Scaling Back

June 3, 2010  |  

(Wall Street Journal) –Tough times are reshaping some executive M.B.A. programs. Enrollment in many of these programs is slipping, as companies looking to cut costs scale back—and in some cases eliminate—their financial support for employees’ executive M.B.A. studies. Some prospective students, left to foot a bigger share of the bill than they expected, are balking at the programs’ high price, which can easily soar over the $100,000 mark. Others, feeling insecure at work because of the way companies have been cutting jobs, don’t want to take time away from work to attend lectures or otherwise let their studies interfere with their responsibilities.

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