Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business Early Business Education Outreach
The Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business provides a number of opportunities for high school students. Some of the key programs in our outreach to area high schools are described below.
Project Leadership is an interactive leadership workshop for high school students led by Murray State University faculty and staff in conjunction with the Office of Recruitment and the Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business. Students will have the opportunity to attend various interest sessions, enjoy lunch on campus and interact with other student leaders from the area.
The Bauernfeind College of Business has an articulation agreement with the Kentucky Department of Education to allow students who complete a Business and Marketing Education career pathway and who meet the criteria will receive up to six (6) credit hours in appropriate college level course(s) with Murray State as outlined by Appendix A of the articulation agreement. For more information, please refer to the articulation agreement.
Principals, guidance counselors, or business teachers may wish to use this certifying letter template [Word document]. Certifying letters must be printed on school letterhead.
Students who qualify for the credit bring the certifying letter to Stephanie Totty in room 207B of the Business Building on Murray State’s campus. A campus map is available at www.murraystate.edu/campusmap to help you locate the Business Building.
Periodically check your myGate account after your MSU classes have started to make sure the hours are posted to your record. Keep in mind that it may take several weeks to be processed. If the hours are not posted by the end of your first semester, contact Ms. Totty for additional assistance.
Racer Academy - Dual Credit Opportunities
High School students are able to earn college credit through Murray State in Racer Academy. The Bauernfeind College of Business currently has four courses available for qualified high school teachers to teach as dual credit including:
- CSC 199 – Introduction to Information Technology (3 hours)
- ECO 140 – Contemporary Economics (3 hours)
- ECO 190 – Consumer Economics/Personal Finance (3 hours)
For additional information, please see the course offerings in business and Racer Academy Website, more information on admission requirements, tuition, etc. High school teachers interested in teaching the dual credit classes may apply now.