Sizing Up Syracuse's Downsizing

The upstate New York school cut back its full-time MBA class. Admissions Director Carol Swanberg talks about how it's working out

With a new dean, a new building, a new career-services director, and a new name—the Whitman School of Management— the last two years have been eventful ones for the MBA program at Syracuse University. Although the full-time program is small, Carol Swanberg, the Whitman School's director of graduate admissions and financial aid, has hopes of almost doubling the size of next year's class.

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