Definition of Business school
1. Noun. A graduate school offering study leading to a degree of Master in Business Administration.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Business School
Literary usage of Business school
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bulletin by United States Bureau of war risk insurance. Division of military and naval insurance, United States (1917)
"The business school, for purposes of convenience, is held in the same building as the elementary school. It consists of four courses. ..."
2. Education for Business by Leverett Samuel Lyon (1922)
"From our experience a majority of the men who come to the business school know only that they want to enter business, with little or no knowledge of the ..."
3. The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly by William Farrand Felch, George C. Atwell, H. Phelps Arms, Frances Trevelyan Miller (1905)
"One of the forces of this great work of education is EM Huntsinger, the founder and head of the Huntsinger business school (Inc.) in Hartford. ..."
4. Addresses and Proceedings by National Education Association of the United States, National Teachers' Association (U.S.)., American Normal School Association, Central College Association (1904)
"In the same part of the building occupied by the Brown Schools are a number of special exhibits of business-school text-book publishers, and some private ..."