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Catholic U. starts a business school—without MBAs

By eCampus News staff and wire reports
January 22nd, 2013

Catholic University announced this month the creation of an unusual business school in which every course touches on morality and ethics, the Washington Post reports. Interestingly, none of the business degrees offered at the D.C. university will include the traditional staple of business schools: a master’s in business administration. Instead of an MBA, graduate students in the School of Business and Economics will be able to choose from four master’s degree programs: business analysis; accounting; international political economics; and integral economic development management. The school also offers several undergraduate degree programs. And every course, officials say, will tackle questions of business ethics…

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