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By Venessa Wong
As the world's business landscape evolves, universities are attempting to keep up by fostering teaching that supports an interdisciplinary approach to solving problems. The following programs, offered at both business schools and design colleges (sometimes jointly by both), present a snapshot of the nascent movement to teach design thinking and innovation to a new generation of global corporate leaders. Schools are listed in alphabetical order.