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1 MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM College of Business & Public Affairs Graduate Center 1160 McDermott Drive West Chester West Chester, PA Phone: Fax: Master of Business Administration Program (http://www.wcumba.org) Professor Halsey M.B.A. Director Program of Study West Chester offers an M.B.A. program which is designed for professional growth and career advancement, multidisciplinary, relevant for today s changing business climate, and innovative, convenient, and an exceptional educational value. Students have full access to all resources. The s M.B.A. program seeks motivated individuals with diverse backgrounds who have demonstrated quality performance as an undergraduate. The West Chester M.B.A. program is accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, an international accrediting agency for quality business management programs. Evening M.B.A. The evening M.B.A. program is designed for a wide range of participants who share a desire for professional growth and career advancement. Students have diverse backgrounds representing a wide variety of baccalaureate degrees, work experiences, and career goals. The evening M.B.A. is a hybrid learning program that uses a combination of in-class and online meetings. Classes meet for seven weeks. Online M.B.A. The M.B.A. program offers an online option for students seeking to complete their degree through distance education. The online M.B.A. follows the same curriculum and term structure as the evening M.B.A. program. Online M.B.A. courses are primarily taught asynchronously with students being required to meet certain learning, assessment, and other requirements within a stated time period. However, certain elements of some courses may require that students be accessible online at a specific date and time. Additionally, some courses may require students to submit to proctored assessments. Students are permitted to take courses in both the evening and the online options. However, preference for course enrollment is given to students who have indicated they are pursuing their M.B.A. through a specific option. Programs Master of Business Administration M.B.A. Master of Business Administration (http:// catalog.wcupa.edu/graduate/business-public-affairs/businessadministration/master-business-administration-mba) Certificate in Business Administration Entrepreneurship Certificate (http://catalog.wcupa.edu/graduate/ business-public-affairs/business-administration/graduate-businesscertificate) Graduate Business Certificate (http://catalog.wcupa.edu/graduate/ business-public-affairs/business-administration/business-certificate) Gainful Employment Information: (http://catalog.wcupa.edu/ graduate/business-public-affairs/business-administration/ business-certificate) Certificate in Business (http://wcupa.edu/ _services/fin_aid/gainfulemployment/business/gedt.html) Admissions All applicants to one of West Chester s graduate programs will be held to the graduate admissions requirements (http:// catalog.wcupa.edu/general-information/admissions-enrollment/ graduate-admissions). When applicable, additional requirements for admission into specific department program(s) may be listed below. Master of Business Administration Requirements Admission Requirements Students with a bachelor s degree from an accredited college or university in the United States or with equivalent preparation acquired in another country are eligible to apply for admission to a graduate program. Evaluation for admission to the M.B.A. program is based on the following requirements. M.B.A. Admission Formula Score A significant portion of the criteria used to evaluate applicants for admission to the M.B.A. program is based on the following: Grade point average (GPA) with emphasis on the last 60 college credits - evaluated on a 4.0 scale Scores on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) - minimum overall score of 460 In general, admission to the WCU M.B.A. will be determined using the following M.B.A. admissions formula score: (GPA x 200) + GMAT score > 1100 In addition to the criteria noted above, the formula score can be affected to a lesser degree by other factors including professional work experience, quality of previous educational experience, and additional indicators of success. The M.B.A. program also will accept scores for the ETS Graduate Record Examination (GRE) for tests taken after August Candidates submitting the GRE must meet the equivalent of a 460 GMAT score. The comparison of the GRE total score to the GMAT total score will be, in part, determined using a GMAT comparison tool accessible through the ETS website (www.ets.org). GMAT waivers are considered under certain conditions. Applicants possessing a formula score less than 1100 but greater or equal to 1000 may also be considered for provisional admission to the 's M.B.A. program. In addition to meeting all other requirements for admission, provisionally admitted students must: possess a formula score between 1000 and 1099 complete two of the following courses: MBA 601 (Accounting),MBA 602 (Finance), MBA 604 (Operations), or MBA 606 (Marketing) (In order to take any MBA course students must meet the relevant prerequisites for that course) attain a cumulative B+ (3.33) average for the two selected courses achieve a minimum grade of B (3.0) or better in each course. If the provisions are met, the student will then fully matriculate into the M.B.A. program. Core Prerequisite Knowledge Areas (can be waived with related undergraduate college courses with a B or better grade; or prove competency in prerequisite-related subject matter areas): 1. Accounting (ACC) 2. Economics (ECO) 3. Finance (FIN) 4. Law (LAW) 5. Marketing (MKT) 6. Management (MGT) CATALOG

2 7. Quantitative Business Analysis (QBA) 8. Math (MAT) Application Requirements Applicants must submit all official undergraduate transcripts demonstrating quality performance at the undergraduate level; appropriate scores from the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT); an essay on career plans; a current resume; and two letters of recommendation. Registration for M.B.A. courses must be approved by the M.B.A. director. Entrepreneurship Certificate Requirements Admission Requirements Students must demonstrate that they meet knowledge requirements for the Core Prerequisite Knowledge Areas (can be waived with related undergraduate college courses with a B or better grade; or prove competency in prerequisite-related subject matter areas): 1. Accounting (ACC) 2. Economics (ECO) 3. Finance (FIN) 4. Law (LAW) 5. Marketing (MKT) 6. Management (MGT) 7. Quantitative Business Analysis (QBA) 8. Math (MAT) Students with a bachelor s degree from an accredited college or university in the United States or with equivalent preparation acquired in another country are eligible to apply for admission to the Entrepreneurship Certificate. The Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) is not required for the graduate business certificate. Application Requirements Applicants must submit a goals statement and all official transcripts. Policies All students in graduate programs are held to the academic policies and procedures (http://catalog.wcupa.edu/graduate/academic-policiesprocedures) outlined in the graduate catalog. When applicable, additional policies for specific department programs(s) may be listed below. Master of Business Administration Policies Orientation Requirement Admitted students must attend an on-site Orientation Program. The Orientation is non-credit bearing and may be held over several days. An exception to attendance at the Orientation Program will be considered at the MBA Director s discretion for students who are self-identified as completing the program 100% online, or in limited circumstances for students who are matriculated MBA students under the pre curriculum that elect to complete their degree under the new curriculum. Degree Candidacy For degree candidacy approval, students must maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 in all M.B.A. courses, be fully matriculated, and have completed all Core Prerequisite Knowledge courses. Graduation Requirement Students must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 in all M.B.A. courses and a 3.0 GPA in concentration courses. Entrepreneurship Certificate Students may take up to two courses without matriculating (per WCU policy). Matriculation must occur in the graduate certificate and/ WEST CHESTER UNIVERSITY or MBA (if enrolled concurrently) before their third course. MBA students must declare for the Entrepreneurship Certificate while matriculated. Entrepreneurship Certificate students may continue on for MBA if they meet MBA admission requirements. Graduate Business Certificate The program is open to students who have completed an undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university. Students who successfully complete the certificate program may apply to the MBA program; however, these applicants must still meet the requirements for admission to the MBA program. Grades from courses in the program may be used to asses students' previous GPA as part of the MBA admission evaluation. Faculty Accounting Faculty Anthony Cataldo (2007) B.S., B.A., M.Acc., of Arizona; Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State Robert P. Derstine (2013) B.S.B.A., M.B.A., Drexel ; Ph.D., State of New York at Buffalo Lori Fuller (2009) Chairperson, Accounting B.B.A., of Oklahoma; Ph.D., Arizona State Sandra M. Tomkowicz (1993) Director, Pre-Law Program B.S., La Salle ; J.D., of Pennsylvania Associate Kevin E. Flynn (1998) M.S., Drexel Brian Halsey (2010) B.A., Shippensburg ; J.D., Widener School of Law; LL.M., Villanova School of Law Peter Oehlers (2004) B.S., Rowan ; M.B.A., Drexel ; D.B.A., Louisiana Tech Assistant Professor Richard Barndt (2010) B.S., M.B.A., La Salle Instructors Phyllis A. Belak (2013) B.S., West Chester of Pennsylvania; M.B.A., Drexel Glenn S. Soltis (2013) B.S., Villanova ; M.B.A., Drexel Economics & Finance Faculty Professor Thomas Andrews (1997) B.S., West Chester ; M.A., Ph.D., Temple Associate Simon Condliffe (2008) B.A., of Humberside, England; M.S., Ph.D., of Delaware CATALOG 2

3 David J. Doorn (2012) B.A., of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Ph.D., North Carolina State Orhan Kara (2003) Chairperson, Economics and Finance B.A., of Ankara; M.S., Ph.D., of Wisconsin - Madison; Ph.D., of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Huimin (amy) Li (2004) B.E., M.A., Xi'an Jiaotong (China); Ph.D., Drexel Thomas W. Tolin (1992) B.A., of Southwestern Louisiana; Ph.D., of Houston Lei Zhu (2006) B.E., M.S., Hohai ; Ph.D., Drexel Assistant Gerald Abdesaken (2013) B.S., Pennsylvania State ; M.A., Berlin School of Economics; Ph.D., Bocconi Kevin C. Dunleavy (1979) B.A., of Delaware Ebru Isgin (2012) B.A., Bogazici, Istanbul; M.A., Ph.D., Rutgers Taek-Yul Kim (2014) B.A., Kyung Hee ; M.S., of Illinois; Ph.D., Drexel Michael Malcolm (2013) B.A., Bucknell ; M.S., Ph.D., of Wisconsin- Madison Marek R. Marciniak (2013) M.A., M.B.A., Eastern Illinois ; Ph.D., Florida Atlantic Thomas O. Miller (2011) B.S., M.B.A., Villanova ; Ph.D., Pennsylvania State David J. Pedersen (2011) B.S., of Pennsylvania; Ph.D., Drexel Matt B. Saboe (2013) B.A., Moravian College Bahar Ulupinar (2010) B.A., Ege (Turkey); Ph.D., Louisana State Dazhi Zheng (2010) B.S., Tsinghua (China); M.S., of Cincinnati; M.S., of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Ph.D., Drexel Management Faculty Gerard A. Callanan (2001) B.A., Temple ; M.B.A., La Salle ; Ph.D., Drexel Roberta Snow (1989) B.A., M.A., Syracuse ; Ph.D., of Pennsylvania Monica Zimmerman (2008) B.S., Messiah College; M.B.A., Pennsylvania State ; Ph.D., Temple Associate Arun Kumaraswamy (2014) B.S., Indian Institute of Technology; Ph.D., New York Evan A. Leach (1993) B.A., Pennsylvania State ; M.A., West Chester ; M.A., Ph.D., Yale Charles H. McGee (1987) B.A., of California, Santa Barbara; M.A., of Southern California; Ph.D., Northwestern David Perri (2005) B.A., College of the Holy Cross; M.A., Pennsylvania State Paul F. Rotenberry (2005) Chairperson, Management B.A., Widener ; M.A., Ph.D., of Akron Xiaowei Zhu (2006) B.S., Beijing Union ; M.A., of Iowa; Ph.D., of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Assistant Lisa Calvano (2011) B.S., Drexel ; M.Sc., London School of Economics; M.B.A., Ph.D., Temple Kelly Fisher (2014) B.S., Excelsior College; M.B.A., of North Florida; Ph.D., Monash Guohua Jiang (2013) B.S., Shanghai Jiaotong ; M.S., Nanjing ; Ph.D., Florida Atlantic Matthew I. Shea (2011) B.A., Connecticut College; M.H.A., M.B.A., of Pittsburgh Ma Ga (mark) Yang (2013) B.A., Hankuk of Foreign Studies; M.B.A., Ph.D., The of Toledo Marketing Faculty Paul M. Arsenault (1998) M.S., Marietta College; M.B.A., Wake Forest ; Ph.D., Temple Paul F. Christ (1994) Director, M.B.A. Program B.B.A., M.B.A., Temple ; Ph.D., Drexel John Gault (1991) B.S., U.S. Naval Academy; M.B.A., of Pennsylvania; Ph.D., Drexel Jason Phillips (1999) B.S., Pennsylvania State ; M.B.A., Texas A&M ; Ph.D., Pennsylvania State Associate Professor Chun-Chen Wang (2011) B.A., Fu Jen Catholic (Taiwan); M.B.A., Baruch College; Ph.D., of Texas at Arlington Courses MBA 500. Financial Reporting and Analysis. 3 Credits. This course is an Introduction to Financial Accounting A conceptual approach to recording, financial summarizing, and presentation and evaluation of the financial affairs of a business firm CATALOG

4 MBA 501. Business and the Economic Environment. 3 Credits. This course covers macroeconomic and microeconomic principles by discussing their applications to modern business problems. It discusses firm supply and demand, cost and pricing, market structure and competition, monetary and fiscal policy, and aggregate demand and supply. Typically offered in Fall, Spring & Summer. MBA 502. Principles of Corporate Finance. 3 Credits. This course covers the basic principles underlying all financial decision making. The time value of money principle is applied to stock valuation, bond valuation, and capital budgeting. The course also discusses the capital asset pricing model, market efficiency, capital procurement, short-term, capital management, and financial leveraging. Pre / Co requisites: MBA502 requires prerequisite of MBA500 and MBA501. MBA 503. Managerial Principles and Communication. 3 Credits. This course is an overview of major principles of management and framework for the analysis of managerial problems with special emphasis on managerial communication in organizations. This course will utilize a multidisciplinary approach to the field utilizing relevant material from psychology, sociology, economics and political science to address the practice of communication and negotiation in organizational settings. This course will examine cognitive, social behavioral and political factors that affect managers' ability to manage and communicate and provide framework to enhance students ability to manage more effectively in organizational settings. On line course - Distance Education. MBA 504. Marketing Management. 3 Credits. An analytical approach to the study of marketing, focusing on the total environment in which marketing decisions are made. Emphasis is on planning the marketing effort and integrating it into the total operation of an organization; i.e., managing the marketing function. Familiarity with topics covered in a traditional principles of marketing course will be assumed. MBA 601. Strategic Cost Management. 3 Credits. This is a course in advanced managerial accounting, focusing on accounting methods and techniques useful in making business decisions. Included are measurements of divisional performance, revenue and pricing decisions, product performance, customer performance, and budgeting. Control systems and techniques are examined from a managerial perspective. MBA 602. Financial Analysis and Valuation. 3 Credits. The knowledge of financial principles is advantageous to managers in virtually every discipline in business. This course is designed as an in-depth financial analysis and valuation course to stimulate critical thinking of financial problems of businesses and focus on valuation. The basic aspects of financial analysis and valuation including use of ratios to assess corporate performance, projection of financial statements for both projects and whole companies, estimation of weighted average cost of capital, valuation of assets, projects and companies using discounted cash flow approach are covered. Also special topics, such as international aspect of financial management will be covered. Projects and cases will be used in the course to provide students with hands on experience in the use and application of financial tools and technology, especially Excel. Team building and written communication skills are also important for the group project. MBA 603. Global Operations and Supply Chain Management. 3 Credits. This course utilizes interactive learning methodologies to promote awareness of the operations and supply chain management techniques available for improving the organizational structures which create and deliver value to customers. Through the case approach, students will learn how an operation strategy that is cross-functional and global creates competitive advantage for both manufacturing and service companies. Topics covered include project management, product design, process analysis, electronic commerce, and enterprise resource planning systems. In particular, because of its emerging role in today's corporation, supply chain management will be emphasized. WEST CHESTER UNIVERSITY MBA 604. Components of Effective Leadership. 3 Credits. An examination of management theory and its relationship to human resource functions. This course traces the development of management and organization principles and theories, with an emphasis on applying them to human resource issues. This course examines the relationship between the individual and the organization, and topics such as leadership and motivation, attitudes, selection, performance appraisal, and individual and group decision making will be explored. MBA 605. Business, Society & Environment. 3 Credits. This course provides an overview of how major trends in the world economy, social issues, political, legal and ethical systems affect business. The student will enhance his/her ability to understand the implications of major social, economic, political, legal and ethical trends in the U.S. and the world; critically examine his/her own position on these issues; critically analyze popular writings on these issues; and appreciate the perspective of others whose circumstances differ from those of the student. MBA 606. Innovation and Marketing Strategy. 3 Credits. This course examines the strategic issues facing organizations as they develop solutions that satisfy customer needs and create customer value. Emphasis is placed on identifying and explaining approaches to creating a marketing environment that encourages creative thinking. Coverage includes the processes and strategies for developing and maintaining customer value, techniques and technologies used to gather and analyze market information, innovative approaches for developing marketing solutions, and other contemporary issues affecting today's marketing decision makers. Topics are investigated using a number of methods including case study, analytical and hands-on exercises, and real-world discussion. MBA 610. Law and Ethics in the Business Environment. 3 Credits. This course is designed to meet the professional needs of managers who have minimal exposure to the law and to enhance their knowledge of the legal and ethical environment of business operations. It examines the framework of the American legal system. The course focuses from a managerial and entrepreneurial perspective on sources of law: including the constitutional, statutory, administrative, and common law principles that define the relationships between government and business; buyers and sellers of goods and services; and employers and employees. MBA 611. Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation. 3 Credits. This course introduces students to the concept of entrepreneurship and the process of new venture creation. Topics addressed in the course include idea generation, feasibility assessment, industry analysis, market research, funding, financial planning, and marketing, as well as writing and presenting a business plan. Theories and techniques learned in this course will be used to develop a comprehensive entrepreneurship project.. MBA 612. Entrepreneurship Strategy. 3 Credits. This course is designed to address managing new and emerging growth companies. It provides students with the tools to identify opportunities, formulate strategy, and implement strategy for new and emerging growth companies. The course examines management challenges commonly encountered at different stages in the life-cycle of new and emerging growth companies including start-up, growth, change of direction, and harvest. MBA 613. Globalization and Management. 3 Credits. Examination of the problems of management, marketing, and finance when developing and engaging in international business. Attention to the formulation of alternative strategies for developing international business enterprises, the impact and consequences of implementing various alternative strategies for traditional business functions, problems of the multinational firm, and the special challenges of doing business with or in underdeveloped countries CATALOG 4

5 MBA 614. International Trade & Finance. 3 Credits. This course is designed to expose students to the international busines environment and enable them to increase their business prescence abroad whether it is in manufacturing, finance, or other services. Topics include diversity and cultural differences, foreign exchange markets and exchange rate determination, export/import strategies, foreign direct investment, and multinational accounting and financing. MBA 615. The Economics of Healthcare and Analytics. 3 Credits. This course will apply the tools of economic analysis to the various components of the health care system. Relying on microeconomic principles, this course addresses the behavior of participants (consumers, providers, insurers) in the health care industry. This course addresses some key policy issues that surround the provision of health care, as well as considering different health systems. MBA 616. Applications of Project Management. 3 Credits. This course is a reappraisal and reinforcement of core knowledge areas of project management: project selection, project organization, defining projects, project networks, risk management, resource scheduling, accelerating projects, leadership, team building, outsourcing, and monitoring progress. MBA 617. Business Information Systems. 3 Credits. This course is a blending of theory, case studies, and personal computer applications to the solution of business information problems. Students will gain insight into functional and strategic implications of information resources, technology, and systems. MBA 644. Business Research and Analysis. 3 Credits. The purpose of this course is to prepare students for the quantitative and research requirements found within the graduate business program. The course reinforces essential business math knowledge while introducing advanced quantitative analysis used in different business disciplines. Additionally, the material covered allows students to conduct, analyze and interpret business research. MBA 645. MBA Special Topics. 3 Credits. A seminar or independent study course on selected topics. Includes research papers or projects which examine one or more contemporary issues not available within in the existing curriculum. This course may be taken again for credit. Repeatable for Credit. MBA 646. Internet Marketing and E-Commerce. 3 Credits. The purpose of this course is to examine the tools, techniques and strategies business organizations use to conduct marketing activities on the Internet, through mobile technologies and through other digital methods. The information discussed is applicable not only to businesses that primarily operate in digital fields but also applies to businesses whose primary operations may be offline. MBA 648. Residency Seminar. 1 Credit. The principle objective of this course is to provide a forum in which students demonstrate skills necessary for MBA-level graduates. The skills measured in this course include oral and written communication, presentation development and delivery, technology usage and group interaction. Assessment occurs via individual and group activities. The course meetings occur in a compressed format including meeting all day on weekdays and weekends. Students are expected to attend the entire seminar. The course is intended to be taken midway through the program and must be completed no later than the seventh MBA-level course. MBA 649. Managerial Economics and Strategy. 3 Credits. This is a course in applied microeconomics with a view towards strategic management. Students should learn the ability to use an economic perspective to enhance critical thinking and problem solving skills. Students will use economic models, concepts and analysis to further develop their strategic decision making ability. MBA 699. Strategic Management and Planning. 3 Credits. This course is an in-depth examination of the processes by which business strategies are conceived, formulated, executed, and changed. Specific topics include strategic planning, endogenous and exogenous influences affecting strategic feasibility, analyses, and choices. Comprehensive strategy-oriented cases from a variety of business contexts are used CATALOG

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