WSU mulls biz Ph.D. program

Begin, Sherri
January 2007
Crain's Detroit Business;1/15/2007, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p3
The article reports that Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, may launch a doctoral program in business this fall, a move aimed at making the university more competitive in attracting business faculty. Provost Nancy Barrett said the university has been considering a doctoral program for many years, but the critical mass of research-oriented faculty needed to launch wasn't there before.


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