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Altman Program in International Studies & Business
The Altman Program in International Studies & Business is a special four-year undergraduate program that integrates liberal arts and business disciplines, extensive language instruction, and two study abroad experiences. Altman Scholars earn two degrees - a B.A. from the School of Liberal Arts and a B.S.M. from the A. B. Freeman School of Business. 
 
The Altman Program provides students with an Altman-specific course each semester, a cohort summer study abroad trip between freshman and sophomore years, and financial support for junior year abroad and internships. The program was established thanks to the generosity of Tulane alum Jeffrey Altman and welcomed its inaugural class in Fall 2012.
 
Jordan Kirsh-Clemenceau
Keeping Up With Altmans: Jordan Kirsh-Clemenceau Researches Information Gaps & Access in U.S. Haitian Communities

Jordan conducted independent research to explore the impact that technology accessibility has on Haitian communities in five different cities throughout the United States.

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Vishy Kandala Interns with The Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies

Vishy Kandala of the 2024 cohort held a Student Research Assistant position with The Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies in New Orleans last Fall.

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Liberal Arts for the Post-Pandemic Age
Liberal Arts for the Post-Pandemic Age

Brian T. Edwards, Dean and Professor of English in the School of Liberal Arts, discusses the relevance of a liberal arts education in a rapidly changing world.

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Professor Yest Named Inaugural Recipient of Lepage Faculty Award for EDI

It is with great humility and pride that the Altman Program recently accepted an award for its efforts related to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.

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Take a closer look at the Altman Program!

In the video below, you'll meet our students, learn from our co-directors, and get inspired by our mission! 

 

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