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Welcome to Wikiversity's School of Business

Wikiversity's School of Business is the online community's center of business education, and is committed to teaching and educating the online community in all matters related to business.

The school aims to harness the community in writing Wikibooks, Learning Projects, and Learning Materials related to business.

Areas of StudyEdit

Currently the School of Business is composed of the following areas of studies, modeled after recognized existing universities.

Learning resourcesEdit

Core curriculumEdit

In order to form a good basic understanding of business, it is recommended that students visit General Studies of Business Administration and study the following courses as prerequisites for all other concentrations.

School newsEdit

  • Thursday 9th August 2007 - Added 'Employee Training and Development' division to 'Human Resource Management' department.
  • Monday 18th December 2006 - Main page updated.
  • Sunday 17th December 2006 - 'Principles of Management' lesson updated.

Things you can do!Edit

  • Clean up Draft:Economics and move it to become a subpage of a supporting main page learning project.
  • Clean up Draft:Funding and move it to become a subpage of a supporting main page learning project.
  • Clean up Draft:Gift economy and move it to become a subpage of a supporting main page learning project.
  • Clean up Draft:Insider trading and move it to become a subpage of a supporting main page learning project.
  • Clean up Draft:Monopolistic practices and move it to become a subpage of a supporting main page learning project.
  • Clean up Draft:Repellor vehicles and move it to become a subpage of a supporting main page learning project.
  • Clean up Draft:Stroke management and move it to become a subpage of a supporting main page learning project.

Active participantsEdit

The histories of Wikiversity pages indicate who the active participants are. If you are an active participant in this school, you can list your name here (this can help small schools grow and the participants communicate better; for large schools it is not needed).

Inactive participantsEdit

Wikimedia resourcesEdit

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit