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

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INDEX
Abegglen, James C., 99, 100-102, 104, 108, 130
Accounting, 77, 80, 81, 141-142
degrees, 357-358
history of development, 8, 40, 42, 51, 52, 358-366 programs, evaluation of, 366-378
graduate, 381-389
doctoral, 389
undergraduate,208-211,223-224
recommendations, graduate, 383-389
undergraduate, 373-381
(See also Curriculum)
Adams, John F., 72
Adelphi College, 582
Admissions policies, 59-65
Adult education, 13, 108
(See also Evening-extension programs; Management development programs)
Alderson, Wroe, 450
Aldrich, Morton, 36
American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business, 45, 53, 59, 173, 174, 202, 272, 273, 289, 366, 392, 577, 618
history, 51-52
requirements, 47, 165, 174, 199, 277, 285, 299
American Council on Education, 74, 298, 672
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, 860
American Management Association, 537, 564
American University, 280
Amherst College, 69, 695
Andrews, Kenneth R., 288, 578, 574, 578
Anshen, Melvin, 574, 596
Anthropology, 38
Babson Institute of Business Administration, 61
Baker, George P., 299
Bartels, Robert, 426
Behaviorial sciences, 192-195, 213-214, 250-251, 267, 326-328
Bittner, W. S., 611
Blauch, Lloyd E., 26
Bogue, Jesse P., 640
Bokelman, W. Robert, 4
Bossard, James H. S., 40, 44, 45, 47, 52
Boston College, 61
Boston University, 61
Bowen, Howard R., 252, 701
Bowman, E. H., 496, 500
Brooklyn College, 611
Brown, Lyndon O., 425
Brown University, 69, 107
Brubacher, John S., 19, 273
Brumbaugh, A. J., 672
Business education, branches of, 10-12
goals and purpose, 149-159, 232-233, 237, 295, 323-324
graduate versus undergraduate programs, 134, 147, 150-152, 186, 282, 241
major issues, 18-15, 52-58, 78-86
prospects, 9-10
Business environment, 49, 89-93
Business law, 51, 52, 213, 251-252, 267
Business policy courses, 245, 257, 290
Business schools, administration, 196-197
and employers, 84-123
enrollments, 7, 50, 170-171

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