It was the last economics lesson of the semester, and somehow the lecturer managed to spew out examples that were unheard of. And I realized, this gargantuan exposure we were supposed to have and acquire. Seriously lacking in the critical thinking skills department; we can’t think out of the box. The lecturer asks a question and you could hear the deafening silence. There is stark difference between the way MIT or Oxford’s business school conducts their lectures and, ours. Not to mention, the quality of graduates churned out. Sure, SMU might be a step in that direction, but the system’s still green. After all, most of us are cut out to recite a textbook backwards.
Yes, backwards. We actually believe it works.