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Carroll School of Management

Peer Interaction

A group of students interacting with one another

We believe that to prepare effective business leaders, the whole person must be developed. In addition to equipping students with the managerial and analytical tools they need to lead, we help develop a student’s ability to critically problem solve in a values-based atmosphere by continually exposing them to intellectual and ethical challenges via the curriculum.

Because a diverse perspective provides the richest basis for learning, our environment is purposefully constructed to bring together people who posses a variety of personal and professional experiences. Professors create dynamic academic goals for students. To reach these goals, students must individually contribute as well as commit to intense teamwork. During this process, they are constantly exposed to new ideas and problem-solving experiences. This is where much of the real learning takes place.