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- n. Any course of study taken by an undergraduate in preparation for study at a business school.
The specific effect of the MBA has been an explosion of enrollments in economics, the prebusiness major.
Premed, prelaw and prebusiness students are distinctively tourists in the liberal arts.
None of this is so for the prebusiness economics major, who not only does not take an interest in sociology, anthropology or political science but is also persuaded that what he is learning can handle all that belongs to those studies.
Jason, a prebusiness major, died March 8 in a fraternity house nearly two weeks after being kicked out of his dormitory.
What a laugh, how I’d kept on pedaling, through my prebusiness courses, then through an advanced degree in business, long after the object of all of that ambition was gone, but still acting as if there were some point to all of that specialized learning.