Business Schools Embrace the Liberal Arts

The Business and Society Program at NYU’s Stern School of Business offers a series of four required courses placing business in a larger societal context Courtesy New York University

Undergraduate business programs are, for the most part, no-nonsense degrees. You have your finance, your marketing, and your management—and the connection between what is taught in the classroom and the skills used on the job is pretty straightforward.

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