Why Teach Business?
I consider people to be the most important assets of a business or organization and my career is focused on helping organizations capitalize on these valuable assets. My favorite part of my job is the interactions that I have with students and colleagues. Perhaps, most fulfilling for me is seeing the success of former students.
The Mount Union Difference
The requirements of the integrative core curriculum allow students to explore disciplines outside their chosen area of study. Furthermore, it enhances their critical thinking skills through analysis and synthesis of interdisciplinary knowledge. Additionally, small classes and individualized attention from instructors creates a more personalized learning experience for students. We offer a team of highly qualified faculty who bring to the classroom both academic credentials and practical industry experience. We pride ourselves on being supportive and available to our students, while maintaining expectations of high academic performance and achievement, through nationally accredited programs.
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