College has tools for making business leaders
Thomas Aquinas College may have the key to creating better employees for companies everywhere.
The Santa Paula school’s uncommon curriculum and learning structure set it apart from other liberal arts colleges. But most important to employers, graduates are trained in sparking discussions and handling ethical issues.
Thomas Aquinas bases its entire curriculum on the Great Books program, a compilation of mostly fictional works from such authors as Homer, Shakespeare and Mark Twain. It also features works such as the Federalist Papers and the Communist Manifesto.