|College Administrative Offices||Office||Extension*|
|Dean of the College||BUS 321||2670|
|Associate Dean||Gerry E. Manning||BUS 321||1277|
|Director of Graduate Studies||Arthur J. Kuhn||BUS 325||1279|
|Accounting||Kenneth Leong||SCI 300||1147|
|Business Analysis and Computing Systems||Jamie Eng||BUS 310||2138|
|Finance||Joseph Messina||BUS 314||7010|
|Hospitality Management||Janet Sim||BUS 314||6087|
|International Business||Joel Nicholson||BUS 352||2201|
|Management||Edward Ericson||BUS 352||2201|
|Marketing||L. William Perttula||BUS 352||2201|
|Center for Global Competitiveness||Richard Jenner||SCI 364||2042|
|Center for the Study of Enterprise||Richard McCline||SCI 360||7886|
|U.S.-China Business Institute||Yea-Mow Chen||20 Serrano||2106|
|U.S.-Japan Institute||Roblyn Simeon||20 Serrano||6298|
|U.S.-Eurasia Institute||George Lee||BUS 203F||1038|
|U.S.-European Business Institute||Allen Appell||SCI 370||2743|
|U.S.-Korea Business Institute||Jai Kang||SCI 317||6362|
*For calls from off-campus, dial the prefix 338, then the four-digit extension number. For on-campus calls, dial 8 before the four-digit extension.
College of Business
The College of Business offers the following undergraduate degrees:
Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management with the following concentration:
The college participates in the interdisciplinary B.S. in Hospitality Management program with the College of Health and Human Services. The Department of Hospitality Management offers a concentration in Hotel Management within this degree.
The College of Business offers the following minor programs:
The College of Business offers the following certificate program:
The College of Business offers the following graduate degrees:1
The Master of Business Administration and the Master of Science in Business Administration are accredited by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business.
To accomplish this mission, the College of Business has established the following goals. They are:
In order to prepare students to exercise critical judgment in making decisions, the college stresses developing analytical skills, respect for ethical standards, building interpersonal and communication skills, and the ability to work in an ever-changing environment.
The degree in Business Administration provides limited specialization in a number of functional and cross-functional areas. The degree in Hospitality Management provides a specialized program in the area of hotel management.
The M.S.B.A. provides students with the opportunity to pursue in-depth specialized or cross-disciplinary study through individually customized programs, which are appropriate for each student's career development, in technical areas and/or specialized managerial paths. This program also develops critical analytical thinking, problem-solving skills, and communication abilities.
The M.S. in Taxation broadens and enhances the knowledge of current tax practitioners and recent graduates of accounting programs who are interested in pursuing an expanded career as tax professionals.
The M.S. in Accountancy is designed to meet the increasing demands of the accounting profession for accounting education that is more specific, in greater depth, and professionally oriented. Graduates of this program will be prepared for these increasing demands, and they will be able to compete successfully for jobs at the top of their profession.
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