Pacific University students learn how to use their passions to create meaningful social change in all they do. At Pacific, we know that change happens when we work together. That’s why our small, liberal arts environment flourishes: students are known by name by excited and expert professors, and our inter-disciplinary connections create unique, effective solutions to all sorts of social problems.
How does Pacific University empower its Business students to be world-changers?
By developing skills in students that "foster students’ ability to make decisions with ethics and integrity."
Michael Porter, in his increasingly engaging Ted talk (if you have 15 minutes, we think you'd really enjoy watching it) discusses why businesses may actually be the future of solving issues in the world like sustainability or lack of access to water.
Pacific University Business students are ready to jump in with exactly what Michael Porter discusses.
Pacific University students are joining in that effort to use their skills for Business in making the world a better place. They're taking their ideas, and using their skills to find solutions to the issues the world is seeking answers for. How?
"The business program at Pacific University helps students develop skills in critical thinking, problem-solving, effective communication and quantitative reasoning. These skills foster students’ ability to make decisions with ethics and integrity."
Pacific University Business students graduate prepared to become effective, not only in their business practices, but also in using those business practices to help those around them.