The Gourman report: a rating of graduate and professional programs in American and international universities

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National Education Standards, 1993 - Study Aids - 310 pages
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Dr. Gourman uses 14 criteria to evaluate advanced educational programs, including curricula, faculty qualifications, administration, facilities, and academic selectivity. This edition of the graduate and professional programs survey covers over 100 individual disciplines, including law and medicine. New sections include rankings of approved doctoral programs in business and management; selective doctoral programs in accounting, finance, management/organization behavior and marketing; MBA/management schools and graduate schools of engineering. The data is organized so that educators, administrators, corporations, students and licensing authorities can locate information quickly and efficiently.

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Jack Gourman, Ph.D., has been preparing assessments of education for over thirty years. He is a former professor of political science and is now an educational consultant to several major corporations, institutions and government agencies.

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