Babcock Graduate School of Management

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DEFINITION of 'Babcock Graduate School of Management'

The school of business at Wake Forest University. It has an enrollment of approximately 500 students. The Babcock Graduate School of Management offers graduate degree programs in a variety of business disciplines, and has centers devoted to entrepreneurship and family-run businesses.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Babcock Graduate School of Management'

Located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, the Babcock Graduate School of Management was established in 1969. In 2009, the business school was ranked 34th out of 75 schools according to Forbes.

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