Companies Want MBAs Who Can Code

Business schools around the country are realizing that management students with coding skills are more valuable to their future employers. According to Business Week, companies want business leaders who know enough about coding to communicate with their technical staff, and elite business programs are responding by making the relevant courses available, if not required, to earn the MBA degree.
The Financial Risk Group understands the value of specialized technical training. The company developed its NEET apprenticeship program to develop financial risk management professionals with coveted skills in technology, business and methodology. When completed, FRG’s NEET graduates have acquired the critical tools to add value to client projects and assess client needs through design and implementation.

http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2014-07-11/b-schools-finally-acknowledge-companies-want-mbas-who-can-code#r=nav-f-story/