Written by: David Steele Published by: Inside Higher Ed on 5/11/22 MBA News Digest Comment: This means the GME pipeline is shrinking. The number is up to 39 million. Extracted Content: The number of students who left college before earning a credential continued to rise during the last two years. Click Here to Read More Via Original Source … [Read more...] about Tide of Exits Without Degrees Still Rising
Written by: John Byrne Published by: Poets&Quants on 4/29/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: These numbers are impressive. However, total GME degree seekers would be more impressive. Extracted Content: How many students are currently enrolled in MBA programs? It depends on how you count. The latest numbers from the AACSB (the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), the primary … [Read more...] about How Many Students Are Studying For An MBA?
Written by: Dawn McWilliams Published by: Syracuse University MBA News Digest Comment: Great example of two institutions partnering to offer a dual degree program and streamlining the application process. Extracted Content: SUNY Upstate Medical University and the Martin J. Whitman School of Management are launching a joint M.D./MBA, allowing students to earn two valuable degrees in a … [Read more...] about SUNY Upstate, Syracuse University Partner for M.D./MBA Program
Written by: Vanessa Fuhrmans and Kathryn Dill Published by: The Wall Street Journal MBA News Digest Comment: What does this mean for GME recruiting and enrollment during the next 5-10 years? Extracted Content: Tech job postings have boomed over the past two years as work, shopping and other aspects of daily life have gone more digital. At the same time, millions of Americans quit their jobs, … [Read more...] about Blue-Collar Workers Make the Leap to Tech Jobs, No College Degree Necessary
Written by: Katherine Breward and Daniel Samosh Published by: The Conversation MBA News Digest Comment: Interesting to think that a GME program's lack of awareness about disability-related barriers can reduce community well-being. Extracted Content: Equitable access to employment is a prerequisite for a just society, yet many job candidates struggle to find work aligned with their goals, needs … [Read more...] about How MBA programs can remove disability-related barriers
Written by: Gigi De La Torre Published by: The College Fix MBA News Digest Comment: Is this a case of "no good deed goes unpunished" or the "devil is in the details?" Extracted Content: Pizza Hut’s parent company excluded white males from MBA program The Department of Education has opened two investigations into the University of Louisville and Howard University for possible discrimination … [Read more...] about Federal investigation launched into MBA program that excludes white males