(from The Wall Street Journal):
By Kelsey Gee
One of the country’s oldest business schools is considering closing its M.B.A. program, the latest tremor in the troubled market for graduate business degrees.
An administrator at the University of Wisconsin’s School of Business said the school is reviewing its business programs, a process that may result in ending its full-time master’s of business administration program in favor of adding shorter, more specialized degrees.
Flagging student interest is prompting schools to take a hard look at their M.B.A. programs. In August, the University of Iowa’s Tippie College of Business said it would end its full-time M.B.A., and Wake Forest University moved to end its two-year program in 2014. CONTINUE READING HERE