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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 alumni Jeffrey Altman and welcomed its inaugural class in Fall 2012.


David Woodside, 2019 cohort
David Woodside joins the Peace Corps

David Woodside, graduate in the 2019 cohort, becomes the first Altman Scholar to join the Peace Corps.

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Matt Brown and Sam Wetzel at Skinnovation, a startup conference
Keeping up with Altmans: Matt Brown and Sam Wetzel Attend Skinnovation

Matt Brown and Sam Wetzel traveled to Austria in March to attend Skiinovation, a conference for entrepreneurs.

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Boren Scholars 2019
2019 Boren Scholars

Altman sophomores Katie Latham, Grant Little, and Skye Turner are recipients of the prestigious Boren scholarship. 

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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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