Mentorship Meeting: Insperity
MSU Course Projects
Course projects give business owners fresh insights while providing students with real-world experience and networking opportunities.
Each year, we work closely with small business clients and Missouri State University classes on course projects. See one that might be a good fit for you? Let us know.
Accounting projects include: capital budgeting and cash flow analysis, creation/improvement of internal reporting mechanisms, establishing balanced scorecard metrics, or using regression tools to develop reporting and/or predictive analytics.
Need fresh ideas to reach more customers? Our Advertising project pairs your business with MSU Advertising & Promotions classes to create a multi-channel advertising campaign.
Do you have a business idea you want to explore? Our Feasibility Study project teams you up with students in the Entrepreneurship Program to explore your idea and take some of the uncertainty out of starting a new business.
Graduate students engage your target customers through primary research and secondary research to provide actionable recommendations on expansion opportunities.
Industrial-Organizational Psychology graduate courses develop, review or enhance your employee selection process as well as develop surveys to measure employee engagement, job analysis and more.
Students work to improve social and digital media performance for clients. They will create strategies and content or provide data analysis.
Course projects don’t sound like the right fit, but you still need some additional help?
Hire an MSU student for an internship or part-time job.