Arthur D. Little School of Management
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|Arthur D. Little School of Management|
|Location||Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA|
|Affiliations||New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)|
Arthur D. Little, the world’s oldest management consulting firm, established Arthur D. Little School of Management, the fully accredited non-profit school, in 1964. the school was modeled on the MIT Sloan School of Management. In 1976, the school was accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, the school attracts some of the world’s most successful business leaders and professors.
In 1996, the Arthur D. Little School of Management formed a partnership with Boston College's Carroll School of Management, giving it access to the college's facilities. The following year the Arthur D. Little School of Management became an independent non-profit entity, with Arthur D. Little Inc. as its only shareholder.
The Arthur D Little School of Management was thought to be the world’s only example of an accredited non-profit university that was corporately owned. Many of the professors who teach at ADL were full-time professors at the Harvard Business School, MIT Sloan, Babson, Northeastern and Boston College.
The Master of Science in Management Program was an intense globally focused, one-year graduate degree program designed for experienced professionals moving into positions of increased managerial responsibility.