More than 100 MBA programs were closed from 2014 to 2018:
Several U.S. business schools have closed their struggling full-time M.B.A. programs in recent months, and the coronavirus outbreak may endanger more.
The costs of full time, in-residence, on campus programs has become to unwieldy, say the schools. And with the pandemic, in-residence programs are essentially going away. A related factor, now, is the collapse of their international student enrollment.
Analysts think there could be only a few dozen in-residence MBA programs left, within in years – and those primarily at the elite schools.