The Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business established in 1960 at University of Pittsburgh and began offering the nation's first one-year Master of Business Administration program. The Katz Graduate School of Business delivers a high quality business education that stresses experienced-based learning and the development of an appropriate mix of hard and soft skills to ensure students' success in a competitive, global marketplace.
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One of the defining characteristics of the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business and the College of Business Administration is the importance they place on experience-based learning. Through Consulting Field Project, case competitions, and the use of business tools in the classroom, their students have the opportunity to apply the theories they are studying in the classroom to real business problems.