Six years after the introduction of the modular MBA program at Babson College, Dean Moore reflects on its overall impact. The program’s innovative structure has helped foster larger-scale institutional transformation, producing substantial new endowment income and foundation support for the college. Enrollment growth, improved student quality, and impressive gains in graduate student placement reinforce the new MBA program’s popularity among both students and employers. Administrators initiate similar changes in the undergraduate and part-time MBA programs. Can the innovative curriculum be replicated in ways that meet the needs of undergraduate business and part-time MBA students?
Subjects: Curriculum, Strategic Planning, Leadership, Organizational Change
Setting: Small Private
Also available: Curriculum Change at Babson College (A)
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