The business school of Duke University is called the Fuqua School of Business.
Formed in 1969, the business school derives its name from businessman and philanthropist J.B.Fuqua. Click here to access the Duke profile.
From the Fuqua School of Business website:
"Fuqua is built on the principle that hard work combined with the desire for knowledge is the formula for success.
Leadership in the 21st century is defined by challenges and opportunities that are global in scope. This demands a new kind of talent.
he Fuqua School of Business appreciates and values differences inherent within our community. As an organization we are committed to building and sustaining an environment of diversity.
As a school, Fuqua is dedicated to advancing the understanding of management through research and providing the highest quality education for business and not-for-profit leaders worldwide."
Duke currently offers 4 MBA programs:
Cross-continent MBA: International program for working professionals from around the globe who are ready to take the next step in their careers.
Global Executive MBA: International program tailored for senior executives who complete the program from anywhere in the world without interruptions to their career.
Weekend Executive MBA: A traditional weekend format ideal for mid- to senior-level working professionals.
Daytime MBA: A top ranked, traditional, full-time MBA program.