LOL at this article.
Yeah, if you go to a party school or get your degree off of the back of a cereal box. Sadly, there are a lot of "business schools" that offer "Management degrees" that are like that. Mine wasn't. My program was heavily oriented towards analysis, planning, and ongoing process management. The only undergrads who took higher level statistics than we did were the mathematical science majors.
I had a roommate in college who doubled in Mech Eng. and Management and said that, comparatively, the Management classes were amongst some of the most challenging he had taken. Six of our "core classes" had a re-take rate of nearly 60% when I was there, and this isn't a community college we're talking about. It's a top 25 public university and one of the top Engineering schools in the Southeast.
When you can create a computer model to determine optimal decision inputs across a simulated 100,000 iterations of a purchasing decision with upwards of 50 variable factors in under an hour using Excel, then get back to me.