Fewer Women Are Choosing College Business ProgramsBy
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill had a question for women undergrads who had expressed interest in an economics major: Would you consider attending the business school? For the first time this year, the women were invited to participate in focus groups to discuss their career goals, and a representative of the school’s Kenan-Flagler Business School spoke about the 10 different concentrations available, ranging from consulting to international business.
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