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Are Specialized MBA Programs the Cure for Sickly Enrollment?

With business school enrollment on the decline nationwide, Indiana University welcomes a curious crop of grad students this semester: doctors studying the business of medicine.

We wonder: Are hyperspecific MBAs the solution to sagging enrollment?

Industries are looking for people with particular expertise. Business schools aren't creating programs and looking for demand; demand is driving the programs.
—Robert Sullivan, chair of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business

[Luke Bott (diploma)]

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