"Chaminade extends the concept of social justice into all business degree programs. What does this mean? Every university business program teaches students how to build a business, and how to build wealth. Yes, we do that. But we also try to build wealth for the less fortunate, to empower through business and financial models, in concert with the social models we are all familiar with. To apply these concepts, throughout our program we encourage active civic engagement through service-learning. We develop our undergraduate senior capstone projects around a real-world application of these concepts. We also offer a Master of Business Administration degree for non-profit organizations. This is a reflection of the Catholic Marianist educational tradition."
Professor Wayne Tanna, J.D., L.L.M.
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