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The dark night of the part-time MBA program

Business schools put to test as key source of revenue is strained

Chairs sit open during an evening finance course at Northeastern University. Though overall enrollment in Northeastern's night MBA program is up, other schools in the Boston area aren't faring as well. Chairs sit open during an evening finance course at Northeastern University. Though overall enrollment in Northeastern's night MBA program is up, other schools in the Boston area aren't faring as well. (Erik Jacobs for the Boston Globe)
By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / January 18, 2009

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The lights are dimming for nighttime MBA programs. With the economy in the dumps and companies scaling back on tuition reimbursement, some Boston area business schools are feeling strains in their evening programs designed to let working professionals earn master of business administration degrees. (Full article: 961 words)

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