The Education of American Businessmen: A Study of University-College Programs in Business Administration

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TABLE 1
DATE BUSINESS SCHOOL STARTED*
DateNumber of
institutions
Before 19003
1900-190910
1910-191933
1920-192420
1925-192922
1930-19346
1935-19399
1940-19445
1945-194917
1950-13
Total138
*Of the 138 institutions answering this question, 30, or 22 per cent of the total, were
business schools established after 1944, and 75, or 54 per cent of the total, were estab-
lished between 1910 and 1929.
TABLE 2
BUDGET OF BUSINESS SCHOOL, 1956-1957*
Number of
Amountinstitutions
Over $500,00015
400,000-499,99915
300,000-399,99915
200,000-299,99927
100,000-199,99930
50,000-99,99918
Under $50,0004
Total124
Not given14
Total138
*Of the 124 institutions answering this question, the highest number (30, or 24 per
cent of the total) reported annual academic business program budgets in the interval
$100,000-$199,999; 75 institutions, or 61 per cent of the total, reported business budgets
between $50,000 and $299,999 per annum.

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