L Atepor


This paper is based purely on the review of literature and indications emerging from the review. The paper covers the impact of changing business environment on the functioning and offerings of business education. It discusses business education in the E-World and identifies issues and challenges as well as trends and strategies in Africa. Strategies for effective teaching of business education students have been proposed. The strategies include: the integration of business ethic courses in the business education curriculum, training and retraining of business educators; engaging students in competency-based training and the adoption of online learning in teaching.


Keywords: Business Education; E-World; Trends; Challenges; Strategies

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