Amid Financial Woes, Business Schools Adapt Teachers and professors across the nation are using the financial crisis as a lesson for their students. A class on global economics in the MBA program at Thunderbird School of Global Management in Phoenix examines the downturn.

Amid Financial Woes, Business Schools Adapt

Amid Financial Woes, Business Schools Adapt

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Teachers and professors across the nation are using the financial crisis as a lesson for their students.

A class on global economics in the MBA program at Thunderbird School of Global Management in Phoenix examines the downturn.

Rene Gutel reports for KJZZ.