University of Wisconsin Business School to Vote on Halting M.B.A. Admissions

Officials at the Wisconsin School of Business have proposed suspending admissions to its full-time master’s in business administration program for a year.

At a time when students want shorter, more targeted degrees, the school at the University of Wisconsin-Madison may become the latest to discontinue its flagship M.B.A. program. The University of Iowa’s Tippie College of Business and Wake Forest University’s business school have also ended their full-time M.B.A. programs recently, citing flagging student demand.