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UWM Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014


Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business


SHELDON B. LUBAR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Student Services Center
Lubar Hall, N297
(414) 229-5271

uwmbba@uwm.edu

http://www.uwm.edu/Business


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DEGREE PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Accounting, Finance, Human Resources Management, Information Technology Management, Marketing, Supply Chain & Operations Management

Master of Business Administration (MBA) with career focus concentrations available in Health Care Management and Supply Chain Management

Master of Management (MS) Accounting, Professional Accounting, Finance Analysis, Information Technology Management, Management, Marketing, and Taxation

MS - ITM.MBA - a coordinated degree program combining MBA and MS-ITM curricula

Master of Science in Human Resources and Labor Relations (MHRLR) - jointly offered by Lubar School of Business and College of Letters and Science

Master of Science in Nonprofit Management and Leadership - jointly offered by Lubar School of Business and College of Letters and Science

Master of Public Administration (MPA) - jointly offered by Lubar School of Business and College of Letters and Science

MBA - Doctor of Nursing Practice - administered collaboratively by the UWM College of Nursing and the Lubar School of Business

Doctor of Philosophy in Management Science (PhD) Accounting, Finance, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Organizations & Strategic Management, Supply Chain & Operations Management

The UWM Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business is a major metropolitan business school committed to academic excellence. Because of its metropolitan location, the School offers several advantages. Milwaukee area firms provide an exciting real world laboratory for students to gain valuable insights and skills in their chosen professional fields as well as providing part-time or full-time employment opportunities. Students can also gain practical work experience by participating in internship programs. Business leaders from the community participate in School activities, both in the classroom and on the School’s advisory councils.

High-quality management education that incorporates state-of-the-art technology is delivered to a diverse group of graduate and undergraduate students and practicing executives and professionals. We address the professional development and lifelong learning needs of individuals.

Through scholarly research, we advance knowledge pertaining to management decision-making and practice and further enrich our teaching effectiveness.

Our undergraduate degree programs provide students with a career foundation leading to managerial advancement and/or entrepreneurial careers.

Our master’s degree programs prepare students to assume general management or functional specialist positions, with potential for senior level leadership positions or entrepreneurial careers.

Our doctoral degree programs prepare students for research and teaching careers in higher education and research careers in industry.

Our executive education programs provide customized problem solving for organizations.

We also employ our professional skills in service to the School, University, scholarly and professional organizations, and the regional business community. We capitalize on the diversified resources of the Metropolitan Milwaukee business community and use them as a living laboratory to enrich our scholarly and instructional pursuits.

The Lubar School of Business undergraduate and graduate degree programs are accredited by AACSB-International - the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, the internationally recognized accrediting body for business schools.

Completion of the accounting major, which is accredited by the Wisconsin State Board of Accountancy, serves as basic preparation for the CPA exam. The School’s finance majors are increasingly taking and passing the Chartered Financial Analysts (CFA) examination.

Requirements for Employment, Licensing, or Professional Organizations. Students should be aware that some professions, occupations, and employers are subject to licensing and/or bonding requirements. When a course of study includes clinical or field training, practice teaching, internships, or the like, students may be subjected to a check of criminal conviction records, prior to acceptance of a student by the placement site. Students are responsible for obtaining the information necessary for them to become knowledgeable about these requirements and plan their studies accordingly. Please contact the appropriate department or program office for further information.

Admission
The Bachelor of Business Administration degree is based on two years of college work in pre-business, followed by two years of study in the business curriculum. Potential applicants should consult the Department of Recruitment and Outreach (Vogel Hall, 414-229-2222) for current information.

New Freshmen. Admission of freshmen into the Lubar School of Business would be granted to students who fulfill the UWM admission standards. All new freshmen are admitted into intended business programs. Intended business students who meet additional requirements will be admitted to a major in the Lubar School of Business (see Admission to a Major).

Direct Admission for New Freshmen. New freshman applicants with a composite ACT of 25 or better, a Math subscore of 23 or better, and a high school GPA of 3.5 or higher will be admitted directly to the major in the Lubar School of Business and are eligible for Direct Admit Scholarship awards ranging from $14,000-$34,000 during the course of four years. Contact Lubar School of Business Scholarship Coordinator, Andrea Wrench, for further information (awrench@uwm.edu).

Transfer Students. Students seeking to transfer to the School with less than 56 transfer credits will be admitted into intended business if they meet the UWM admission requirements for transfer.

Applicants with 56 or more transfer credits will be admitted to the major if a review of their academic record indicates that they meet the admission criteria for the major requested (see Admission to a Major).

At least 50 percent of the business credit hours required for the business degree must be earned at UWM.

Students from two-year institutions (community colleges and two-year UW Colleges) are limited to the transfer of up to 72 credits required for the bachelor degree.

Admission to a Major

Intended business students may apply for admission to the major after completing all of the following requirements.

1. Complete at least 56 credits and satisfy the UWM English composition and mathematics requirements; and

2. Successfully complete (with a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 or above) the Business Foundation Course Group (Commun 103 Public Speaking or Commun 105 Business and Professional Communication; English 205 Business Writing; Econ 103 Principles of Microeconomics; Econ 104 Principles of Macroeconomics; Math 211 Survey of Calculus and Analytic Geometry or equivalent; Bus Adm 201 Introduction to Financial Accounting; and Bus Adm 230 Introduction to Information Technology Management); and

3. Obtain a cumulative grade point average equal to or above the standard established by the Lubar School of Business each semester. Students who have a 2.5 cumulative grade point average or above (including transfer work, if any) are guaranteed admission.

Students must be admitted to the major in order to enroll in 400-level and above business coursework. Please see the Lubar School of Business academic advising staff in LUB N297 for more information.

Course of Study
All students must meet the UWM General Education Requirements (GER). Detailed information is provided at http://www4.uwm.edu/current_students/ger_information/index.cfm. Satisfaction of the Lubar School of Business GER requirements fulfills UWM GER requirements. The following degree requirements apply to students who begin at UWM Fall 2012 or thereafter. Other students should contact the Student Services Center, Lubar Building, Room N297, for details regarding their degree requirements.

GER Competency Requirements

English Composition: English 102 (or equivalent) and English 205

Mathematical Skills: Math 105 (or equivalent) and Math 211 (221, 226, or 231)

Foreign Language Requirement: Refer to the website listed above for details describing satisfaction of this requirement.

GER Distribution Requirements

Arts: 3 cr.

Humanities: 6 cr.

Social Science: 6 cr., only one 100- or 200-level economics course can be used to satisfy the Social Science requirement (excluding Econ 103 and 104). Human Resources majors must complete Psych 101.

Natural Science: 6 cr., must complete at least 2 courses, 1 of which must be a lab or field experience (excluding Math 211, 221, 226, or Math 231).

Cultural Diversity: At least 3 credits of a designated cultural diversity course must be taken as part of either the arts, humanities, or social science requirement.

Business Elective Credits
All business majors must complete a minimum number of business elective credits, which vary by major. Accounting, Finance, Human Resources Management, Marketing, and Supply Chain & Operations Management majors are required to complete a minimum of 12 business elective credits; ITM majors are required to complete a minimum of 9 business elective credits.

General Elective Credits. All business majors must complete a minimum number of general elective credits which vary by major. Finance, Human Resources Management, Information Technology Management, Marketing, and Supply Chain & Operations Management majors are required to complete a minimum of 18 elective credits. Accounting majors are required to complete a minimum of 17 general elective credits.

Business Core Courses (25 cr.)

Bus Adm 210 Introduction to Management Statistics*
Bus Adm 302 Managerial Accounting (non-Accounting majors)

or

Bus Adm 404 Cost Management (Accounting majors)
Bus Adm 330

Organizations*

Bus Adm 350 Principles of Finance*
Bus Adm 360 Principles of Marketing*
Bus Adm 370

Introduction to Supply Chain Management*

Bus Adm 391

Business Law I

Bus Adm 600

Management Analysis

* Business Scholars course option

International Business Component (3 cr.)

All business majors must complete one course from the list of international business-related courses: Bus Adm 456 (International Financial Management), Bus Adm 465 (International Marketing), Bus Adm 496 (International Business), Bus Adm 498 (Study Abroad: Business Topics), Bus Adm 535 (Global Information Technology Management), Bus Adm 541 (Cross-Cultural Management), and Bus Adm 551 (International Investment).

Major, 21-24 credits. The major prepares students for productive careers in business and provides specialized analytical skills and understanding for professional advancement. See individual majors for required courses. Please check with the Student Services Center (LUB N297) regarding the frequency of major course offerings.

Business Scholars Program (23 cr.)

The Business Scholars Program allows outstanding business students to build a rich portfolio of academic, extracurricular and professional achievements. Students will build strong business competencies as well as enhanced communication and quantitative skills. International study is encouraged through the use of two-week study abroad opportunities.

Eligibility. To be admitted to the Business Scholars Program, the following requirements must be met: 1) A student must complete 24 credits with an overall cumulative grade point average of 3.3 (on a 4.0 scale), including completion of Math 211 (or equivalent) with a grade of B or better, completion of English 101 and 102 with a grade of B or better (or attainment of placement score of 525 or higher), and completion of Economics 103 with a grade of B or better; and 2) A student must submit an application that includes a one-page essay.  The application is available in the Student Services Center (LUB N297).

Requirements

Foundation Courses:  Bus Adm 207 (Business Scholars: Introduction to Financial Accounting), Bus Adm 211 (Business Scholars: Introduction to Management Statistics), and Bus Adm 231 (Business Scholars Introduction to Information Technology Management).

Core Courses (choose 2 from the following): Bus Adm 331 (Business Scholars: Organizations), Bus Adm 351 (Business Scholars: Principles of Finance), Bus Adm 361 (Business Scholars: Principles of Marketing), and Bus Adm 371 (Business Scholars: Introduction to Supply Chain Management).

Business Scholars Seminars: Complete two 400-level seminar courses or one 400-level seminar course and Bus Adm 498 (Study Abroad: Business Topics).

Continuation and Graduation Requirements.  Students must maintain a cumulative gpa of 3.25 or higher, complete a minimum of 23 credits of Business Scholars coursework, participate in Business Scholars activities, and meet with the Business Scholars academic advisor during the final semester before graduation to verify degree requirements are met.

Degree Requirements

Credits. A minimum of 123 credits is required for graduation for all majors. At least 50 percent of the business credit hours required for the business degree must be completed at UWM.

Grade Point Average. Students are required to earn at least a 2.25 overall GPA to graduate. Non-accounting majors are required to maintain a minimum 2.25 GPA in all business and economics courses, as well as a 2.25 GPA in all business and economics courses completed at UWM, to be graduated.

Accounting majors must have earned a 2.5 GPA for all business and economics courses completed (including transfer credits), as well as a 2.5 GPA in all business and economics courses completed at UWM, to graduate.

Residence Requirements. A minimum of 12 credits must be completed in residence at UWM for each Bus Adm major.

Students must earn their last 30 credits at UWM. BBA degree and major requirements must be completed within 10 years of initial enrollment at UW-Milwaukee. Should students not complete the degree and major within the 10-year timeframe, the students will switch to the most current degree and major requirements. A new 10-year timeframe would then begin.

Accounting

An accounting degree provides graduates with a challenging career path clearly pointed toward growth and opportunity. The new economy is creating new ways of working, living, and growing. Position yourself with a career that understands the questions the new economy poses.

Accounting graduates who take positions in public accounting firms provide management consulting, tax, and audit services to external clients. Other accounting graduates who take positions with industry and not-for-profit organizations work as part of the management team providing information for decision support and performance evaluation. Accountants within organizations specialize in tax reporting and planning. Students desiring to become a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) must complete 150 credits. In most cases, a student will combine a 120-credit undergraduate accounting degree with a graduate degree program.

For the major in accounting, 22 credits are required beyond the 4 credits of Bus Adm 201 (Introduction to Financial Accounting) or Bus Adm 207 (Business Scholars: Introduction to Financial Accounting). A minimum 3.00 cumulative GPA, completion of Math 211 (Survey in Calculus and Analytic Geometry,) Bus Adm 230 (Introduction to Information Technology Management) or 231 (Business Scholars: Introduction to Information Technology Management), and a grade of "B" or better in Bus Adm 201/207 are required to enroll in Bus Adm 301 (Intermediate Accounting). A grade of "B" or better in Bus Adm 301 is required to enroll in Bus Adm 402, 404 (Business Core course), and 409.

Required Core Courses
All students majoring in accounting must complete the following accounting core courses:

Bus Adm 301

Intermediate Accounting 4
Bus Adm 402 Advanced Financial Accounting 3

Bus Adm 405

Income Tax Accounting I

3

Bus Adm 406 Income Tax Accounting II 3

Bus Adm 408

Accounting Information Systems

3

Bus Adm 409

Auditing: Procedures and Applications

3

Bus Adm 450 Intermediate Finance 3

Total

22

Business Electives (12 cr.) Students must complete 12 credits in the Lubar School of Business. Bus Adm 400 (Accounting Professional Internship) may be utilized in this area.

Additional Notes: Students who have completed Bus Adm 404 will not be allowed to complete Bus Adm 302 for credit.

Finance

The finance major provides the needed tools to work in investment management, corporate financial management, and banking. Position titles for finance majors include loan officers, mortgage review officers, stockbrokers, bond and security analysts, and ultimately chief financial officers. Finance majors are increasingly taking and passing the Chartered Financial Analysts (CFA) examination. Thorough training in finance and related fields provides the practical and theoretical background needed to succeed in the fast-paced and fascinating world of domestic and international finance.

The finance major highlights two tracks of concentration: investments and corporate finance. Investment management has been revolutionized by rapid advances in computerization. Modern investment theory of portfolio selection, asset pricing models, pricing of options and other derivative securities, and views on the efficiency of security markets has provided major improvements in investment management practice.

Other finance majors may concentrate in corporate finance. Corporate financial officers oversee the efficient allocation of funds within enterprises and borrow funds on the most favorable terms through banks, corporate paper, bonds, or new stock issues. Corporate financial managers examine corporate policies toward dividends, debt leverage, and agency conflicts between firm stakeholders.

For the major in finance, a minimum of 21 credits is required beyond the 3 credits of Bus Adm 350 (Principles of Finance) or Bus Adm 351 (Business Scholars: Principles of Finance). A minimum "C" grade must be earned in Bus Adm 350/351 to pursue the finance major. It is recommended that Bus Adm 350 be taken in the first semester of junior status. Bus Adm 450 (Intermediate Finance) is a prerequisite or corequisite for several courses in the finance major. Accordingly, finance majors should enroll in Bus Adm 450 soon after completing Bus Adm 350 or 351.

Required Courses (9 cr.)

Bus Adm 450

Intermediate Finance 3

Bus Adm 451

Investment Finance

3

Bus Adm 455

Financial Institutions

3

Major Electives (12 cr.)
Choose four courses from the following list:

Bus Adm 301

Intermediate Accounting 4
Bus Adm 452 Applied Portfolio Management 3

Bus Adm 453

Corporate Finance Seminar

3

Bus Adm 454

Analysis of Options and Futures

3

Bus Adm 456*

International Financial Management

3

Bus Adm 457

Financial Modeling

3
Bus Adm 458 Venture Finance 3
Bus Adm 459 Finance Professional Internship 3

Bus Adm 481

Real Estate Finance

3

Bus Adm 551* International Investments 3

Total

 

21-22

The following finance major courses represent foundational material for the CFA Level 1 Exam: Bus Adm 301, 450, 451, 452, 454, 455, and 456 or 551.

Business Electives (12 cr). Students must complete 12 additional credits in the Lubar School of Business. The Finance Internship (Bus Adm 396) may be utilized in this area.

*If Bus Adm 456 or 551 is selected as the International Business Component course, students must choose a different finance elective to complete the major.

Human Resources Management

Human resource managers are increasingly relied upon to make optimal decisions about such topics as motivation and productivity of employees, compensation, and performance appraisals. This field is particularly challenging due to the diverse interests of management, labor, consumers, regulatory agencies, political constituents, and environmental issues in a competitive, global economy.

This major prepares students for entry-level careers in either generalist or specialist areas of human resources management. The curriculum provides a framework through which students learn how human resource management decisions affect, and are affected by, virtually all other management decisions.

Human Resources Management majors are required to complete Psych 101, Introductory Psychology, as part of their Social Sciences requirement.

The major in human resources management requires 21 human resources management credits beyond the 3 credits of Bus Adm 330 (Organizations) or Bus Adm 331 (Business Scholars: Organizations).

Required Course (3 cr.)

Bus Adm 444

Human Resources Management*

3

Core courses (9 cr.)
Choose three courses from the constrained choice listed below:

Bus Adm 440

Compensation Management* 3

Bus Adm 441

Diversity in Organizations*

3

Bus Adm 443 Special Topics in HRM (Topic: Employment Law)* 3

Bus Adm 445

Training and Development in Organizations*

3

Bus Adm 448 Staffing Human Resources * 3
Econ 415

Economics of Employment & Labor Relations*

3

HRM Elective Courses (9 cr.)
Choose three courses from the Core Courses listed above or from the following list of courses:

Bus Adm 442 Industrial Psychology 3

Bus Adm 443

Special Topics in HRM (Subtitled)

3

Bus Adm 449

Human Resources Management Professional Internship

3

Commun 300

Interviews and Interviewing

3

Commun 327 Instructional Communication for Human Resource Trainers** 3

Commun 627

Designing and Developing Communications Courses and Programs

3

Econ 448

Economics of Human Resources

3

Psych 325 Research Methods in Psychology 4

Total

 

21-22

* These HRM major courses represent foundational material for the SHRM Assurance of Learning Certification exam.
**May not complete Commun 327 as an approved HRM major elective if Bus Adm 445 has been taken.


Business Electives (6 cr.)
Students must complete 12 additional credits in the Lubar School of Business. The HRM Internship (Bus Adm 394) may be utilized in this area.

Information Technology Management

The Information Technology Management (ITM) degree provides undergraduate students with the knowledge needed to develop creative and effective business solutions, based on a thorough comprehension of business problems and opportunities.

To that end, students are provided with a strong technical foundation in contemporary approaches to business application systems development—which includes planning, analysis, design, project management, programming, maintenance, and support—using state-of-the-art technologies, tools and techniques as well as an essential background in various business functional areas, such as management, marketing, accounting, finance, supply chain, and economics. In addition, there is an emphasis on the communication skills and teamwork critical to client understanding and satisfaction.

The ITM program is intended to be the first step in a lifelong learning experience in the exciting and dynamic field of ITM. It provides a strong foundation for advancement and success in ITM careers and ventures.

The major requires 24 ITM credits beyond the 3 credits of Bus Adm 230 (Introduction to Information Technology Management) or 231 (Business Scholars: Introduction to Information Technology Management). . A grade of "C" or better in Bus Adm 230/231 is required to enroll in Bus Adm 335; a grade of "C" or better in Bus Adm 335 is required to enroll in advanced ITM courses.

Required Courses (12 cr.)

Bus Adm 335 Visual System Development 3

Bus Adm 432

Object-Oriented Systems Development

3

Bus Adm 434

Database Management Systems

3

Bus Adm 436

Systems Analysis and Design

3

Major electives (12 cr.)
Choose at least four of the following courses:

Bus Adm 433 Information Technology Project Management 3

Bus Adm 438

Information Technology Management Topics

3

Bus Adm 439

Information Technology Management Professional Internship

3

Bus Adm 530

Introduction to eBusiness

3

Bus Adm 531

Developing Web Applications Using Web Services

3

Bus Adm 532

Web Development for Open Business Systems

3

Bus Adm 533

Information Technology Infrastructure for Business

3

Bus Adm 534

Advanced Information Technology Project Management

3

Bus Adm 535

Global Information Technology Management

3

Bus Adm 536

Business Intelligence*

3

Bus Adm 537

Enterprise Systems Concepts and Issues*

3

Bus Adm 538

Business Process Integration*

3

Bus Adm 539

Web Application Server Development*

3

Total

 

24

*These ITM courses represent foundational material for the TERP 10 Certification preparation course exam.

Business Electives (9 cr.). Students must complete 9 additional credits in the Lubar School of Business. Bus Adm 336 (Enterprise Systems and Data Analytics) may be utilized in this area.

Students should refer to the Lubar School of Business website for suggested grouping of electives to complete an emphasis in Enterprise Resource Planning, Project Management, or Web-Based Systems: http://www.uwm.edu/Dept/Business/programs/bba/bbaitm.cfm.

Marketing

Marketing is a key factor contributing to the success of any business organization. It is the dynamic and creative process of the development, pricing, promotion, and distribution of products and services to satisfy customer and organizational objectives. Effective marketing requires an integration of eclectic knowledge and the skills pertinent to understanding consumer behavior, planning and analyzing marketing research data, strategic thinking, and managing people. Graduates of the marketing major find an exciting and broad spectrum of career opportunities in brand/product management, industrial selling, retailing, sales management, advertising, marketing research, customer-service management, and others.

The major in marketing requires 21 marketing credits beyond the 3 credits of Bus Adm 360 (Principles of Marketing) or Bus Adm 361 (Business Scholars: Principles of Marketing).

Required Courses (9 cr.)

Bus Adm 461

Consumer Behavior

3

Bus Adm 462

Marketing Research

3

Bus Adm 463

Marketing Management

3

Major Electives (12 cr.)
Choose four courses from the approved list below:

Bus Adm 447 Entrepreneurship 3
Bus Adm 460 Retail Management 3

Bus Adm 464

Management of Promotion

3

Bus Adm 465

International Marketing*

3

Bus Adm 466

Business to Business Sales and Marketing

3

Bus Adm 467

Marketing Seminar

3

Bus Adm 468

Internet Marketing

3

Bus Adm 469

Marketing Professional Internship

3

Total

 

21

*If Bus Adm 465 is selected as the International Business Functional Area course, students must choose a different marketing elective to complete their major.

Business Electives (12 cr). Students must complete 12 additional credits in the Lubar School of Business.The Marketing Internship (Bus Adm 397) may be utilized in this area.

Supply Chain and Operations Management

Supply chain management is the integration of all key business processes from original suppliers through end users, and provides products, services, and information that add value for customers and other stakeholders. It includes the supply, storage, and movement of materials, information, personnel, equipment, and finished goods within the organization and between its environment. The operations function, within the supply chain, relates to the creation of goods and services through efficient and effective use of personnel, material, and machines, and includes acquisition of resources, planning of production and inventory levels, scheduling of work assignments, and the control of production and quality. Recent concepts in supply chain and operations management include lean operations, six sigma, ERP, and mass customization.

The major in Supply Chain and Operations Management (SCOM) requires 21 credits beyond the 3 credits of Bus Adm 370 (Introduction to Supply Chain Management) or Bus Adm 371 (Business Scholars: Introduction to Supply Chain Management).

Required Courses (12 cr.)

Bus Adm 475 Operations Planning and Control 3

Bus Adm 476

Logistics and Transportation Management

3

Bus Adm 477 Purchasing and Supply Management 3

Bus Adm 478

Supply Chain Analytics

3

Elective Courses (6 cr.)
Choose two courses from the following list:

Bus Adm 450

Intermediate Finance

3

Bus Adm 460

Retail Management

3

Bus Adm 466

Business to Business Sales and Marketing

3

Bus Adm 472

Special Topics in Supply Chain and Operations Management (Subtitled)

3

Bus Adm 479 Supply Chain and Operations Management Professional Internship 3
Bus Adm 537 Enterprise Systems Concepts and Issues 3
Bus Adm 538 Business Process Integration 3
Bus Adm 571 Quality and Six Sigma Tools 3
     
Capstone (3 cr.)    
Bus Adm 576 Enterprise Planning in the Supply Chain 3
Total   21

The SCOM major required courses represent foundational material for APICS CPIM certification preparatory course.

Business Electives (12 cr). Students must complete 12 additional credits in the Lubar School of Business.The Supply Chain & Operations Management Internship (Bus Adm 398) may be utilized in this area.

Double Majors
Students majoring in business administration may pursue a double major in a second area of the Lubar School of Business. The double major can be declared in the Lubar Hall N297; the advising staff in the Student Services Center will explain this option and discuss the curriculum required.

General Business Minor
A General Business Minor consisting of 29 credits in business and economics is available to provide a professional business education dimension to non-business students at UWM schools and colleges.

Required Courses

Econ 103 Principles of Microeconomics 3

Econ 104

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

Bus Adm 201

Introduction to Financial Accounting

4

Bus Adm 210

Introduction to Management Statistics*

4

Bus Adm 230

Introduction to Information Technology Management

3

Bus Adm 330

Organizations

3

Bus Adm 350

Principles of Finance

3

Bus Adm 360

Principles of Marketing

3

Bus Adm 370 Introduction to Supply Chain Management 3

Total

 

29

*Or equivalent.

At least 15 credits for the General Business Minor must be completed at UWM. You must also complete all 29 credits with an overall grade point average of at least 2.25. No courses may be taken on a credit/no credit basis.

Postbaccalaureate General Business Minor

The General Business Minor is available at the postbaccalaureate level. Students requiring no more than 6 credits to complete the minor are eligible. At least 15 credits for the postbaccalaureate General Business Minor must be completed at UWM. A minimum of 3 postbaccalaureate credits must be completed at UWM. A minimum overall GPA of 2.250 on all General Business Minor courses must be earned; a minimum UWM postbaccalaureate GPA of 2.000 is required.

Interested students should contact the academic advisors in Room N297 of Lubar Hall (229-5271) for further details.

Certificate Programs

Certificate in Enterprise Resource Planning

The Certificate in Enterprise Resource Planning is designed for business students who desire a sequence of courses that focus specifically on the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) area. The certificate is designed for non-Information Technology Management majors. This five-course sequence prepares students for the SAP TERP 10 certification exam. The market demand for professionals with skills in this area is high.

To obtain the certificate, a student must complete 15 credits of required coursework while fulfilling all requirements of the baccalaureate degree.

Required Course (3 cr.)

Bus Adm 336 Enterprise Systems and Data Analytics 3

Elective Courses (12 cr.)
Choose four of the following courses:

Bus Adm 536 Business Intelligence 3

Bus Adm 537

Business Systems Concepts and Issues

3

Bus Adm 538 Business Process Integration 3

Bus Adm 539

Web Application Server Development

3

Bus Adm 540

TERP 10 Certification

3

Total   15

Note: A business student may count no more than 6 credits from a major towards the Certificate in Enterprise Resource Planning.

Eligibility. To apply to the Certificate in Enterprise Resource Planning program, students must be admitted to Lubar School of Business and have completed the foundation courses.

Graduation. Students must complete all coursework required for the certificate with at least a 2.25 GPA to have the certificate posted on the transcript at graduation. At least half of the credits required for the certificate must be taken in residence at UWM. No courses may be taken on a credit/no credit basis.

Students interested in the certificate program should contact the Lubar School of Business Student Services Center to make a formal declaration of their intention. The office is located in Lubar Hall N297 (414-229-5271); the email address is uwmbba@uwm.edu.

Certificate in International Business

The Certificate in International Business is designed to offer UWM students the opportunity to complement their major field of study with an additional concentration in international business. Students will take a coordinated series of international courses and receive a certificate that signifies their knowledge in this area.

To obtain the certificate, the student must complete a minimum of 15 approved international business credits while fulfilling all requirements of the baccalaureate degree, including UWM’s foreign language requirement. Any student in good standing at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is eligible to participate in the certificate program. Non-business majors will need at least 15 prerequisite credits of business coursework, in addition to Econ 103 and 104, to complete this certificate.

Completing the certificate requires the following:

The following three courses* (9 cr.)

Bus Adm 465** International Marketing 3

Bus Adm 456**

International Financial Management

3

Bus Adm 496*

International Business

3

and at least two additional internationally oriented courses (6 credits) from the following list:

Bus Adm 467** Marketing Seminar (International topics only) 3

Bus Adm 495***

Special Topics in Business (International topics only)

3

Bus Adm 497***

Study Abroad (International topics only)

3

Bus Adm 498 Study Abroad: Business Topics 3
Bus Adm 535 Global Information Technology Management 3

Bus Adm 541

Cross-Cultural Management

3

Econ 351

Introduction to International Economic Relations

3

Econ 454

International Trade

3

Pol Sci 316 International Law 3

Pol Sci 330

The Politics of International Economic Relations

3

Pol Sci 339

European Integration

3

Pol Sci 343

Asian International Relations

3

Pol Sci 346

US-Latin American Relations

3

Global 311 Contexts for Global Management 3
Intl Studies 350 Regional Seminar in International Studies 3

*Students majoring in business administration and completing an International Business Certificate can count Bus Adm 496 toward their International Business component.

**A business student may count no more than 6 credits from a major towards a business certificate.

***Repeatable for credit with a change in topic up to 6 credits.

Note: Non-business students will need at least 16 prerequisite credits from the Lubar School of Business in addition to Econ 103 and 104 to complete this certificate. Bus Adm 456 requires Bus Adm 350 (which requires Econ 103, Econ 104, Bus Adm 201, and Bus Adm 210 or equivalent); Bus Adm 465 requires Bus Adm 360 (which also requires Econ 104); and Bus Adm 496 requires Bus Adm 330 (plus 350 and 360).

Students must complete all coursework required for the certificate with at least a 2.50 GPA to have the certificate posted on the transcript at graduation. At least half of the credits required for the certificate must be taken in residence at UWM. No courses may be taken on a credit/no credit basis.

Students interested in the certificate program should contact the Lubar School of Business Student Services Center and make a formal declaration of their intentions. The office is located in Room N297 of Lubar Hall (414-229-5271); the email address is uwmbba@uwm.edu.

Certificate in Real Estate

The Real Estate Certificate is designed to offer business students the opportunity to complement their major field of study with an additional concentration in real estate. Students completing the Real Estate Certificate will have coursework in real estate finance, valuation, environmental real estate issues and property development, as well as real estate law. With this background in addition to a major field, careers in mortgage banking and commercial real estate lending, commercial leasing and brokerage, appraisal and valuation, real estate investment analysis, and property development and management are available to students planning to focus on real estate issues.

To obtain the certificate, you must complete a minimum of 15 approved real estate credits while fulfilling all requirements of the baccalaureate degree. The certificate is open to all undergraduate business and non-business majors, and to students who have previously earned a bachelor’s degree from UWM or any accredited college or university.

Required (12 cr.)

Bus Adm 380 Introduction to Real Estate Markets 3

Bus Adm 481

Real Estate Finance

3

Bus Adm 482

Valuation of Real Estate

3

Bus Adm 483 Property Development and Management 3

Elective (3 cr.)

Choose one of the following courses:

Bus Adm 389

Real Estate Internship

3

or

Bus Adm 484

Real Estate Law

3

or    
Bus Adm 485 Environmental Issues in Real Estate 3

*Business students completing a real estate certificate may utilize the courses as part of their business elective requirements. Note: Non-business majors are required to complete Macroeconomics (Econ 104) in order to fulfill requirements for this certificate. It also is recommended that students complete Introduction to Financial Accounting (Bus Adm 201) and Principles of Finance (Bus Adm 350) prior to taking Real Estate Finance (Bus Adm 481). A business minor also satisfies the prerequisite coursework for non-business students.

All coursework required for the Real Estate Certificate must be completed with at least a 2.50 GPA in order to post the certificate on the transcript. At least half of the credits required for the certificate must be taken in residence at UWM. Real Estate Certificate courses may not be taken on a credit/no credit basis except for Bus Adm 389, Real Estate Internship. Students interested in the certificate program should contact the Lubar School of Business Student Services Center to make a formal declaration of their intention. The office is located in Room N297 of Lubar Hall (414-229-5271); the email address is uwmbba@uwm.edu.

Certificate in Entrepreneurship

The Entrepreneurship Certificate is designed to offer UWM students the opportunity to complement their major field of study with an additional concentration in entrepreneurship. Students will take a coordinated series of courses and receive a certificate that signifies their knowledge in this area.

To obtain the certificate, the student must complete a minimum of 15 approved entrepreneurship credits while fulfilling all requirements of the baccalaureate degree. The certificate is open to all students in good standing seeking a bachelor’s degree at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and to all students who have previously received a bachelor’s degree from UWM or any other accredited college or university. Non-business majors will be required to register for and complete 12 additional credits to fulfill the requirements for this certificate.

Required (12 cr.)

Bus Adm 447 Entrepreneurship 3

Bus Adm 458*

Venture Financing

3

Bus Adm 466*

Business to Business Sales and Marketing

3

Bus Adm 492

Business Modeling of New Ventures

3

Elective (3 cr.)
Choose one of the following courses:

Bus Adm 380 Introduction to Real Estate Markets 3

Bus Adm 444*

Human Resources Management

3

Bus Adm 450* Intermediate Finance 3

Bus Adm 462*

Marketing Research

3

Bus Adm 465*

International Marketing

3

Bus Adm 467*

Marketing Seminar

3

Bus Adm 490

Entrepreneur Internship

3

Bus Adm 495 Special Topics in Business (Entrepreneurship Topics only) 3
Total   15

*A business student may count no more than 6 credits from a major towards a business certificate.

Students must complete all coursework required for the certificate with at least a 2.50 GPA to have the certificate posted on the transcript at graduation. At least half of the credits required for the certificate must be taken in residence at UWM. No courses may be taken on a credit/no credit basis.

Students interested in the certificate program should contact the Lubar School of Business Student Services Center and make a formal declaration of their intentions. The office is located in Room N297 of Lubar Hall (414-229-5271); the email address is uwmbba@uwm.edu.

Certificate in Investment Management

The Investment Management Certificate is designed to offer business students the opportunity to enhance their major field of study in finance (or additional major including finance) with an additional certificate in investment management. Students completing the Investment Management Certificate will have coursework in investment-related subjects and three special courses comprised of intensive research and real-time practical training in investment portfolio management. This training will utilize the David O. Nicholas Applied Finance Lab located in the Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business. Finance majors who have completed this certificate will gain a substantial competitive edge in pursuing a career initially as a financial analyst, investment advisor, later as an investment portfolio manager, chief investment officer, and ultimately as an independent financier.

To obtain the certificate, a student must complete 18 credits of required coursework while fulfilling all requirements of the baccalaureate degree. Due to the intensity of the coursework in the Investment Management Certificate, the program will be of most interest to students pursuing the finance major.

Required Courses (18 cr.)

Bus Adm 452 Applied Portfolio Management 3

Bus Adm 454

Analysis of Options and Futures

3

Bus Adm 551 Global Investments 3

Bus Adm 552

Investment Management Practice I

3

Bus Adm 553*

Investment Management Practice II

3

Bus Adm 554

Investment Management Practice III

3

*Note: A business student may count no more than 6 credits from a major towards the Certificate in Investment Management.

Eligibility. To apply to the Certificate in Investment Management program, students must be admitted to the Lubar School of Business and have completed Bus Adm 301(Intermediate Accounting) and Bus Adm 451(Investment Finance). These courses must be taken prior to the beginning of the spring semester of the junior year. Admission is competitive and is based on grades earned in Bus Adm 301 and 451, cumulative GPA, and a personal statement.

Internship Requirement. Students completing the certificate also are required to have an internship experience prior to graduation from the certificate program. The internship experience must be approved by the IMCP director.

Graduation Requirements. Students must complete all coursework required for the certificate with at least a 3.0 GPA to have the certificate posted on the transcript at graduation. At least half of the credits rquired for the certificate must be taken in residence at UWM. No courses may be taken on a credit/no credit basis.

Students interested in the certificate program should contact the Lubar School of Business Student Services Center to make a formal declaration of their intention. The office is located in Lubar Hall N297, (414-229-5271); the email address is uwmbba@uwm.edu.

Joint Degree Program

A student who plans to pursue a joint degree business program with another UWM college or school should seek advising early to design an appropriate program. The student must concurrently complete all requirements for the degree in the area other than the Lubar School of Business, as well as the requirements in the Lubar School of Business, as indicated in the requirements for a "Second Bachelor’s Degree."

A student electing to pursue a joint degree should submit a proposed program of study to the Lubar School of Business as soon as possible.

Academic Regulations

For information on the University-wide Academic Action Policy and honors for scholarship, see Academic Information.

Semester Course Load. A full-time undergraduate student in business administration takes a class load of 12 to 18 credits.

Other Options

Second Bachelor’s Degree. A student with an accredited bachelor’s degree may work toward a second bachelor’s degree in the Lubar School of Business. Interested students should contact the academic advisors in Room N297 of Lubar Hall for further details. The second bachelor degree program is not offered in accounting.

Degree requirements include completion of these BBA requirements: functional courses, administrative analysis and techniques courses, a professional major, and mathematics and economics courses. Of these, at least 30 credits must be earned in residence at UWM classified as a second degree candidate beyond the studies of the first degree. Students may receive credit towards a second bachelor’s degree for course work taken in equivalent areas at other institutions. However, at least 50 percent of the business credit hours required for the business degree must be completed at UWM.

Business Special Student Opportunities. Business Special Student status is available to applicants who have earned a baccalaureate degree at an accredited university or college. Also eligible for consideration are students needing one or two courses to complete a degree from another accredited institution. Business Special Students are eligible to take undergraduate courses only.

Applications should be submitted directly to the Lubar School of Business (Room N297, Lubar Hall) and should include: 1) an official degree transcript of undergraduate work, 2) official transcripts of graduate and other work completed, and 3) a statement of goals and objectives as a special student, along with a listing of requested courses. Applications are reviewed weekly. Applicants without a degree who wish to take one or two courses in order to graduate from another institution must also submit a statement from their advisor, on official letterhead, verifying the circumstances and courses required.

Postbaccalaureate Opportunities. Students who have completed a BBA degree at UWM can return to the campus and complete an additional business major. Students who have completed a bachelor’s degree in business at other accredited universities can earn a Certificate of Major in the School. The Certificate of Major consists of a minimum of 12 UWM degree credits. The additional major option is not available in accounting.

Academic and Career Counseling

To meet the needs of a diverse student population, the Lubar School of Business schedules classes throughout a 14-hour day, offers access to many internship and part-time job opportunities, and provides an array of services.

Academic Advising Services. The Student Services Center, located on the second floor (Room N297) of Lubar Hall (phone 414-229-5271), offers academic counseling with six professional staff members who are familiar with the curriculum and the special needs of business students. They provide services such as freshman orientation, program advising, course selection, registration guidance, and credit transfer. The Center’s seven full-time academic advisors are trained to provide all the technical information needed for students to make their own decisions regarding their education.

It is, however, the responsibility of the student to satisfy all requirements for graduation from the Lubar School of Business. All students should meet with an academic advisor on at least a semesterly basis. The advisors are a knowledgeable and supportive resource for students. The Center has late hours on Mondays and Tuesdays during the academic year, and the staff is available on an appointment or walk-in basis.

Career Services. The Lubar School of Business Career Services Center, located in Room N203 of Lubar Hall, complements the services offered by UWM’s Career Development Center and meets the special needs of business students. Interview facilities are provided to firms hiring Business School graduates, and the center’s staff helps students prepare for professional employment through internship programs and part-time employment referrals. Internship positions and job requests are posted on a special bulletin board, which is maintained by the School as a service to students and to businesses which have specifically requested UWM business students to fill positions. The Career Services Center also provides a resume referral service. Potential employers may request resumes by functional area or by special interests within functional areas.

On-line national job searches and an alumni placement service are other services offered. Please call 414-229-5445 for further information.

Student Organizations

There are many professional fraternities, clubs and honorary organizations for students interested in business administration. These organizations offer the student an opportunity to gain practical understanding from professionals working in a chosen field. A sample of organizations in the Lubar School of Business include:

Alpha Kappa Psi – national professional business administration fraternity.

American College of Healthcare Executives – student chapter of national organization for students in MS-Health Care Management program.

American Marketing Association – campus chapter of the national professional organization of the same name.

Beta Alpha Psi – national professional honor society for students majoring in accounting.

Beta Gamma Sigma – national scholastic honor society for business administration students.

Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization – national network for students interested in owning and running a business.

Delta Sigma Pi – professional fraternity open to all business or economics students.

Graduate Business Association – open to all MBA, MS, and Ph.D. students.

Lubar School of Business Black & Gold Committee – business students interested in enhancing the student experience.

Logistics, Operations and Management Information Systems – professional development and increasing exposure to Supply Chain and Operations Management and Information Technology Industries.

National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. – campus chapter of the national professional organization of the same name.

Society for Human Resources Management – campus chapter of the national organization for students interested in careers in personnel/human resources.

Sports Business Association - for undergraduate business students interested in careers within the sports industry.

Student Investment Club – for undergraduate students interested in finance.

Student Academic Appeals

Students may appeal an academic action to the appropriate curriculum committee. An appeal is a request for an exception to an established policy or rule. The content of each appeal is carefully reviewed in order to reach a decision. Appeals should be submitted in writing to the School’s Student Services Center. Undergraduate student appeals are reviewed by the School’s Undergraduate Program Committee’s Appeals Subcommittee. Students are advised in writing of the decision of the Committee. The Appeals Subcommittee considers individual cases concerning the degree requirements and other academic rules and regulations established by the Lubar School of Business faculty.

The Lubar School of Business has established written procedures for undergraduate student academic grievances. Copies of the grievance procedure are available in the Student Services Center. As a first step, students must discuss the grievance with the faculty member or administrator within 30 working days from the date of the action that prompted the grievance.

Faculty and Staff

Administration

Timothy L. Smunt
Dean

Janice Miller
Senior Associate Dean, Academic Affairs

Mark Mone
Associate Dean, Executive Programs

Faculty and Staff

Mary Alberti
Director of Operations, Executive Education

Layth C. Alwan, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Chicago

Esther Ancel, Sr. Lect. Emerita, Ph.D.

Patricia J. Arnold, Prof. Emerita, Ph.D., CPA

Bruce A. Bender, Prof. Emeritus, Ph.D.

Amit Bhatnagar, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
State University of New York at Buffalo

Janice Blankenburg, E.M.B.A.
Washington University

Veena Brown, Asst. Prof., Ph.D., CPA
Florida Atlantic University

Mary K. Bruno
Human Resources Manager

Patrick T. Buckley
Director of Marketing

Brian Daugherty, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Texas at San Antonio

Eric Dietenberger
Senior Information Processing Consultant

Xiang Fang, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.
Case Western Reserve University

Russell W. Fenske, Prof. Emeritus, Ph.D.

Paul M. Fischer, Jerry Leer Prof., Ph.D., CPA
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Barbara Fitzgerald
Assistant Dean, Business Affairs

Stephen France, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.
Rutgers University

Sarah J. Freeman, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Michigan

Dennis H. Gensch, Prof. Emeritus, Ph.D.

Kristin George
Academic Advisor

Sanjoy Ghose, Prof., Ph.D.
Carnegie-Mellon University

Maria Goranova, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
Syracuse University

Tad Gospodarek
Senior Development Specialist

Nance Gusavac
Administrative Affairs Coordinator and Ph.D. Program Coordinator

Timothy C. Haas, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
Colorado State University

William D. Haseman, Wisconsin Distinguished Prof., Ph.D.
Purdue University

Tingting He, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.
Washington University in St. Louis

John Healy, Sr., Lect., M.S.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Ross Hightower, Lect, Ph.D.
Georgia State University

Brian Hinshaw
Senior Academic Advisor

Der-Ann Hsu, Prof. Emeritus, Ph.D.

Scott H. C. Hsu, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Zhijian Huang, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.
Pennsylvania State University

Hemant K. Jain, Wisconsin Distinguished Prof., Ph.D.
Lehigh University

Matthew Jensen
MBA/MS Program Manager

Thomas Jeske
Assistant Dean - Student Affairs

Jason Kantrowitz
Senior Career Advisor

James Kasum, Senior Lect., Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Yong-Cheol Kim, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
Ohio State University

Paul D. Kimmel, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D., CPA
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Dawn M. Koerten
Academic Affairs & Graduate Assistants Coordinator

Charles A. Konkol, Senior Lect., M.S., CPA
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Greg Krejci
Career Services Director

Leslie Kren, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D., CPA
University of Houston

Sanjeev Kumar, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Michigan

Keith Kunkel
Senior Information Processing Consultant

Kaan Kuzu, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.
The Pennsylvania State University

Quincy LaGrant
Undergraduate Recruiter

J. A. Leer, Prof. Emeritus, M.B.A., CPA

Ryan D. Leece, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.
Virginia Tech

Edward Levitas, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
Texas A&M University

Sali Li, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Utah

Alejandra Lopez
Multicultural Student Coordinator/Academic Advisor

Jerad Lumina
Information Processing Consultant

Richard D. Marcus, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Chicago

Michael McBain, Senior Lect., Ph.D.
University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Janice Miller, Prof. and Senior Assoc. Dean, Ph.D.
Arizona State University

Sandy Mollberg
Information Processing Consultant

Mark A. Mone, Prof. and Assoc. Dean, Ph.D.
Washington State University

Satish Nambisan, Prof. of Entrepreneurship &
Technology Management, Ph.D.
Syracuse University

Derek L. Nazareth, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
Case Western Reserve University

Daniel Neely, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.
The University of Houston

Jeffrey Neuhauser
MBA/MS Senior Academic Advisor

Daniel Neuwirth
Senior Career Advisor

Lilian Ng, Hans Storr Prof., Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania

Paul C. Nystrom, Prof. Emeritus, Ph.D.

Massimiliano Ostinelli, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.
McGill University

Purushottam Papatla, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
Northwestern University

Laura A. Peracchio, Prof., Ph.D.
Northwestern University

Kristine J. Piwek
Assistant Dean, Administrative Affairs & Communication

Rachel Pocras
Senior Administrative Specialist

Cathy Poliak, Lect., Ph.D.
Northern Illinois University

V. Kanti Prasad, Bostrom Prof., Ph.D.
Michigan State University

Atis Purins
Senior Information Processing Consultant

Belle R. Ragins, Prof., Ph.D.
University of Tennessee at Knoxville

Keshavamurthy Ramamurthy, Prof., Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh

Jude Rathburn, Sr. Lect., Ph.D.
Arizona State University

Raymond Rausch, Lect., J.D.
Marquette University

Kristine Raymond
Student Services Coordinator/Senior Academic Advisor

Will Rayms, Prof. Emeritus, Ph.D.

Hong Ren, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.
Pennsylvania State University

Anthony Ross, Rockwell Automation Endowed Chair in
Supply Chain Management, Ph.D.
Indiana University

Debbie Roy
International Business Center Manager

Jeffrey Rymaszewski, Sr. Lect., M.S.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Gail Schemberger
Administrative Program Specialist

Joslyn Schiedt
Marketing Manager

Eric Schenker, Prof. Emeritus and Dean Emeritus, Ph.D.

Margaret Shaffer, Notebaert Distinguished Chair of
International Business & Global Studies, Ph.D.
University of Texas at Arlington

Sol S. Shalit, Assoc. Prof. Emeritus, Ph.D.

Valeriy Sibilkov, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
Purdue University

Jurgen Sidgman, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Romila Singh, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
Drexel University

Atish Sinha, Prof., Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh

Renee Smith
Career Advisor

Timothy L. Smunt, Dean and Ph.D.
Indiana University

Ehsan S. Soofi, Prof., Ph.D.
University of California, Riverside

G. Kevin Spellman, Lect., Ph.D.
Durham University

Mark Srite, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
Florida State University

Dennis Sterling
Director, Executive Programs

William J. Taylor, Assoc. Prof. Emeritus, Ph.D., CPA

Terese Teachout
Senior Administrative Specialist

C. Edward Weber, Prof. Emeritus, Ph.D.

Christine Wolf
Senior Academic Advisor

Andrea Wrench
Scholarship Coordinator/Senior Academic Advisor

Gene Wright
Executive MBA Program Director

Xiaojing Yang, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
Indiana University

Xiaohang Yue, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Texas at Dallas

Fatemah (Mariam) Zahedi, Wisconsin Distinguished Prof., DBA
Indiana University

Huimin Zhao, Prof., Ph.D.
University of Arizona

 



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Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business
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