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A tiny California college whose graduates out-earn Harvard and Stanford grads is changing how we train students to enter the job market

Harvey Mudd

Harvey Mudd College (HMC), a tiny liberal-arts school in Claremont, California, is an engineering, science, and mathematics powerhouse.

In fact, its graduates out-earn those from Harvard and Stanford about 10 years into their careers.

But in addition to its reputation for producing strong graduates in the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and math), HMC students — also called Mudders — embrace the arts.

The school not only encourages, but demands, Mudders graduate with a strong liberal arts background, taking just as many courses in the humanities as they must in core introductory courses in the sciences.

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Source:: BusinessInsider.Com