Is it bad to be a "pinhead?"

<p>A few weeks ago, I visited the University of Michigan, particularly the Ross School of Business. I am a current high school junior, and want to study business.</p>

<p>On the tour, I talked with a man currently in the field of business (his daughter was on the tour). I told him my concern, that I would have no desire to go to Michigan if not accepted into Ross. </p>

<p>He told me that people who study business as an undergrad AND get their MBA are known as "pinheads" in the business world, people who know NOTHING other than business.</p>

<p>So my question for you:
Is it better to get a more liberal arts education, then get an MBA?</p>

<p>Or, if I am passionate about going into business should I stick to what I enjoy? Is it possible to get a well rounded education in a business school?</p>

<p>Thanks in advance.</p>

<p>I think the guy who told you that is the "pinhead". If you plan on working in the business field, then I think it would be logical to know business.</p>