More B Schools Not To Overlook
There's an omission in your otherwise excellent coverage of graduate business education ("B-schools: Don't overlook these up-and-comers," Personal Business, Feb. 13). Northeastern University's Cooperative Education MBA takes an unusual approach to management training: After six months of required course work, co-op students take challenging six-month work assignments at corporations such as IBM, Kraft General Foods, and Polaroid.
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