Joseph M. Katz Graduate School Of Business

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The business school at the University of Pittsburgh. The Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business offers several MBA degrees as well as a doctorate program. The school provides curriculum in accounting, finance, business, marketing and management, among other disciplines.

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The Joseph M. Katz school was introduced by the university in 1907 in the form of an evening curriculum. The Katz school was ranked among the top 50 in America by U.S. News and World Report in 2007, and has been ranked highly by the Princeton Review and the London Financial Times as well.

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