One of the major appeals of SBSP was that business and non-business majors attend. I know that some summer business programs do not include business majors. In retrospect, including those with business backgrounds alongside non-business majors allowed for enhanced collaboration. For example, my roommate was an engineering major. I was able to help him with major accounting concepts in our accounting class. Despite having no business background, he was able to quickly understand many of the financial equations we learned in class due to his high-level math proficiency. This sort of collaboration was very constructive, and I appreciate that Booth fostered a multidisciplinary environment.