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A business school grants academic degrees in business administration or management at undergraduate levels (associate or bachelor’s) and/or graduate levels (postgraduate diploma, master’s, or doctorate). Some schools also grant degrees in accounting and other specialized fields of study, such as master of finance or taxation. A “B-school,” such as the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, may be officially titled a business college, college of business, college of business administration, college or school of commerce, college or school of management, school of business, or school of business administration. The word graduate may be attached, as in the Stanford Graduate School of Business, signifying that only graduate degrees are conferred. In the University of Virginia, the undergraduate McIntire School of Commerce and the graduate Darden ...

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