Most every school uses it for certain subjects, some more than others. Its a great teaching method for some areas but I dont know how you can teach accounting with it as effectively as other methods.
I know I sat in on classes at Chicago and MIT that were case based, at Tuck I went to a lecture but he used a case like situation. Personally I wanted a balance of teaching methods, I think you get a more solid education when the method of teaching is aimed at the strengths of a course.
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