"Employers want business graduates who also have the ability to think critically, communicate, show emotional intelligence," Mohammad says.
Participants were asked to learn, observe, and take part in community building in a manner that was natural and non-intrusive.
Emad Mohammad: "Is this a social enterprise? Is this a corporation? These are the kinds of questions the students will be asking."
IBH 1AD3 isn’t your typical business course. Students are learning about community engagement and social innovation.
This fall, for the very first time, McMaster will welcome students into the Integrated Business and Humanities (IBH) program.