The Bill Munday School of Business

Welcome to The Bill Munday School of Business Career Community!

The Bill Munday School of Business delivers an experiential, values-based education anchored in the liberal arts and the Holy Cross traditions of learning and service. The school educates students to excel professionally in the dynamic 21st century business environment by emphasizing creative thinking, critical analysis, global collaboration, lifelong learning, adaptation to change, and ethical behavior. The school promotes relationships on our campus with our global partners and across the rich ecosystem of Austin, focusing on technology, creativity, social enterprise and emerging trends.

We are proud to offer a business education that is grounded in five pillars which reflect the dynamic business ecosystem of Austin: entrepreneurial thinking, social enterprise, innovation management, global collaboration, and business analytics.  Students can pursue majors in Accounting, Accounting Information Technology, Business Administration, Digital Media Management, Economic, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Management, or Marketing, along with a variety of minors.  Austin provides a wealth of opportunities for students to pursue internships, network with professionals and enhance their skills through a variety of career focused learning experiences.  I encourage you to discuss your goals with your Faculty Advisor and Success Coach, and be sure to connect with your Career Coach in the Career and Professional Development Office to explore the opportunities that will help you reach your goals.  We are all committed to helping you create an intentional and personalized roadmap for your success.

Dr. Louise Single, Interim-Dean | The Bill Munday School of Business

Career Coach Welcome

Welcome to The Bill Munday School of Business Resource Page! We know many of you have a specific career path in mind or maybe you’re still exploring all the possibilities. Making career decisions can be difficult and, for many students, staying on track is important. The Career & Professional Development team is here to help support you through your entire experience here at St. Edward’s University, from your first steps (exploring career paths, your first resume, networking, internships, etc.) through your final steps (job searching, graduate and professional school advising, interview prep, etc.) and beyond. We’re here to help you navigate this process and encourage you to visit Career and Professional Development (CAPD) early and often.

Ways to Engage with CAPD:


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10 Questions You Should Ask During Your Interview

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The Ultimate Back to School Guide for College Students: Part I

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Put a Stop to Post-Graduation Job Search Stress

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Should I Put My Pronouns on My Resume?


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Putting your pronouns on your resume is a personal decision, but here’s what you’ll want to consider.

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