Temitope Alaba Odesanya, Ahmad Ibrahim Bagudu


The need for achieving quality in business education cannot be over-emphasized in a globalized world. The world has become a global village in which technology is affecting every aspect of work. Business education which mandate is to produce manpower needed in modern business offices must see the need to improve the quality of manpower that would suit the ever dynamic world of innovation and technology. This paper examined achieving quality in business education in a globalized world: challenges and strategies. It focused on impediment to quality business education, function of good quality education, technological challenges facing business education in the e-world and the strategies. It was concluded that It is a known fact that business education produce manpower needed in many offices today. The business world has been and would continue to be in a digital world. It was concluded that despite the fact that there are many impediments to quality in business education, there is the need for business education curriculum to be design in a way that will suitable for the dynamic e-world. It was recommended that adequate steps should be taken to improve the quality of business education to meet up with the dynamic digital world and that business education curriculum should be overhaul to keep pace with the ever dynamic digital world.

Key words: Quality, Business Education, Globalised-world, Strategies and Challenges

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