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    The Stackable Online Course Portfolio

    By sharing courses across multiple programs, Penn State Smeal makes it possible for students to easily customize their educational experiences.
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    International Students Put Enrollments On Hold

    International applications to U.S. master’s and doctoral programs increased in 2020—but first-time enrollments of international graduate students declined.
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    5 Alternative MBA Programs Meeting Learner Needs

    Is the traditional MBA format still relevant today? Some schools are innovating their programs to accommodate the shifting demands of learners and the workforce.
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    The Changing Nature of ‘Selection’ in Graduate Management Education

    With increased globalization and new and different program types on the market, how has "selection" shifted for business school admissions?
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    MBA vs Master’s: Why Some Business Schools Are Closing Their MBA Programs

    While the MBA remains the world’s most sought-after graduate management degree, recent data suggests that some business schools are closing their MBA programs in favor of master’s degrees.
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    5 Ways Business Schools Are Changing

    Social, technological, and geopolitical changes have caused business schools to change how they do everything—from delivering curriculum to conceptualizing business as a discipline.
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    Preliminary Results From the 2017–18 Business School Questionnaire

    Data collection for the 2017–18 AACSB Business School Questionnaire and BSQ Finances Module officially closed in early June. Here's what we can tell you based on the surveys we accepted so far.
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