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  Dec 15, 2017
 
2015-2016 Graduate Catalog 
  
2015-2016 Graduate Catalog

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Faculty

Noushin Ashrafi, PhD, University of Texas at Arlington

  • Management Science and Information Systems

Ramakrishna Ayyagari, PhD, Clemson University

  • Management Science and Information Systems

Arindam Bandopadhyaya, PhD, Indiana University

  • Accounting and Finance

Pratyush Bharati, PhD, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

  • Management Science and Information Systems

Roger Blake, PhD, University of Rhode Island

  • Management Science and Information Systems

Martin Calkins, PhD, University of Virginia

  • Management and Marketing

Atreya Chakraborty, PhD, Boston College

  • Accounting and Finance

Ricardo Checchi, PhD, Georgia State University

  • Management Science and Information Systems

Kui Du, PhD, University of Texas Austin

  • Management Science and Information Systems

Ehsan Elahi, PhD, University of Minnesota

  • Management Science and Information Systems

Mine Ertugrul, PhD, University of Connecticut

  • Accounting and Finance

Pacey Foster, PhD, Boston College

  • Management and Marketing

Varghese George, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Management and Marketing

Davood Golmohammadi, PhD, West Virginia University

  • Management Science and Information Systems

Mohsin Habib, PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Management and Marketing

Thomas Hogan, PhD, University of Massachusetts Amherst

  • Accounting and Finance

Jeffrey Keisler, PhD, Harvard University

  • Management Science and Information Systems

Sangwan Kim, PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Accounting and Finance

Jean-Pierre Kuilboer, PhD, University of Texas at Arlington

  • Management Science and Information Systems

Werner Kunz, PhD, Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich

  • Management and Marketing

Marc Lavine, PhD, Boston College

  • Management and Marketing

One-Ki Daniel Lee, PhD, City University of Hong Kong

  • Management Science and Information Systems

Jay Junghun Lee, PhD, Seoul National University

  • Accounting and Finance

David Levy, DBA, Harvard University

  • Management and Marketing

Rui Li, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  • Accounting and Finance

Benyamin Lichtenstein, PhD, Boston College

  • Management and Marketing

Raymond Liu, PhD, University of Oregon

  • Management and Marketing

Stephen Manning, PhD, Free University Berlin

  • Management and Marketing

Banu Ozkazanc-Pan, PhD, Johns Hopkins University

  • Management and Marketing

KoEun Park, PhD, Purdue University

  • Accounting and Finance

Sherry Penney, PhD, State University of New York, Albany

  • Management and Marketing

Marius Popescu, PhD, Virginia Tech University

  • Accounting and Finance

Philip Quaglieri, PhD, Stevens Institute of Technology

  • Management Science and Information Systems

Edward Romar, PhD, City University of New York

  • Management and Marketing

Maureen Scully, PhD, Stanford University

  • Management and Marketing

Yong-Chul Shin, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Accounting and Finance

Lucia Silva-Gao, PhD, Boston University

  • Accounting and Finance

Kiran Verma, PhD, Michigan State University

  • Accounting and Finance

Sally Wright, DBA, Boston University

  • Accounting and Finance

Guang-Xin (Vincent) Xie, PhD, University of Oregon

  • Management and Marketing

Peng Xu, PhD, Georgia State University

  • Management Science and Information Systems

Xiaolu Xu, PhD, Syracuse University

  • Accounting and Finance

Kun Yu, DBA, Boston University

  • Accounting and Finance

Hasan Zafer Yuksel, PhD, University of Arizona

  • Accounting and Finance

Wei Zhang, DBA, Boston University

  • Management Science and Information Systems

Leon Zurawicki, PhD, Warsaw University

  • Management and Marketing

 The Program

The College of Management’s demanding and internationally accredited MBA program provides opportunities for its diverse students to succeed in the regional and global economy. It is comprehensive, introducing students to the fundamental analytical and organizational skills expected of any modern manager, while also offering students a number of opportunities for specialization. The strengths of the program are a knowledgeable, experienced, and student-centered faculty, small classes, a diverse student population, and flexibility. Faculty are accessible to students both inside and outside the classroom and give students personal attention to help them meet their goals.

The MBA program is designed to offer students of all backgrounds the opportunity to begin and/or broaden their management education. An undergraduate degree in a business field is not required to enter the MBA program. Students in the program may study either full-time or part-time. All classes meet once a week; in order to assist students in completing the program, course schedules offer a variety of choices (including Saturdays). Students may complete the MBA program in one to five years, depending upon the number of courses taken during the fall, spring, and summer terms and on course/credit waivers granted for undergraduate preparation.

The College of Management and the MBA program are fully accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)—the International Association for Management Education.
 

 

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