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Management American style: a US university teaches western business ways to Chinese students

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As part of its effort to expand its academic system, the Chinese government invited the Stevens Institute of Technology to conduct an 18-month program towards a master's degree in telecommunications management at the Beijing Institute of Technology. Using a curriculum similar to the one offered at Steven's Hoboken, NJ, campus, the program involves on-campus classes as well as Web-based tutorials. In return, Stevens is provided with the opportunity to tap into a fast-growing, technology-hungry market.

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IEEE Spectrum  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 6 )