Business Educators Struggle to Put Students to Work

Business Educators Struggle to Put Students to Work

Business majors spend less time preparing for class than do students in any other broad field, according to the most recent National Survey of Student Engagement: Nearly half of seniors majoring in business say they spend fewer than 11 hours a week studying outside class. According to this Chronicle of Higher Education article, there's cause for concern and the trends are disturbing. And in management and marketing, no strong consensus has emerged about what students ought to learn or how they ought to learn it. Full story from The Chronicle of Higher Education here.

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