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Danube University Krems Business School
Offices: Krems, Austria
The Danube University Krems Business School characterizes its view of management in a business environment characterized by globalization. Globalization means growing worldwide interdependence of politics, economics, culture, businesses, and consumers, and it demands individuals, who, with professional expertise and understanding, can provide leadership for companies and their employees. Managers must be proficient with traditional management techniques, but at the same time they must posses social competence and intercultural adaptability.
Dartmouth University School of Business
Offices: Hanover, California
The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth is the first graduate school of business—and is one of the top management schools in the world. Tuck offers only one degree program—the full-time MBA. Such focus allows Tuck to offer outstanding support to its students and faculty. In addition to its MBA program, Tuck offers a select array of executive education and other non-degree programs, like the Tuck Business Bridge ProgramŽ.
DePaul University Graduate School of Business
Offices: Chicago, California
DePaul's Kellstadt Graduate School of Business provides a high-quality, pragmatic and flexible education experience for working professionals. They are widely recognized as a premier provider of graduate business education as their Evening MBA program has been ranked a top-10 program by US News & World Report for more than a decade. They cater to the educational needs of professionals who represent all facets of the Chicagoland business community.
DeVry University Graduate School of Management
Offices: Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois
DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management offers seven master's degree programs in management as well as a variety of graduate certificates. Each year thousands of working professionals enhance their careers through Keller. Convenience, flexibility and the highest standards of educational excellence are hallmarks of Keller that can be experienced while earning your master’s degree in as little as one year.
Drake University College of Business & Public Administration
Offices: Des Moines, Iowa
The Drake University College of Business and Public Administration (CBPA) is to educate effective business and professional leaders by bringing the world into the classroom and taking the classroom into the world. The CBPA offers a student centered environment for the study of business. Approximately 900 students are pursuing undergraduate degrees in ten majors. An additional 475 students are enrolled in graduate studies pursuing masters degrees in business administration (MBA), public administration (MPA), finance (MFM) and accounting (MACC).
Drexel University College of Business
Offices: Philadelphia, California
Recognized by Financial Times, US News & World Report and Entrepreneur for superior programs, Drexel University's LeBow College of Business continues to build upon the legacy of Drexel University founder and eminent financier Anthony J. Drexel. The College strives to empower, enrich and inspire future business leaders through an innovative, strategic approach to business education defined by leadership and ethics, industry perspectives and technological orientation.
Duke University School of Business
Offices: Durham, California
In its relatively short history, The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University has established itself as one of the leading business schools in the world. Fuqua is the youngest of the top-tier US business schools. They enrolled their first class (12 strong) in 1970. Today, the annual enrollment in their degree programs is approximately 1,340. These programs include The Duke MBA (daytime) program, The Duke MBA—Global Executive program, The Duke MBA—Weekend Executive program, The Duke MBA—Cross Continent program and the PhD program.