Academics

Not Just Numbers

Jack Osborn, Class of 1969, Professor and Hunsaker Chair of Management

According to Professor Jack Osborn, business programs in the College of Arts & Sciences involve the liberal arts.

Transcript of the video interview:

“We have an undergraduate program in business and accounting; we offer BS degrees in global business and a traditional business package. Our accounting students go on almost without exception to major firms across the United States. It’s a very small but elite accounting and business program. The thing we really try to do is tie in our business programs with the liberal arts, and with the other disciplines—so we don’t teach business, we teach business and government, we teach business and international relations, we teach business and cultural awareness, and we try to bring the different disciplines together. We encourage our students to go into the other departments too, which is very, very, important.”


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