Welcome to another installment of Knewton’s MBA roundup! This week, check out articles about JD/MBA programs, MBA salaries, careers in Venture Capital, and the evolving state of the MBA degree in today’s society.
Torn between a J.D and an M.B.A? You can do both. Columbia Business School, the Kellogg School of Management, and University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business now offer 3-year JD/MBA programs with the law schools at their respective universities.
According to the Boston Herald, Tyra Banks has decided to enhance her business savvy by attending Harvard Business School.
Have your eye on the 2+2 program at HBS? Click here to read Dee Leopold discuss recent changes in the admissions process.
Planning to enter Venture Capital after your MBA degree? This article will help you plan your career.
As we know, the MBA degree is continuously evolving to reflect the times. Here’s a look at how its changed in this generation.
Companies are becoming more obsessed with retaining top talent. Click here to read about “baptism fires,” “accelerator experiences,” “crucible roles” and other ways in which companies keep their vital few.