty create a culture of continuous improvement that challenges top-performing students to be able to solve the problems of today’s global business environment.

Leo Lozano, PhD, associate professor, department of operations, business analytics, and information systems

Programmatic experiences include:

  • A minimum of three co-op experiences
  • Specialized recruiting and company events in honors course sections and through domestic travel opportunities known as "study away"
  • First-year, faculty-led study abroad experience during spring break to Mexico
  • Flexibility to pursue other study abroad opportunities with additional funding support
  • Lunch-n-Learn events bringing business professionals, alumni, faculty and Honors students together in small group discussions
  • Accelerated curriculum prepares you for co-op experiences as early as the summer after your first year.
Sample first- and second-year schedules for Honors courses.
Year 1 Fall Year 1 Spring  Year 2 Fall Year 2 Spring

Intro to Marketing

Essentials of Business

Career Success Strategies

Pathways to Business

Business Law

Information Systems

Business Analytics I

Cultural Competency Study Abroad in Mexico


Financial Accounting

Operations Management

Business Analytics II

Bennis Leadership Accelerator

Managerial Accounting

Intro to Finance

Intro to Management

Global Business Environment with Study Abroad