How does the Business Management degree differ from
other business degrees?
Half of the Business Management
program is made up of the politics, philosophy, and economics core curriculum.
This is an unusually extensive liberal arts foundation for a business program.
Undergraduate business degree programs typically require many more vocational
courses at the expense of the liberal arts. We take the long view: long-term
success in business requires more than technical expertise. It requires breadth
of knowledge, the capacity to understand political, social, and economic
contexts of commerce, and moral insight.
The Business Management program
incorporates the King’s English. Students are taught how to communicate
effectively in many situations, from networking to board presentations.
Location, location, location. New York City is central for every business field,
from finance on Wall Street to advertising on Madison Avenue.