2012 DSU business graduates place in top 29 percent in business exam
Posted on 5/10/2012
The 2012 Dickinson State University spring class of business graduates scored in the top 29 percent in a nationwide business exam. Senior accounting major Emily Klym, Edgeley, N.D., scored in the top one percent of all business graduates across the United States. DSU seniors scoring in the top ten percent included, Mary Albrecht, Felix Cardoze, Alex Gates, Jeff Greenwood, Bradley Henke, Elizabeth Herr, Tanner Kautzman and Zach Keller.
"Coming to DSU was one of the best decisions I have ever made. I received a wonderful education thanks to the knowledgeable faculty and staff members who were always willing to lend a helping hand through administrative procedures," said Klym. "Generous donors and the tireless efforts of the Alumni and Foundation staff helped lighten the financial burden. DSU has given me the skills and confidence I need to make a positive difference in the world as I enter the workforce."
The Educational Testing Service Major Field Tests are comprehensive assessments designed to gauge the critical knowledge and understanding obtained by students in the fields of accounting, economics, management, quantitative business analysis, finance, marketing, legal and social topics, information systems and international issues. The exam compares DSU students to business students attending hundreds of colleges including some of the top programs in the nation such as Ball State, Baylor and the University of Texas. The proctored online exam is given to all DSU business students in their senior year.