70 - Business Management
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Bachelor of Science.
Business Management, Management Information Systems, Master of Business Administration (see graduate section of this catalog). Professors:
Ebeid, Ph.D.; Hawk, Ph.D.; Norton, Ph.D.; Rajan, Ph.D.;
Wang, Ph.D.; Wright, Ph.D.
Baldwin, Ph.D.; Chalasani, Ph.D.; Crooker, Ph.D.; Fok, Ph.D.; Folker, Ph.D.; Gee, Ph.D.; Manion, Ph.D.;
Knight, Ph.D.; Kuruvilla, Ph.D.; Li, Ph.D.; Zameeruddin, CPA, LLM; J.D.; Zheng, Ph.D.
Cholak, MBA, J.D., CPA; Determan, MBA, CPA; HolmbergWright, Ed.D. Professional Accreditations or Memberships:
The bachelor of science in business management, and management information systems, and the master of business administration programs are accredited by AACSB International – the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Less than 10 percent of business programs globally and less than 30 percent in the United States meet the rigorous standards of quality set by AACSB International.
Career opportunities include information systems analyst, computer programmer, project manager, product manager, market research analyst, accountant, cost analyst, financial analyst, recruiter, training specialist, and personnel generalist.
Students who major in business management or management
information systems and who maintain a GPA of 3.5 or greater in all upper-level business management course work and an overall GPA of 3.0 or better will be graduated with honors.
Beta Gamma Sigma is the honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International. Beta Gamma Sigma faculty members invite qualified business students for membership based on academic excellence.
Faculty members in the Business Department are dedicated to
providing students with quality instruction relevant to situations encountered in the changing world of business. Students can
major in business management or management information systems (MIS). Students who major in business management will pursue a concentration in accounting, finance, general business, human resource management, or marketing. Both majors develop business skills through exposure to accounting, finance, marketing, personnel administration, organizational behavior, MIS, and production management. Communication skills, quantitative techniques, leadership, teamwork, and computer technology are stressed throughout the curricula. In addition, students explore ethical considerations of business decisions and gain an understanding of multinational and multicultural aspects relevant to today’s business world. Many students apply their class knowledge through internships or through community projects sponsored by the Ralph Jaeschke Solutions for Economic Growth (SEG) Center. The department also offers minors in business
management and management information systems, as well as
certificates in entrepreneurship and project management.
Solutions for Economic
The Ralph Jaeschke Solutions for Economic Growth (SEG)
Center is a partnership between business and computer science faculty, students, and local businesses. Students in the SEG Center apply and develop their skills by working on real-world business projects for the community. Projects include business plan development, marketing research, marketing plan development, the analysis of production processes, cost evaluation, inventory planning, recruitment and retention of employees, web page design, network planning, and software development. Students working in the SEG Center have access to a modern computer lab and conference rooms.
Students majoring in...
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