Tolerance for Ambiguity

Our integrated curriculum structure is designed to make sure students are ready for Day One on the job by equipping them with a solid understanding of core business concepts and a tolerance for ambiguity when addressing organizational challenges.

Build a Solid Foundation

A strong business education is built upon a solid foundation. In the first semester, our unique curriculum structure challenges students early with core courses that teach the important concepts and skills they need to succeed. Professors use a variety of teaching methods in their courses, including case based and experiential learning, lecture, application and team work. By completing the core up front, students have the key skills necessary to move into more advanced areas of studies, as well as the foundational knowledge they'll need to succeed in internships and full-time jobs. Core courses teach concepts such as:

  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Strategy
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Operations
  • Economics
  • Accounting
  • Data Analysis
  • Problem Framing

Gain a Broader Perspective

Our integrated curriculum challenges you to navigate complex issues and deal with ambiguity in business and beyond. Through experiential courses, such as Structured Problem Solving and Business 360, you'll learn to focus not just on a marketing or finance problem, but on business problems. You'll learn how to tackle a project when limited information is available and put those skills to the test working with top corporations and the business issues they face. As a result, our students are better prepared to tackle the challenges their organizations face when entering their internships and full-time jobs.