Old capital
Friday, September 3, 2021
Alina Dizik | The Wall Street Journal

At the University of Iowa, the business school worked with the college of liberal arts to launch the college's enterprise-leadership major in 2015. Liberal-arts students take some practical business courses—including small-business accounting and business planning—but skip many classes that often don't appeal to nonbusiness students, such as negotiation and human-resource management. Instead, there are classes that offer less-traditional lessons in leadership, such as advocacy and social psychology.

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