Students at DePauw University in Indiana will soon be able to get a business degree without having to leave campus.
The school of business and leadership is set to open this fall, making it the first business school of its kind in the nation, the Wall Street Journal reports.
"DePauw is going to become a place where other liberal arts schools come to learn how to do this," the dean of the new school, John F.
Clarke, says in a press release.
"It is a fairly bold strategy to deviate from what other schools are doing."
The school will focus on teaching entrepreneurship, sustainability, and civic engagement, among other lessons, the Journal notes.
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