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Pages: 29. Chapters: BYU College of Family, Home and Social
Sciences, BYU College of Fine Arts and Communications, BYU College
of Health and Human Performance, BYU College of Humanities, BYU
College of Life Sciences, BYU College of Physical and Mathematical
Sciences, BYU College of Religious Education, BYU Division of
Continuing Education, BYU Honors Program, David O. McKay School of
Education, Dr. Ezekiel R. Dumke College of Health Professions, Ira
A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology, John B. Goddard
School of Business & Economics, Jon M. Huntsman School of
Business, Marriott School of Management, Utah State University
Honors Program. Excerpt: The Jon M. Huntsman School of Business is
located at Utah State University in Logan, Utah. The Huntsman
School is the oldest continuously operating business college in the
Western United States and one of the oldest in the nation. The Jon
M. Huntsman School of Business is among the oldest business schools
in the United States. It was first formed in 1888 as the college's
Commercial Department. The first students graduated from the course
in 1894. In its first two decades, the program went through several
organizational revisions, including various name changes. By 1911,
the program (then named School of Commerce) was already recognized
as a top business institution in the U.S. A 1911 newspaper,
reporting about the economics department, said: "When so eminent an
authority as professor L. C. Marshall of the University of Chicago
reports that the work in the department of economics of our school
is comparable to that given in the best institutions in the
country, we feel that we are paid one of the highest tributes ever.
And this conclusion of professor Marshalls was not reached after
any superficial investigation. Months were spent in collecting
material from the various degree conferring institutions . . . In
the number of hours instruction given, the number of students in
the courses, and the general standard of the courses, we are
surpassed by only a very few of the large universities." Old Main,
the original home of the SchoolIn 1918, the school became known as
the School of Commerce and Business Administration. At that time,
the school then included five departments: markets, business
administration, accounting, political science, and history. Other
majors continued to be added over time. In 1952, under the
direction of professor C. D. McBride, the Management Institute came
into existence. Utah's economy was rapidly shifting from
agriculture to business, and Utah State University, as the
land-grant institution in Utah, had an obligation to provide
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