The mission of the Leon Hess Business School conforms to the mission of the University.
The primary aim of the Leon Hess Business School is to provide an education that qualifies its graduates for positions of leadership in both the private and public sectors. Curricula are developed, taught, and regularly updated by a faculty with strong academic and business experience. They stress the development of critical thinking, sophisticated communication skills, and a flexible managerial perspective. The undergraduate program in Business Administration is grounded in a broad-gauged education in the liberal arts and sciences designed to prepare the student for responsible judgment in a wide variety of cultural and social settings.
The graduate program in Business Administration develops a comprehensive background in the theory and practice of management and concentrates on contemporary managerial responsibilities. Its curriculum underscores the complexity and diversity of managerial decisions in both the national and international economy. Instruction is primarily in small classes that stress close contact with instructors and special contributions by visiting lecturers.
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