Liberal arts colleges make a passionate case that the skills they offer — analysis, writing, argument — are the best preparation for a career in the ever-changing business world.
But at a time of surging college costs and rising career anxieties, they’re feeling some heat from parents and students to do more to give students a well-rounded resume.
And they’re all struggling with variants of the same question: Can liberal arts colleges maintain the distinctive education they provide, while serving students who want a clearer path to a business career?
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