Krannert School of Management

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The school of business at Purdue University. Its enrollment is approximately 2,800 students. The Krannert School of Management offers undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degree programs in a variety of business disciplines, including accounting, management, economics, industrial management, marketing and finance.

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Located in West Lafayette, Indiana, the Krannert School of Management was established in 1962. In 2009, the business school was ranked 45th among 75 business schools in the country according to Forbes.
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