The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, has established itself as one of the leading business schools in the world. With talented faculty and renowned research centers, it sits among top-ranked U.S. business schools.
Thomas Keller was a professor of Accounting as well as Editor of The Accounting Review when he began his 22 years of service as Fuqua's Dean in 1974.
Launched our presence in Latin America
Launched Master of Management Studies: Duke Kunshan University (MMS: DKU) program.
Broke ground in Kunshan, China, to establish Duke Kunshan University.
Launched Master of Management Studies: Foundations of Business (MMS: FOB) program.
Global Initiative launched our presence in India, UAE, China, Russia, and the UK.
Corporate Sustainability Initiative (CSI) founded.
The Fuqua/Coach K Center of Leadership & Ethics (COLE) founded.
Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) founded.
Duke Corporate Education and Cross Continent MBA program launched.
Global Executive MBA program launched.
Health Sector Management first offered as a concentration
J.B. Fuqua and Dean Tom Keller sign agreements in Russia for Soviet managers to be trained in business fundamentals at Fuqua.
R. David Thomas Executive Conference Center opens on campus.
Weekend Executive MBA program launched.
The school moves into the Keller Building on Fuqua’s campus
The school is named in honor of J.B. Fuqua with his $10 million gift to the school.
Board of Visitors formed.
Duke charters the Graduate School of Business Administration.
Duke University established.