MBA Programs

Major: Business Administration
Degree Awarded: Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Calendar Type: Quarter
Total Credit Hours: 51.0
Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) code: 52.0101
Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) code:
11-1021; 11-2022; 11-9199

About the MBA

Drexel University’s innovative, high-quality MBA program is recognized for its excellence and for its preparation of students for successful professional careers. We seek to attract and retain students with excellent undergraduate academic records and a commitment to graduate education. From its inception, Drexel has been a technology-oriented university, and we are committed to focusing our graduate curricula to reflect the importance and use of technology in both business and not-for-profit organizations.

Goals and Objectives

The MBA program is designed to:

  • Integrate the foundations of business, problem-solving, and decision-making skills; organization theory; and practical aspects of institutional management
  • Prepare students for managerial positions in business and other institutions
  • Offer concentrations in various areas of management
  • Capitalize on communication skills, people skills, global perspectives, technological competence, pragmatic emphasis, and ethical perspectives 

 Students selecting a concentration can choose from the following options:

  • Business Analytics
  • Finance
  • Healthcare Management (not available in full-time MBA program) 
  • Entrepreneurship/Innovation Management
  • Marketing 

Full-time, Part-Time, Online and Accelerated Options 

The College offers one MBA degree delivered in different formats: – face-to-face or online, part-time or full-time, and at a satellite campus in Malvern, PA. Additionally, the Drexel LeBow MBA offers several fields of concentration within the MBA. Visit LeBow College's web site for information about additional MBA options.

Degree Requirements

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) curriculum remains firmly grounded on the best features of the "traditional" MBA as it has evolved over half a century. Among these features is a broad overview of business, complemented by at least one area of specialization.

Students selecting a concentration can choose from the following options:

  • Business Analytics
  • Finance
  • Healthcare Management (not available in full-time MBA program)
  • Entrepreneurship/Innovation Management
  • Marketing
Foundation Courses
BUSN 501Measuring and Maximizing Financial Performance3.0
BUSN 502Essentials of Economics3.0
Core Curriculum
ACCT 601Managerial Accounting3.0
ECON 601Managerial Economics3.0
FIN 601Corporate Financial Management3.0
MGMT 601Managing the Total Enterprise3.0
MGMT 602Managing Technology Innovation3.0
MKTG 601Marketing Strategy & Planning3.0
ORGB 625Leadership and Professional Development3.0
POM 601Operations Management3.0
STAT 601Business Statistics3.0
Flexible Core Sequence
Students select two courses from the following list of flexible core courses:6.0
Baida Center for Entrepreneurship
Corporate Venturing
New Venture Planning
Center for Corporate Governance
Legal Options in Decision Making
Corporate Governance
Center for Corporate Reputation Management
Corporate Brand & Reputation Management
Seminar In Marketing Management
International Business/Studies
International Business Management
Information Systems Outsourcing Management
Sovereign Institute for Strategic Leadership
Leading Effective Organizations
Negotiations for Leaders
Capstone Course
MGMT 780Strategic Management3.0
Concentration Courses9.0
Students selecting a concentration can choose from the following options:
Business Analytics
Finance
Healthcare Management
Marketing
Entrepreneurship/Innovation Management
Total Credits51.0

Business Analytics Concentration

The Business Analytics concentration prepares students to make good business decisions with fact-based analysis and an understanding of business performance from a systems view, using statistical and quantitative analysis of data as well as explanatory and predictive modeling.

Requirements
STAT 632Datamining for Managers3.0
Select two of the following:6.0
Business & Economic Strategy: Game Theory & Applications
Business Conditions and Forecasting
Customer Analytics
Inter-Active Decision Support Systems
Predictive Business Analytics with Relational Database Data
Managerial Decision Models and Simulation
System Simulation
Supply Chain Management
Quality & Six-Sigma
Experimental Design
Total Credits9.0

 Finance Concentration

Required Courses
Select two of the following:6.0
Advanced Financial Management
Financial Institutions & Markets
Risk Management
Investment Management
Entrepreneurial Finance
Mergers and Acquisitions
Business Conditions and Forecasting
International Financial Management
Seminar in Finance
Electives
Select one of the following:3.0
Legal Aspects of Employment
Macroeconomics
Special Topics in BLAW
International Economics
Business & Economic Strategy: Game Theory & Applications
Economic Analysis of Multinational Corporations
Knowledge Management
E-Commerce Systems I
Inter-Active Decision Support Systems
Global Marketing
Marketing Management Cases and Problems
Managerial Decision Models and Simulation
Management of Manufacturing Firms
Management of Service Firms
Quality & Six-Sigma
Total Credits9.0

Healthcare Management Concentration

This specialized, cohorted, online program was developed together with industry representatives. The custom program is designed for professionals in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries to help achieve new understanding and advance students' careers by integrating business strategy with science and technology and the unique perspective of the industry.

Four of the 17 courses offered are in-person residencies over three- to six-day on-site sessions at the beginning, middle, and end of the program. The remainder of the courses are delivered in an online format for ultimate flexibility.

This program begins in the spring and takes approximately 24 months to completion.

BUSN 651Healthcare Business Practice I: Foundations3.0
BUSN 652Healthcare Business Practice II3.0
BUSN 653Healthcare Business Practice III: Capstone3.0
Total Credits9.0

Marketing Concentration

Required Courses
Select two of the following:6.0
Customer Analytics
Buyer Behavior Theory
Channels of Distribution Management
Global Marketing
Integrated Marketing Communications Management
Business to Business Marketing
New Product Planning, Strategy, and Development
Services Marketing
Marketing Management Cases and Problems
Marketing Information Management and Research
Electives
Select one of the following:3.0
Special Topics in BLAW
Macroeconomics
International Economics
Business Conditions and Forecasting
International Financial Management
Economic Analysis of Multinational Corporations
Seminar in International Business
Knowledge Management
E-Commerce Systems I
Inter-Active Decision Support Systems
Database Analysis and Design for Business
Managerial Decision Models and Simulation
Management of Service Firms
Supply Chain Management
Quality & Six-Sigma
Total Credits9.0

Entrepreneurship/Innovation Management Concentration

Required Courses
Select two of the following:6.0
Legal Aspects of Employment
Legal Issues in New Ventures
Entrepreneurial Finance
Strategic Human Resource Management
Knowledge Management
E-Commerce Systems I
Inter-Active Decision Support Systems
Database Analysis and Design for Business
New Product Planning, Strategy, and Development
Electives
Select one of the following:3.0
Macroeconomics
International Economics
Business & Economic Strategy: Game Theory & Applications
Advanced Financial Management
Risk Management
Mergers and Acquisitions
Business Conditions and Forecasting
International Financial Management
Comparative Financial Analysis
Economic Analysis of Multinational Corporations
Seminar in International Business
Knowledge Management
Buyer Behavior Theory
Channels of Distribution Management
Global Marketing
Integrated Marketing Communications Management
Services Marketing
Marketing Management Cases and Problems
Negotiations for Leaders
Managerial Decision Models and Simulation
Management of Manufacturing Firms
Management of Service Firms
Supply Chain Management
Quality & Six-Sigma
Total Credits9.0

MBA Concentrations

Business Analytics Concentration
The Business Analytics concentration prepares students to make good business decisions with fact-based analysis and an under stranding of business performance from a systems view, using statistical and quantitative analysis of data as well as explanatory and predictive modeling.
Requirements
STAT T680Special Topics in STAT0.5-9.0
Select two of the following:6.0
Business & Economic Strategy: Game Theory & Applications
Business Conditions and Forecasting
Inter-Active Decision Support Systems
Managerial Decision Models and Simulation
System Simulation
Supply Chain Management
Applied Regression Analysis
Quality & Six-Sigma
Experimental Design
Total Credits6.5-15.0
Healthcare Management Concentration
The concentration in Health Care management is a specialized, cohorted online program designed to address both the political and technological forces shaping the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry in competitive global markets. The program is designed for professionals in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries to help achieve new understanding and potential for career advancement by integrating business strategy with science and technology and the unique perspective of the industry.
Requirements
BUSN 651Healthcare Business Practice I: Foundations3.0
BUSN 652Healthcare Business Practice II3.0
BUSN 653Healthcare Business Practice III: Capstone3.0
Total Credits9.0
Finance Concentration
Required Courses6.0
Select two of the following:
Advanced Financial Management
Financial Institutions & Markets
Risk Management
Investment Management
Entrepreneurial Finance
Mergers and Acquisitions
Business Conditions and Forecasting
International Financial Management
Seminar in Finance
Finance Electives3.0
Select one of the following:
Legal Aspects of Employment
Special Topics in BLAW
Macroeconomics
International Economics
Business & Economic Strategy: Game Theory & Applications
Economic Analysis of Multinational Corporations
Knowledge Management
E-Commerce Systems I
Inter-Active Decision Support Systems
Global Marketing
Marketing Management Cases and Problems
Managerial Decision Models and Simulation
Management of Manufacturing Firms
Management of Service Firms
Quality & Six-Sigma
Total Credits9.0
Marketing Concentration
Required Courses6.0
Select two of the following:
Buyer Behavior Theory
Channels of Distribution Management
Global Marketing
Integrated Marketing Communications Management
Business to Business Marketing
New Product Planning, Strategy, and Development
Services Marketing
Marketing Management Cases and Problems
Marketing Information Management and Research
Electives3.0
Select one of the following:
Special Topics in BLAW
Macroeconomics
International Economics
Business Conditions and Forecasting
International Financial Management
Economic Analysis of Multinational Corporations
Seminar in International Business
Knowledge Management
E-Commerce Systems I
Inter-Active Decision Support Systems
Database Analysis and Design for Business
Managerial Decision Models and Simulation
Management of Service Firms
Supply Chain Management
Quality & Six-Sigma
Total Credits9.0
Entrepreneurship/Innovation Management Concentration
Required Courses6.0
Select two of the following:
Legal Aspects of Employment
Legal Issues in New Ventures
Entrepreneurial Finance
Strategic Human Resource Management
Knowledge Management
E-Commerce Systems I
Inter-Active Decision Support Systems
Database Analysis and Design for Business
New Product Planning, Strategy, and Development
Electives3.0
Select one of the following:
Macroeconomics
International Economics
Business & Economic Strategy: Game Theory & Applications
Advanced Financial Management
Risk Management
Mergers and Acquisitions
Business Conditions and Forecasting
International Financial Management
Comparative Financial Analysis
Economic Analysis of Multinational Corporations
Seminar in International Business
Knowledge Management
Buyer Behavior Theory
Channels of Distribution Management
Global Marketing
Integrated Marketing Communications Management
Services Marketing
Marketing Management Cases and Problems
Negotiations for Leaders
Managerial Decision Models and Simulation
Management of Manufacturing Firms
Management of Service Firms
Supply Chain Management
Quality & Six-Sigma
Total Credits9.0

BS/MBA students may be waived from two MBA Enterprise Management courses, assuming a grade of B or better is earned in specified undergraduate courses. Students can review the Waiver Policies for the Statement of Curriculum Standing on the LeBow College's website for additional information.


Interdepartmental Faculty

Marco Airaudo, PhD (University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia). Associate Professor. Computational economics, international economics, macroeconomics and monetary economics.
Murugan Anandarajan, PhD (Drexel University) Head of Department, Management. Professor. Individual Internet usage behavior (specifically abuse and addiction); Application of artificial intelligence techniques in forensic accounting and ophthalmology.
Rolph E. Anderson, PhD (University of Florida) Royal H. Gibson Sr. Professor of Marketing. Professor. Personal selling and sales management; multivariate data analysis; customer relationship management (CRM); customer satisfaction and customer loyalty.
Trina Larsen Andras, PhD (University of Texas at Austin) Head of the Department of Marketing; Academic Director, Center for Corporate Research Management. Professor. International marketing, marketing channels management, cross-cultural communication.
Orakwue B. Arinze, PhD (London School of Economics). Professor. Client/Server computing; Enterprise Application Software (EAS)/Enterprise Resource Planning Software (ERP); knowledge-based and decision support applications in operations management.
Edward Arnheiter, PhD (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) Department of Decision Sciences. Clinical Professor. Quality implementation and management, supply chain, statistical quality control, six sigma.
Avijit Banerjee, PhD (The Ohio State University) Department of Decision Sciences. Professor. Interface with Marketing, Pricing Revenue Management, Inventory Control, Operations Planning and Scheduling, Production Planning and Control, Supply Chain Management
David A. Becher, PhD (Pennsylvania State University) Department of Finance. Associate Professor. Mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, financial institutions.
Hande Yurttan Benson, PhD (Princeton University) Assistant Department Head, Decision Sciences & MIS. Associate Professor. Interior-point methods, Large Scale Optimization, Mathematical Programming, Nonlinear Optimization, Operations and Supply Chain Optimization, Optimization Software, Portfolio Optimization
Jie Cai, PhD (University of Iowa) Department of Finance. Assistant Professor. Investment banking, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance and corporate governance.
Oben Ceryan, PhD (University of Michigan Ann Arbor) Department of Decision Sciences. Assistant Professor. Dynamic Pricing, Inventory Control, Revenue Management, Stochastic Optimization, Supply Chain Management
Hsihui Chang, PhD (University of Minnesota) Department of Accounting and Tax, KPMG Endowed Chair and Department Head. Professor.
Hiu Lam Choy, PhD (University of Rochester). Associate Professor. Financial accounting.
Roger D. Collons, JD, PhD (George Washington University; Georgia State University) Department of Legal Studies. Professor. Patent law, preservation of wealth.
Anthony P. Curatola, PhD (Texas A&M University) Joseph F. Ford Professor of Accounting. Professor. Federal and state income tax policy, retirement income taxation, fringe benefits taxation, educational savings and tax incentives, federal and state income tax research.
Lauren D'Innocenzo, PhD (University of Connecticut). Assistant Professor. Groups/Teams; Multi-Level Modeling; Shared Leadership.
Mian Dai, PhD (Northwestern University). Assistant Professor. Managerial economics and strategy.
Qizhi Dai, PhD (University of Minnesota). Associate Professor. Business to Business E-Commerce; information technology adoption; economic analysis of information systems.
Naveen Daniel, PhD (Arizona State University). Assistant Professor. Corporate governance, mutual funds, hedge funds.
Patricia L. Daniel Derrick, PhD (The George Washington University). Assistant Clinical Professor.
Donna Marie De Carolis, PhD (Temple University) Dean, Close School of Entrepreneurship. Professor. Pharmaceutical/biotechnology industries; entrepreneurship; technology & strategy; technology commercialization, strategic alliances; social capital.
Boryana Dimitrova, PhD (Drexel University). Assistant Clinical Professor. Global marketing, inter-organizational, marketing channels, retailing and retail management.
Daniel Dorn, PhD (Columbia University) Department of Finance. Associate Professor. Capital markets and investments; behavioral finance.
Casey Dougal, PhD (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill). Assistant Professor. Empirical asset pricing, financial media, behavioral finance, and urban economics.
Michaela Draganska, PhD (Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University). Associate Professor. Advertising strategy, product assortment decisions, new product positioning, distribution channels.
Lawrence Duke, MBA (Harvard Business School). Associate Clinical Professor. International marketing and strategy, new product development, business-to-business marketing, marketing of financial services.
Elea Feit, PhD (University of Michigan). Assistant Professor. Bayesian hierarchical models, interactive (eCommerce), marketing research, missing data.
Eliezer M. Fich, PhD (New York University) Department of Finance. Associate Professor. Empirical topics in corporate finance.
Richard P. Freedman, JD, LLM (Temple University) Head of the Department of Legal Studies. Associate Professor. Taxation, corporate and business matters, real estate, estate planning, estate administration and elder law.
Christopher Gaffney, PhD (Rutgers University, New Brunswick). Assistant Clinical Professor. Applied Probability, Decision Theory, Risk Analysis
David Gefen, PhD (Georgia State University). Professor. Strategic IT management; IT development and implementation management; research methodology; managing the adoption of large IT systems, such as MRP II, ERP, and expert systems; research methodology.
Azi Gera, PhD (University of Maryland). Assistant Professor. Business planning, new venture performance and survival, social networking, cognition and strategy, determinants of firm performance, attention based view, business angles and VC firms, interfirm signaling, private equity investments.
Hubert Glover, PhD (Texas A&M University) Department of Accounting and Tax. Associate Clinical Professor. International financial reporting.
Michael Joseph Gombola, PhD (University of South Carolina) Head of the Department of Finance. Professor. Stock offerings and repurchases, mergers, acquisitions, and restructuring; working capital management, time series analysis; options and derivatives, financial statement analysis.
Cuneyt Gozu, PhD (University of Albany). Associate Clinical Professor. Attitudes; Groups/Teams; Leadership; Motivation; Power and Influence
Jeffrey H. Greenhaus, PhD (New York University) William A. Mackie Professor of Management. Professor. Work-Life Balance.
Barbara Murray Grein, PhD (Kenan-Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina) Department of Accounting and Tax. Associate Professor. Auditing, auditor selection, audit adjustments, audit fees, corporate governance, financial reporting.
Curtis M. Hall, MBA (University of Arizona). Assistant Professor. Strategic cost management; corporate governance; capital markets research in accounting; human capital investment.
Shawkat M. Hammoudeh, PhD (University of Kansas). Professor. Applied econometrics, financial economics, international economics, and natural resource economics.
Teresa D. Harrison, PhD (University of Texas Austin). Associate Professor. Econometrics, public finance, industrial organization, empirical microeconomics including health and nonprofit organizations.
Yanliu Huang, PhD (The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania). Assistant Professor. Consumer n-store decision making, consumer planning, health marketing, memory and learning.
Mazhar Islam, PhD (University of Minnesota). Assistant Professor. New markets in emerging countries, alliances, corporate entrepreneurship, emerging countries, pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, technological innovation, transaction cost economics.
Paul E. Jensen, PhD (Penn State University) Associate Dean, College of Business. Associate Professor. International trade. Primary research interest is international trade, particularly in empirical studies of international trade patterns.
Bang Nam Jeon, PhD (Indiana University) Department of Economics and International Business. Professor. Financial economics, world financial market linkages, foreign direct investment flows in the Asia-Pacific economies, the Korean economy: currency crisis, FDI, and macroeconomic issues, regional economic integration and newly industrializing economies: the
Kevin K. Jones, EDB (Georgia State University). Assistant Clinical Professor.
Stephen Joyce, MA (Temple University). Assistant Clinical Professor. Education and human capital.
Robert W. Keidel, PhD (Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania). Clinical Professor. Cognitive coaching; Executive team building; Organizational design; Strategic thinking; Strategy creation
Natalya V. Khimich, PhD (University of Califormia at Berkeley). Assistant Professor. Equity valuation, earnings quality, and accounting for innovation and intangible assets.
Seung-Lae Kim, PhD (Penn State University) Department of Decision Sciences. Professor. Inventory control, Production Planning and Control, Quality Management, Six-Sigma, Supply Chain Management
Stacy Kline, MBA (Temple University) Department of Accounting and Tax. Clinical Professor. Individual, corporation; S corporation and partnership taxation.
Daniel Korschun, PhD (Boston University ). Assistant Professor. Brand and corporate reputation management, corporate social responsibility, internal marketing, marketing strategy, relationship marketing.
Amy Laura Kratchman, MBA (Drexel University) Department of Finance. Clinical Associate Professor. Portfolio management, specifically related to fixed income securities; investment management for pension and mutual fund companies, and fixed income securities.
Rosalie S. Kreider, JD (Villanova University) Department of Legal Studies. Clinical Professor. Business law, international business law.
Andre Kurmann, PhD (University of Virginia). Associate Professor. Computational economics, financial economics, labor economics, macroeconomics and monetary economics.
David Kurz, EdD (University of Pennsylvania). Assistant Clinical Professor. Business Education; Groups/Teams; Leadership; Supply Chain Leadership.
Hyokjin Kwak, PhD (University of Georgia) Department of Marketing. Associate Professor. Advertising effects, consumer behaviors and e-commerce.
Robert E. Laessig, PhD (Cornell University) Department of Decision Sciences. Professor Emeritus. Management systems integration.
Jinwook Lee, PhD (Rutgers University, New Brunswick). Assistant Clinical Professor. Decision Models, Mathematical Programming, Risk Assessment Stochastic Optimization, Stochastic Processes.
Jeongsik Lee, PhD (University of California Los Angeles). Assistant Professor. Economics of Innovation; Social networks; Technology management
Benjamin Lev, PhD (Case Western Reserve University) Department Head, Department of Decision Sciences. Trustee Professor. Inventory Control, Mathematical Programming, Operations Planning and Scheduling.
Merrill W. Liechty, PhD (Duke University) Department of Decision Sciences. Associate Clinical Professor. Bayesian statistics, portfolio selection, higher moment estimation.
Keisha Liggett-Nichols, EDB (Georgia State University). Associate Clinical Professor. Corporate entrepreneurship, determinants of firm performance, evidence-based management.
Frank Linnehan, PhD (Temple University) Interim Dean, LeBow College of Business. Professor. Affirmative action; workforce diversity; equal employment; school-to-work transitions for younger workers. Research focuses on issues of race and diversity in the workplace.
Chuanren Liu, PhD (Rutgers University). Assistant Professor. Data Mining, Decision Models, Risk Assessment, Sequential Analysis.
Yu-Chieh Lo, PhD (University of Southern California). Assistant Professor. Categorization in markets; Organization theory; Technology innovation.
Mark Loschiavo, MS (University of Kentucky). Clinical Professor. Business planning; new venture performance and survival; strategic management; strategic thinking; technology entrepreneurship.
Dali Ma, PhD (University of Chicago). Assistant Professor. Social hierarchy; Social networks; Sociology of entrepreneurship; Sociology of transitional China
Vibhas Madan, PhD (Michigan State University). Professor. International trade theory, applied microeconomics.
Hazem Diab Maragah, PhD (Louisiana University) Department of Decision Sciences. Associate Professor. Statistical quality control, total equity management, applied statistics.
Michele K. Masterfano, DBA (Argosy University). Associate Clinical Professor. Business Planning; Marketing Research; Marketing Strategy; Social Capital; Social Networking
Mary Mawritz, PhD (University of Central Florida). Assistant Professor. Abusive supervision; deviant behavior; leadership.
Irina Murtazashvili, PhD (Michigan State University). Assistant Professor. Applied econometrics.
Suchet Nadkarni, PhD (University of Kansas). Associate Professor. Strategic management, cognition and strategy.
Rajiv Nag, PhD (Pennsylvania State University). Assistant Professor. Organizational Knowledge and Identity; Organizational learning and change; Strategic Leadership; Strategic Performativity
V. K. Narayanan, PhD (University of Pittsburgh) Delloitte Touche Jones Stubbs Professor. Cognition and Strategy; Corporate Entrepreneurship; Organization design
Gordon Ndubizu, PhD (Temple University) Department of Accounting and Tax. Professor. Financial accounting.
Edward Nelling, PhD, CFA (University of Pennsylvania-Wharton) Department of Finance. Associate Professor. Investments; corporate finance; real estate finance.
Gregory Nini, PhD (The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania). Assistant Professor. Creditor control rights, corporate governance, and firm value; insurance economics.
Maria Olivero, PhD (Duke University). Associate Professor. Macroeconomics, international finance.
Eydis Olsen, MA (American University). Clinical Associate Professor. Macroeconomics, political economy.
Neal Orkin, JD (Temple University) Department of Legal Studies. Associate Professor. Intellectual property rights of employed inventors and authors; labor relations.
Duri Park, MS (PhD expected in 2013) (Ohio State University). Assistant Professor. Financial accounting, insider trading, investments, and cash holdings.
Haemin Park, PhD (University of Washington). Assistant Professor. IPO, Knowledge-based Vie of the Firm; Technology Entrepreneurship; Venture capital
Fariborz Y. Partovi, PhD (The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania) Department of Decision Sciences. Professor. Manufacturing Technology Development, Quality Implementation, Quality Management, Service Management, Six-Sigma
Pedersen Pedersen, JD (Harvard University) Department of Legal Studies. Assistant Professor. American law, contract law, labor and employment law.
Bernhard Reichert, PhD, CPA (University of Texas at Austin) Department of Accounting and Tax. Assistant Professor. Behavioral research in accounting and experimental economics.
Christian Resick, PhD (Wayne State University). Associate Professor. Groups/Teams; Leadership; Organizational Culture and Fit; Personality.
Stanley Ridgley, PhD (Duke University). Assistant Clinical Professor. Business communication; Cognition and strategy; Competitive intelligence; Determinants of Firm Performance; Global Management; New Markets in Emerging Countries; Russian Business Culture.
Patricia Robak, PhD (Lehigh University) Department of Finance. Clinical Associate Professor. Investments, money and banking, international finance.
Bert Rosenbloom, PhD (Temple University) Rauth Chair of Electronic Commerce. Professor. Marketing channels and distribution systems, electronic commerce, inter-organizational marketing management, wholesale and retail distribution, marketing strategy and planning.
Raja Roy, PhD (University of Pittsburgh). Assistant Professor. Technology entrepreneurship, determinants of firm performance, technological change, technological innovation.
Diana Sandberg, MS (Drexel University) Department of Finance. Clinical Associate Professor. Portfolio management, derivatives, investment management.
Samir Shah, DPS (Pace University). Associate Clinical Professor.
Wenjing Shen, PhD (University of Michigan) Department of Decision Sciences. Assistant Professor. The interface of operations management and marketing; inventory management; supply chain management.
Steven R. Sher, JD (Georgetown University Law Center) Department of Legal Studies. Associate Professor. Business law, product liability, negligence, medical malpractice.
Milton Silver, PhD (Columbia University). Professor Emeritus. Strategic planning and control systems, analysis and design of information systems, and executive and management development and training.
Prashant Srivastava, PhD (Oklahoma State University). Associate Clinical Professor. New product development, supply chain management, B2B marketing, sales, strategic alliances, organizational learning, market orientation, healthcare marketing, and database marketing.
Rajneesh Suri, PhD (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). Professor. Pricing, promotions and branding.
Srinivasan Swaminathan, PhD (University of Texas-Austin). Professor. Marketing research and strategy, pricing and promotions, loyalty and satisfaction.
Samuel H. Szewczyk, PhD (Pennsylvania State University) Department of Finance. Associate Professor. Corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, financial engineering, investment banking, financial institutions.
George Tsetsekos, PhD (The University of Tennessee) Dean, LeBow College of Business. Professor. Valuation and corporate restructuring, treasury and risk/hedging operations, investment banking, securitization, emerging capital markets, multinational finance, bank asset-liability management.
Daniel Tzabbar, PhD (University of Toronto). Assistant Professor. Accessing and managing knowledge; Alliances; Human capital; Organizational learning and change; Social Capital; Technology Entrepreneurship; Technology Innovation
Mark Vargus, PhD (Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania) Department of Accounting and Tax. Assistant Professor. Capital market research and executive compensation.
Ralph Walkling, PhD (University of Maryland) Stratakis Professor of Corporate Governance, Department of Finance. Professor. Corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions.
Min Wang, PhD (Columbia University) Department of Decision Sciences. Assistant Professor. Healthcare Operations Management, Inventory Control, Production Planning and Control, Service Management, Supply Chain Management
Chen Wang, PhD (University of British Columbia). Assistant Professor. Consumer curiosity, self-regulation and goals, sensory perception.
Joan Weiner, PhD (The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania). Professor. Business ethics, leadership, communication and decision making; educational innovation; health system management design.
Jennifer Wright, MTA Master of Tax Accounting (Villanova University) Department of Accounting and Tax. Associate Clinical Professor.
Chaojiang Wu, PhD (University of Cincinnati). Business Analytics, Computational Statistics, Healthcare Analytics, Semiparametric Regression, Statistical Data Mining.
Jonathan C. Ziegert, PhD (University of Maryland). Associate Professor. Attitudes; Diversity; Groups/Teams; Leadership; Organizational Culture and Fit.
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