Entrepreneurs and executives alike are increasingly turning to college- and university-level programs to gain an edge, according to administrators and participants. Pursuing a business-related degree—either for the first time as an undergrad, or as a boomerang student for a graduate degree—can be a juggling act, balancing work, family, and school responsibilities, but it's worth the sweat, according to studies and conversations with adult students.
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