Hendrickson, William J.
M.S. (Master of Science)
Department of Marketing
National Council of Business Schools||Business education--Study and teaching
Problem The purpose of this investigation is to survey the curricula of the selected private business schools of the National Association and Council of Business Schools in order to obtain data on curricular patterns and developments with implications for improvement of curricula in private business schools. Procedure This study Involved the following steps: 1. The Initial step involved coordination with executives and officials of the National Association and Council of Business Schools to gain cooperation. 2. A review of Important studies in the private business school field was made. 3. A general history of business education in private business schools in the United States was made. 4. A questionnaire was prepared and sent to all member schools of the National Association and Council of Business schools. 5. The data from the questionnaire were classified, analyzed, and interpreted. 6. Conclusions and recommendations were made.
Karp, Robert E., "Curriculum survey of the National Association and Council of Business Schools" (1962). Graduate Research Theses & Dissertations. 2031.
iii, 83 pages
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