By Carolyn Dibrell
Look on the Internet for business models and you could spend an entire week learning how to develop a BMC — business model canvas. You could spend months practicing what to do or getting up to speed with new trends in the “hip” business culture. You could spend years reading about historically well-modeled companies.
With so many options in business today, it is no wonder that the No. 1 undergraduate degree in the United States is a bachelor’s degree in business. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, of the 1,791,000 B.A. degrees conferred in 2011-‘12, the leading degree was in the field of business at 367,000 followed by 179,000 in social science. And during the same period, M.B.A.’s topped the list at 192,000, or 25 percent of all advanced degrees.Read More