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Business school

A business school is a university-level institution that confers degrees in Business Administration. It teaches topics such as accounting, finance, information systems, marketing, organizational behavior, strategy, human resource management, and quantitative methods.

They include schools of business, business administration, and management. There are four principal forms of business school.

1. Most of the university business schools are faculties, colleges or departments within the university, and teach predominantly business courses.
2. In North America a business school is often understood to be a university graduate school which offers a Master of Business Administration or equivalent degree.
3. Also in North America the term "business school" can refer to a different type of institution: a two-year school that grants the Associate's degree in various business subjects. Most of these schools began as secretarial schools, then expanded into accounting or bookkeeping and similar subjects. They are typically operated as businesses, rather than as institutions of higher learning.
4. In Europe and Asia, some universities teach business only.

Business school degrees

  • Associate's Degree: AA, AAB, ABA, AS
  • Bachelor's Degrees: BBA, BBus, BComm, BSBA, BAcc, BABA, BBS, and BSc
  • Master's Degrees: MBA, MAcc, MMR, MSMR, MPA, MSM, MHA, MSF, MSc, MST and MCOMM
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management (PGDBM), Post Graduate Program (PGP) in Business Management, Post Graduate Program (PGP) in Management
  • Doctoral Degrees: Ph.D., DBA, DHA, DM, DCOM, FPM

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