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Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: 2008
Version: 29 February 2008
Length: 17 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business offered a discipline-based, flexible MBA program to full time, evening, weekend, and executive MBA students. At a time when other MBA programs were introducing significant changes to their curricula, Chicago felt its traditional approach worked well, and it was not contemplating significant change. This case describes Chicago''s approach to MBA education and the challenges it faced.
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Abstract

The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business offered a discipline-based, flexible MBA program to full time, evening, weekend, and executive MBA students. At a time when other MBA programs were introducing significant changes to their curricula, Chicago felt its traditional approach worked well, and it was not contemplating significant change. This case describes Chicago''s approach to MBA education and the challenges it faced.

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