The Fuqua School of Business Review 2019: It is a business school located in North, Carolina united states, it was established in 169 and enrolled its first class of 20 students in 1970. Four years later that is in 1974 Thomas F.keller a 1953 Duke graduate became the dean.
In three years his campaign raises $24 million, $10 million of which came from businessman and philanthropist J.B Fuqua. The graduate school changed its name to Fuqua school of business.
The Fuqua School of Business Review 2019
Duke currently enrolls 1300 scholars pursuing different degree programs which include the daytime master of business (MBA), the master of management studies, the global executive MBA; it also offers joint degree programs in medicine, law, environmental management, forestry, public policy, and nursing.
The school also offers a Ph.D. program. In addition, Duke executive offers non-degree programs in business education and professional development programs.
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The school is currently 15th ranked business school in the united states by Bloomberg business week. The school is well equipped with amazing learning facilities that offer ample research and learning environment, the facilities includes:
- Thomas F.Keller.
This building hosts several classrooms and various offices, basically, it was named after the former dean Thomas F.keller.
- Breeden Hall
It was named in honor of Dean Douglas Breeden and his wife Josie it hosts the ford library, MBA admission, operations offices, meeting space and classrooms.
Bloomberg business week.
(The Fuqua School of Business Review)