Business + The Liberal Arts
Add the study of business to your college experience in a way that enhances, rather than diminishes, a traditional liberal arts education. With the Wm. Polk Carey Pre-Business Program and the Babson Center for Global Commerce, we’ve made it possible right here.
Add business to your curriculum. You can pursue a minor in business by taking four core courses in economics, finance, accounting, and ethics and choosing two electives from one of three tracks (finance, management, or international business).
Add business honors to your resume. As soon as you’re admitted, you can apply to be a Carey Fellow your freshman year. Alternatively, you can apply as a sophomore. Regardless of when you become a Carey Fellow, our business honors program provides special opportunities—such as a semester-long, paid internship—that will prepare you for leadership positions in business and finance.
Add business to your free time. A varied program of financial modeling workshops and skills training in business software open doors for business minors, Carey Fellows, and any other Sewanee students who take advantage of them.
Add business to your away time. Whether you’re taking a business internship at a leading nonprofit or company to help you decide if a career in business is right for you, attending a summer bridge program at an elite business school on a Beecken Scholarship, or studying abroad with the SEED (Social Entrepreneurship Education Program) Program, Sewanee can help you apply your interest in business in interesting places all over the world.