Many U.S. undergraduate business schools are taking on “mega-classes,” which combine several business classes that are usually taught separately—such as marketing, accounting, and finance—into one integrated course lasting the whole semester. This new structure gives students a more realistic experience of their future careers because students are asked to use different disciplines and participate in team projects simulating real-world business scenarios. This 12-credit class serves the purpose of the normally scattered 3-credit classes through a more integrative approach.
Fox, Brooke. “More business schools adopting ‘mega-class’ curriculums.” Campus Life. USA Today, 27 Oct. 2015. Web. 29 Oct. 2015.