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New program aims to produce global scholars

The Altman Program in International Studies & Business is made possible through an $8.3 million gift from Jeffrey A. Altman, a 1988 Tulane business alumnus. 

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Graduates of The Altman Program will qualify for careers in international business, government, the nonprofit world and nongovernmental organizations, say Myke Yest and Casey Love, who co-direct the program. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)

 

November 5, 2012

Mark Miester
mark@tulane.edu

This fall, Tulane University launched a new interdisciplinary program aimed at preparing students to take on the challenges of an increasingly interconnected world. It combines business savvy with global thinking, say professors of practice Myke Yest and Casey Love, who co-direct the program.

The Altman Program in International Studies & Business is a four-year undergraduate program that brings together advanced language training with business and liberal arts education. More...

 

 

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