A business school is a university-level school that offers degrees in a variety of business-related subjects. It may often be a department or institution within a university or it can be a separate school. Instead of a general education, business schools prepare students to enter into the business world. ESCP Europe is considered to be the world's oldest business school.
Subjects[change | change source]
A business school teaches topics that include:
- business strategy
- human resources management
- information systems
- organizational psychology
- organizational behavior
- public relations
- research methods
- real estate
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