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Goizueta Business School
Goizueta Business School (pronounced goy-swet-ah) is the business school of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. It is named after Roberto Goizueta, a former president of the The Coca-Cola Company. The school is considered a top business school, ranked in the top 20 overall and first in leadership by BusinessWeek in 2004. The school offers seven degree programs: an undergraduate business degree, a two-year full-time MBA, a one-year full-time MBA, a weekend Executive MBA, a modular Executive MBA, an evening MBA, and a Ph.D. program.
Many professors at the school are considered world-class in their field, hailing from places such as Wharton, London Business School, and other top univerisities. The professors are also noted as highly accessible to students.
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