A Leadership Education Model for Jesuit Business Schools
David C. Mccallum, S.J. and Laura Horian
July 1, 2013
Ethics & Social Justice
Leadership, Ethics, Sustainability, Business, Education, Higher Education
Journal of Jesuit Business Education (JJBE)
Business schools (B-schools) around the globe offer similar programs made up of disciplines such as accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, management, economics, and business law. Some institutions also offer business ethics, global supply chain management, entrepreneurship, and courses designed to help graduates become more proficient across cultural boundaries. While there is ongoing debate about what constitutes a solid and well-rounded business education, B-school programs include useful topics with associated teachable skills that produce degreed graduates with an average or better chance of getting a job in their field.