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A university often includes many professional schools. Most of the criticisms of business schools are not unique; some are actually criticisms that apply to many or all university-based professional schools. Therefore, comparing the business school to these other professional schools will help to sort out which concerns are unique to business schools. An important starting point is the question: What is a profession? This chapter describes the characteristics of a profession and compares the business school to that list. The chapter concludes with a discussion of the rationale for the inclusion of professional schools in the university—especially schools for professions that do not hold all of these characteristics.
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- Professions, University-Based Professional Schools, and Business as a Profession
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