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1 School of Business Dean, Robert H. Roller Department of Business Department Chair, Daryl L. Gruver Faculty John P. Frazier, MAEd. Daryl L. Gruver, MA Judy R. Madtes, MBA Chris E. Neuenschwander, MBA, CPA, CMA James R. Parks, Jr., MBA Philip K. Rickard, MBA, CPA Jill R. Risner, MBA Kelly R. Rush, MBA David L. Skinner, PhD Debra L. Snyder, PhD, CPA Edward A. Thomas, PhD Wayne A. Yerxa, MBA Program Objectives The courses and curriculum of the undergraduate business program are designed to achieve the following student outcomes: understand the theories, principles, methods and applications of business; demonstrate value-based decisions in business from a Christian perspective of ethics and social responsibility; demonstrate the ability to think creatively and critically; integrate the disciplines of business into a holistic perspective; articulate an economic understanding of society as one basis for more intelligent participatory citizenship; evidence the ability to listen receptively and to express oneself through written and oral communication; demonstrate experience in service, mission, or multicultural activity. Note: All prerequisites for Business Department courses require a grade of C- or better. No course used to meet general education requirements is permitted to satisfy a major requirement in any program within the School of Business. The general education requirements for all business majors include the following prescribed courses: Introduction to Statistics, Precalculus Mathematics or Calculus I, Old Testament History and Literature, and New Testament History and Literature. Departmental Programs Associate in Applied Science in Applied Business Technology ABT3023 Document Processing 3 ABT3063 Project Management and Application Integration 3 Elective Course Business elective 6 24 Hours 96

2 Traditional Undergraduate Business Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration Elective Courses Business electives 9 Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration 30 Hours IBS3003 International Business Operations 3 48 Hours The student with a major in business administration must complete a minor or a second major outside the School of Business. If a minor in the School of Business is chosen, overlap courses are allowed to the extent that the minor includes at least 12 credit hours that are not duplicated in the major. In addition to economics, another social science course must be chosen to fulfill general education core requirements. Bachelor of Science in Accounting (CMA Track) (This program meets the State of Ohio educational requirements for sitting for the Ohio Certified Management Accountant Examination.) Required Accounting Courses ACC2002 Accounting Ethics 2 ACC3033 Individual Income Tax 3 ACC3043 Cost Accounting I 3 ACC3053 Cost Accounting II 3 ACC3063 Intermediate Accounting I 3 ACC3073 Intermediate Accounting II 3 ACC4053 Auditing Concepts and Practices 3 ACC4083 Advanced Accounting 3 ACC4093 Accounting Capstone and Professional Conduct 3 Required Business Courses MAN3013 Business Law II 3 MAN3063 Leadership 3 MAN3083 Organizational Behavior 3 83 Hours The student with a major in accounting (certified management accountant track) must complete the designated cognates in lieu of a minor. In addition to economics, another social science course must be chosen to fulfill general education core requirements. All required accounting courses numbered 3000 or above must be taken at MVNU or special permission to transfer accounting course must be granted by the accounting faculty. Bachelor of Science in Accounting (CPA Track) (This 150-hour program meets the State of Ohio educational requirements for sitting for the Ohio Certified Public Accountant Examination. The program is designed as a five [5] year program.) Required Accounting Courses ACC2002 Accounting Ethics 2 ACC3033 Individual Income Tax 3 97

3 ACC3043 Cost Accounting I 3 ACC3063 Intermediate Accounting I 3 ACC3073 Intermediate Accounting II 3 ACC3083 Accounting Information Systems 3 ACC4053 Auditing Concepts and Practices 3 ACC4083 Advanced Accounting 3 ACC4093 Accounting Capstone and Professional Conduct 3 Elective Courses Accounting electives 6 ACC3023 Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting ACC3053 Cost Accounting II ACC4073 Advanced Tax Accounting Required Business Courses ACC5029 Accounting Internship 1-6 MAN3013 Business Law II 3 MAN/PSY/SOC3083 Organizational Behavior Hour The student with a major in accounting (certified public accountant track) must complete the designated cognates in lieu of a minor. In addition to economics, another social science course must be chosen to fulfill general education core requirements. All required accounting courses numbered 3000 or above must be taken at MVNU or special permission to transfer accounting course must be granted by the accounting faculty. Bachelor of Science in Accounting (General Track) ACC2002 Accounting Ethics 2 ACC3033 Individual Income Tax 3 ACC3043 Cost Accounting I 3 ACC3063 Intermediate Accounting I 3 ACC3073 Intermediate Accounting II 3 ACC4053 Auditing Concepts and Practices 3 ACC4083 Advanced Accounting 3 ACC4093 Accounting Capstone and Professional Conduct3 MAN3013 Business Law II 3 71 Hours The student with a major in accounting (general track) must complete a minor in another discipline. If a minor in the School of Business is chosen, overlap courses are allowed to the extent that the minor includes at least 12 credit hours that are not duplicated in the major. All required accounting courses numbered 3000 or above must be taken at MVNU or special permission to transfer accounting course must be granted by the accounting faculty. In addition to economics, another social science course must be chosen to fulfill general education core requirements. Bachelor of Science in Applied Business Technology Required Business Courses ABT3063 Project Management and Application Integration 3 ABT3023 Document Processing 3 IBS3003 International Business Operations 3 MIS3023 Management Information Systems 3 98

4 Traditional Undergraduate Business Select one of the following: 3 60 Hours The student with a major in applied business technology must complete a minor in accounting, financial management, graphic design or another departmentally approved. If a minor in the School of Business is chosen, overlap courses are allowed to the extent that the minor includes at least 12 credit hours that are not duplicated in the major. In addition to economics, another social science course must be chosen to fulfill general education core requirements. Bachelor of Science in Financial Management FIN3083 Principles of Investment 3 FIN4063 Intermediate Financial Management I 3 FIN4073 Intermediate Financial Management II 3 IBS3053 Comparative Economic Systems 3 IBS3073 International Trade and Finance 3 MAN3013 Business Law II 3 Select two of the following: 6 ACC3043 Cost Accounting I ACC3053 Cost Accounting II ACC3063 Intermediate Accounting I ACC3073 Intermediate Accounting II 72 Hours The student with a major in financial management must complete a minor or a second major in another discipline. If a minor in the School of Business is chosen, overlap courses are allowed to the extent that the minor includes at least 12 credit hours that are not duplicated in the major. In addition to economics, another social science course must be chosen to fulfill general education core requirements. Bachelor of Science in Integrated Business Education ABT2033 Publishing and Presenting Information 3 ABT3063 Project Management and Application Integration 3 ABT3023 Document Processing 3 ABT4002 Content Area Teaching Methods in Business 2 FIN3063 Consumer Finance 3 IBS3003 International Business Operations 3 MIS3023 Management Information Systems 3 Required Education Courses 49 No minor is required. 105 Hours Note: Students who wish to teach in senior high school, in multi-age education, or in vocational settings must complete general education and professional education courses which are listed in the School of Education and Professional Studies section of this catalog. Bachelor of Science in International Business ABT2013 Computer Application in Business I 3 Select four of the following: IBS3003 International Business Operations 99

5 IBS3053 Comparative Economic Systems IBS3063 Global Marketing IBS3073 International Trade and Finance IBS3083 Global Business Strategy ITD3084 Seminar in International Development Select two of the following: 6 HIS3103G History and Culture of East Asia HIS3063G History of Modern Russia HIS3053G History of Modern Britain PHI2063 World Religions HIS3083G History of World Politics COM3073 Intercultural Communication Hours The student with a major in international business must complete a minor (or a second major) in a modern foreign language, British Studies, China Studies, Middle East Studies, or Intercultural Studies. If the student does not select a minor (or second major) in a modern foreign language, he or she must complete courses in a modern foreign language through the intermediate level. In addition to economics, another social science course must be chosen to fulfill general education core requirements. Bachelor of Science in Management MAN3033 Human Resource Management 3 MAN3083 Organizational Behavior 3 MAN4013 Business Ethics 3 IBS3003 International Business Operations 3 Elective Courses Select two of the following: 6 MIS/CSC3023 Management Information Systems MAN3013 Business Law II ABT3013 Computer Applications in Business II ABT3063 Project Management and Application MAN3043 Small Business Management MAN4023 Operations Management MAN3103 Management of Nonprofit Organizations MAN3113 Administration of Government and Business IBS3083 Global Business Strategy COM3013G Organizational Communication MAN3093 Topics in Management MAN3063 Leadership Select one of the following: 3 63 Hours The student with a major in management must complete a minor or a second major in another discipline. If a minor in the School of Business is chosen, overlap courses are allowed to the extent that the minor includes at least 12 credit hours that are not duplicated in the major. In addition to economics, another social science course must be chosen to fulfill general education core requirements Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems ABT3063 Project Management and Applications Integration 3 IBS3003 International Business Operations 3 MIS3023 Management Information Systems 3 MIS3013 Computer Networks and Telecommunications 3 MIS3053 Systems Analysis and Design 3 MIS4003 Computer and Information Security 3 MIS4023 Decision Support and Intelligent Systems 3 Select One of the Following 2 CSC4062 Practicum and Certification in Networking CSC4072 Practicum and Certification in Server Administration 100

6 Traditional Undergraduate Business 71 Hours The student with a major in business information systems must complete the designated cognates in lieu of a minor. In addition to economics, another social science course must be chosen to fulfill general education core requirements. Bachelor of Science in Marketing IBS3063 Global Marketing 3 MAR3053 Marketing Management 3 MAR4073 Marketing Strategy 3 MIS3023 Management Information Systems 3 MAR4063 Marketing Research 3 Select one of the following: 3 MAR2013 Introduction to Public Relations MAR3063 Personal Selling MAR3073 Advertising and Promotion MAR3093 Topics in Marketing ABT3013 Computer Applications in Business II ABT3063 Project Management and Application Integration 63 Hours The student with a major in marketing must complete a minor or a second major in another discipline. If a minor in the School of Business is chosen, overlap courses are allowed to the extent that the minor includes at least 12 credit hours that are not duplicated in the major. In addition to economics, another social science course must be chosen to fulfill general education core requirements. Accounting Minor Accounting electives 9 Applied Business Technology Minor ABT3063 Project Management and Application Integration 3 ABT3023 Document Processing 3 Business electives 6 Business Administration Minor Financial Management Minor 27 Hours Select three of the following: 9 IBS3053 Comparative Economic Systems IBS3073 International Trade and Finance FIN3083 Principles of Investment FIN4063 Intermediate Financial Management I FIN4073 Intermediate Financial Management II ABT3013 Computer Applications in Business II 21 Hours 101

7 General Business Minor FIN3063 Consumer Finance 3 Business electives 3 Management Information Systems Minor MIS3023 Management Information Systems 3 MIS3013 Computer Networks and Telecommunications 3 MIS3053 System Analysis and Design 3 MIS4003 Computer and Information Security 3 MIS4023 Decision Support and Intelligent Systems 3 International Business Minor Marketing Minor IBS3003 International Business Operations 3 Select three of the following: 9-10 IBS3053 Comparative Economic Systems IBS3063 Global Marketing IBS3073 International Trade and Finance IBS3083 Global Business Strategy ITD3084 Seminar in International Development HIS3083G History of World Politics or approved substitute 3 Select three of the following: 9 MAR2013 Introduction to Public Relations MAR3073 Advertising and Promotion MAR3053 Marketing Management MAR3063 Personal Selling MAR3093 Topics in Marketing MAR4063 Marketing Research IBS3063 Global Marketing Hours Nonprofit Management Minor Management Minor Management electives 9 ECO1033 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 MAN3103 Management of Non-Profit Organizations 3 MAN3113 Administration of Government and Business 3 102

8 Non-Traditional Undergraduate Business School of Business Dean, Robert H. Roller Bachelor of Business Administration (accelerated degree-completion programs for working adults) Department Chair, James D. Dalton Faculty Ronald K. Bolender, EdD Timothy G. Chesnut, MBA, CPA Michael L. Crawford, MBA James D. Dalton, EdD, CPA Willie C. Dishon, DMin Daryl L. Gruver, MA H. James Harriman, MBA Teresa G. Haverstock, MBA Kevin E. Hughes, PhD Judy R. Madtes, MBA Chris E. Neuenschwander, MBA, CMA, CPA James R. Parks, Jr., MBA Philip K. Rickard, MBA Jill R. Risner, MBA Robert H. Roller, PhD Kelly R. Rush, MBA Mark A. Shoaf, PhD David L. Skinner, PhD Melanie A. Spangler, JD Wayne A. Yerxa, MBA Program Objectives Upon completing their undergraduate degree program, adult students will demonstrate: The ability to express ideas clearly, concisely and logically through effective communication skills An understanding of the functional areas of business and their interrelationships with organizations The ability to reflect upon and clarify personal and professional values systems, applying biblical and ethical principles to organizational decision-making An understanding of global issues in business Effective critical thinking skills Bachelor of Business Administration Degree Completion Program The primary focus of the Bachelor of Business Administration program (BBA) is to meet the educational needs of adults working in the business environment. Primary candidates for the BBA program are individuals who have completed some college work but because of the circumstances of their lives, have been unable to complete requirements for a baccalaureate degree. The program allows individuals who have completed approximately two or more years of college to attend class one evening a week for four hours, and complete the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree in as little as fifteen months. The program is offered on the campus in Mount Vernon and at satellite sites in Polaris, Gahanna, Newark, Marion, Mansfield, Grove City, and Cincinnati, Ohio. Pending approval from the Higher Learning Commission and the Ohio Board of Regents this program will also be available online. Admission Requirements Admission to the Bachelor of Business Administration degree completion program requires the student to: 1. submit transcript(s) with a minimum of 56 semester hours (90 quarter hours) from college or university courses; 2. have two (2) years of full-time work experience; 103

9 3. complete a Preliminary Graduation Plan; 4. provide evidence of proficiency in English; and 5. earn an overall grade point average (GPA) of 2.00 in all previous college course work for regular admittance status. An applicant with a GPA of less than 2.00 may apply for probationary admittance. Transfer Credit The Bachelor of Business Administration Core is a highly integrated program. Therefore, while transfer courses will be applied to the hours required for the degree, transfer credit will not normally be applied to the 33 credit-hour core. Transfer credit is granted only if acceptable grades were obtained. Equivalence of course content and transfer credit is determined by the chair of the Bachelor of Business Administration Department. equivalent, including general education, the BBA business core and elective courses. Departmental Programs Bachelor of Business Administration Required Core Business Courses MAN3053 Personal Development and Research Skills 3 MAN3073 Management and Leadership Techniques 3 ECO3003 Business Economics 3 ACC3013 Business Accounting 3 MAR3043 Business Marketing 3 MAN3123 Managing Human Resources 3 FIN3013 Business Finance 3 IBS3013 Global Perspectives in Business 3 MAN4043 Business Ethics and Law 3 Required Cognate Course BIB3033 Foundations of a Biblical Worldview 3 Graduation Requirements 33 Hours The student must complete a minimum of 124 semester hours (with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.00) including: 1. Successful completion of the following 39 semester-hour General Education Core requirement; 6 semester hours in English composition or the completion of the English composition capstone course; 3 semester hours in mathematics; 9 semester hours in the arts and humanities; 6 semester hours in the social and behavioral sciences; 6 semester hours in the natural sciences; and 9 semester hours in liberal arts electives. 2. No course used to meet general education requirements is permitted to satisfy a major requirement in any program within the School of Business. 3. Successful completion of the requirements for the major with a minimum cumulative grade point average of A student who receives a grade below C- in any BBA course will be required to repeat that course until a grade of C- or above is earned. All repeated course work to replace a grade of D, F, W, or X is at student s expense; and 4. Successful completion of a minimum of 124 semester hours of college course work, or its Candidates for the Bachelor of Business Administration in Management may choose one of the following concentrations: Executive Management Concentration ACC3093 Accounting for Managers 3 BSS3083 Business Statistics 3 MIS3023 Management Information Systems 3 BSS4093 Business Research Project 3 15 Human Resource Management Concentration HRM3043 Training and Development 3 HRM4033 Performance and Reward Systems 3 HRM4013 Employee Relations and Services 3 HRM3053 Diversity for Organizational Performance 3 BSS4093 Business Research Project 3 15 International Business Concentration IBS3063 Global Marketing 3 IBS3053 Comparative Economic Systems 3 IBS3073 International Trade and Finance 3 IBS3083 Global Business Strategy 3 BSS4093 Business Research Project

10 Non-Traditional Undergraduate Business Management Concentration MAN3063 Leadership 3 MAN3083 Organizational Behavior 3 COM3013 Organizational Communication 3 MAN4023 Operations Management 3 BSS4093 Business Research Project 3 15 Marketing Concentration MAR3053 Marketing Management 3 MAR3063 Personal Selling 3 MAR3073 Advertising and Promotion 3 MAR4073 Marketing Strategy 3 BSS4093 Business Research Project

11 School of Business Dean, Robert H. Roller Graduate Business Department Department Chair, Kevin Hughes Faculty Ronald K. Bolender, EdD Margaret M. Britt, DBA Timothy G. Chesnut, MBA, CPA Michael L. Crawford, MBA James D. Dalton, EdD, CPA John P. Frazier, MAEd. Daryl L. Gruver, MA H. James Harriman, MBA Kevin E. Hughes, PhD Stephen D. McClellan, PhD Chris E. Neuenschwander, MBA, CMA, CPA Jill R. Risner, MBA Robert H. Roller, PhD Mark A. Shoaf, PhD David L. Skinner, PhD Melanie A. Spangler, JD Edward A. Thomas, PhD Program Objectives On completing their graduate business program students will demonstrate an understanding of: Economic theories and their applications to organizations The identification of customer needs and development of products and services to meet those needs Leadership skills and group and individual dynamics Effective communication Problem-solving and critical thinking skills The multicultural, political, environmental, legal and regulatory setting of the organization The role of ethics, law and morality in business The relations among the functional areas of business Strategic planning skills and processes Graduate Business Program Admission Requirements The admission requirements for the Master of Science in Management program and Master of Business Administration program are: 1. a completed graduate business application form; 2. official transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate work mailed directly to the Registrar s Office by the college, university, or seminary; 3. a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution with at least a cumulative grade point average of 2.80 (on a 4.00 scale); 4. a notebook computer that meets graduate business program specifications; 5. payment of $100 tuition deposit (nonrefundable and applied to tuition for the applicable start); 106

12 Graduate Business 6. applicants whose native language is not English must provide evidence of proficiency in English by [a] scoring 550 or above on the TOEFL test, or [b] scoring 20 or above on the ESL Proficiency Examination; 7. MBA applicants must also meet a prerequisite requirement corresponding to the common professional components found in a bachelor degree in business. The MBA applicant must demonstrate proficiency by passing a course in financial accounting with a grade of C- or better. Program Continuation A student with regular admission status will be placed on academic probation at any time that the graduate cumulative grade point average falls below The graduate business student who is placed on academic probation must achieve a cumulative grade point average of 2.50 at the completion of an additional nine (9) semester hours. A student is removed from probation when the cumulative grade point average meets or exceeds A student may be dismissed from the graduate business program after: 1. receiving more than six (6) semester hours of C or lower; 2. receiving a second final grade of F or X ; 3. failure to achieve the required grade point average at the end of any probationary period; 4. outstanding financial balance; or 5. deportment or non-compliance with the Adult and Graduate Studies Student Handbook. Transfer Credit Provisions Up to six (6) semester hours of graduate work may be transferred from regionally accredited colleges, or universities. Credit is transferred on a course-by-course basis as applicable to the degree. Transfer credit is granted only if grades of B or better were earned, and provided the course is a reasonable equivalent to one required in the program. No credit for prior learning is awarded. Equivalence and transfer of credit is determined by the Master of Science in Management or Master of Business Administration program coordinator. Policies A dual degree program is allowed. To earn the MBA or the MSM as a second graduate degree at MVNU requires the completion of no less than 7 graduate business courses that are unique from the courses taken for the first graduate business degree. A combined minimum of fifty-seven credit hours are required to obtain both degrees.. 107

13 Departmental Programs Master of Business Administration Required Core Courses MAN6113 Ethics, Leadership and Faith 3 MAN6023 Organizational Behavior 3 MAR6003 Marketing Management 3 ECO6083 Managerial Economics 3 MAN6123 Legal Issues in Management 3 MAN6043 Strategic Management 3 Other MAN6093 Global Business 3 ACC6003 Managerial Accounting 3 FIN6013 Corporate Finance 3 Candidates for this degree must complete one of the following 9 hour concentrations: Finance Concentration FIN6003 Investments 3 FIN6023 Markets and Institutions 3 FIN6033 Financial Planning 3 Human Resources Concentration HRM6003 Strategic Programming in Human Resources Management 3 HRM6013 Training and Development 3 HRM6023 Performance and Reward Systems 3 Organizational Management Concentration HRM6003 Strategic Programming in Human Resources Management 3 MAN6103 Operations Management 3 MAN6033 Change Management 3 36 Hours Master of Business Administration in Health Care Administration Required Core Courses MAN6113 Ethics, Leadership and Faith 3 MAN6023 Organizational Behavior 3 MAR6003 Marketing Management 3 ECO6083 Managerial Economics 3 MAN6123 Legal Issues in Management 3 MAN6043 Strategic Management 3 Other HCA6013 Financial Management in Health Care Environments 3 HCA6033 Health Services Administration 3 HCA6043 Legal Aspects of Health Care Administration 3 HCA6053 Management of Health Care Human Resources 3 HCA6063 Quality Management in Health Care Organizations 3 HCA6073 Leadership in Health Care Organizations 3 Master of Science in Management 36 Hours Required Core Courses MAN6113 Ethics, Leadership and Faith 3 MAN6023 Organizational Behavior 3 MAR6003 Marketing Management 3 ECO6083 Managerial Economics 3 MAN6123 Legal Issues in Management 3 MAN6043 Strategic Management 3 Other MAN6093 Global Business 3 ACC6013 Finance and Accounting for Managers 3 MAN6033 Change Management 3 HRM6003 Strategic Programming in Human Resource Management 3 30 Hours 108

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