Joint program involving Cornell and Queen's -- far from their campuses -- reflects evolution of distance programs and value of M.B.A. market.
Brigham Young's Idaho campus plans to use Harvard Business School's famous curricular method to reform its own curriculum.
Public institutions nationwide are increasingly varying undergraduate tuition rates by major.
Its new dual-degree program targets students who want a traditional liberal arts education mixed with a background in business (no marketing, please).
Illinois State University's College of Business is set to require students in certain majors to dress up for class -- or leave.
Demand for business education among Indian students is still growing, but U.S. share and historical advantage appear to be slipping.
Harvard and its competitors are busting the myth that the model M.B.A. applicant has worked five years after college.
Responding to student pressure, the College of Business at Illinois State keeps its business-casual requirement but lessens consequences for violations.
The University of Minnesota's management school has changes in store for undergraduates next fall: mandatory travel abroad, and a new nonprofit track.
Author of From Higher Aims to Hired Hands discusses what is wrong with business schools today.
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