Life with meaning.
That’s the literal translation of 生意 (sheng-yi), the Chinese word for business.
And that’s our approach to teaching business management as a liberal art.
We engage students. You’ll share ideas with classmates, work closely with expert faculty, and get your hands on real-world tools like SAP (all our majors learn how to use it). You can invest a half million dollars in socially responsible businesses in the Alex. Brown Fund. And you can learn how to build your own business from the ground up.
It’s your dream, and we want you to dream big. We’re here to help you make it real, and create your very own sheng-yi, life with meaning.
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The founder of the Blessed Coffee company will share a taste of his brew, along with his thoughts on the win-win formula of a “benefit corporation” like his.
For her senior capstone project, Carly Ogren ’14 wrote a business plan to take her online baking operation to a storefront reality.
Off to a fulltime job at T. Rowe Price, the immediate past president of the Cater Society and business management major reflects on how learning outside the classroom made him a stronger student.