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All the regular students who enrolled in 1908-1909 and 25 of the special students held college degrees, a total of 58. Of that total, 42 were graduates of Harvard College. Massachusetts Institute of The Idea and the Founding, 1898-1908 29 Technology, Williams College, and Yale University each had two graduates in the list, and each of 10 other colleges was represented by one graduate. Thus 14 colleges were represented. Of the total number of students, including specials, 59 were from Massachuwere from New 10 were from 10 other states, and 2 York, 9 were from foreign countries.
Commerce to be established in this country was the Wharton School of Commerce and Finance, founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1881. By 1908 the Wharton School had introduced, in addition to its regular undergraduate program, first school of part-time evening courses for students employed during the day and also several graduate courses. Just before the turn of the century, undergraduate schools of commerce were organized at the University of Chicago and the Amos Tuck School of Adminand Finance was opened at Dartmouth College and in the same year the New York University School of Commerce, Accounts, and Finance began its operations.
Even in the first year, as indicated by the catalogue description, the course went far beyond School, the examination of resources. stated: The catalogue for the opening year The Idea and the Founding, 1898-1908 23 the aim of this course to give an analysis of the chief commercial factors which must be considered by the businessman who It is seeks to gain or hold a market for his commodities. The conditions, both geographical and economic, here studied are primarily those relating to the domestic commerce of the United States, but toward the end of the course consideration will be given to the foreign trade of the country and its relative position in international trade.