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Since the Farmer MBA program has only 76 students, personalized attention from faculty is a given. Above, Dean Roger Jenkins talks to students about an MBA case competition.
The Farmer MBA curriculum emphasizes case studies, which account for 40% of the program. Lectures account for 30% and experiential learning another 20%. Some MBA courses are taught by teams of faculty to give students many perspectives within the same subject.