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Online MBA Programs – Masters of Business Administration – University of Phoenix

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Master of Business Administration

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program helps you harness the power behind proven management strategies and adapt them to the boardroom. Earn your MBA online or on campus, where available and learn how University of Phoenix can help you strengthen your business knowledge and critical decision-making skills to lead your organization.

Requirements and prerequisites

You will need XXX credits to complete this program, which may be earned from a combination of required and elected courses. However, required courses may vary based on previous experience, training or transferable credits.

There are no prerequisites for this course.

What you ll learn

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program prepares students in the functional areas of business allowing them to develop managerial skills necessary to be effective in a rapidly changing business environment. The program is designed for students with an interest in entering or advancing their careers in business. The program reflects current research of managerial competencies as well as graduate business standards as reflected by existing national standardized graduate business tests.

  • In addition to the University learning goals, the MBA program prepares students to do the following:
  • Recognize and solve problems systematically to make better business decisions.
  • Manage, develop, and motivate personnel to meet changing organizational needs.
  • Discover how diversity and values strengthen working relationships and contribute to effective problem solving.
  • Leverage technology in a global environment to create sustainable competitive advantage.
  • Evaluate risks and develop plans to lessen or eliminate their impact.
  • Develop awareness of one’s own personal values and how they affect business decision making.
  • Assess whether an organization’s plans and actions are aligned to meet its values.
  • Integrate knowledge and reach decisions with incomplete or limited information.
  • Understand a broad range of theoretical and practical applications in business.

The MBA consists of 36-54 credit hours. Thirty-six credit hours constitute the core curriculum which covers the following areas of business: management, human capital management, business law, organizational leadership, economics, accounting, applied business research statistics, operations management, corporate finance, marketing, and strategic planning implementation. Students can develop additional expertise in a particular area through the selection and completion of 15 credits of elective courses to earn a concentration, which may be recorded on the student’s transcript.

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Our curriculum is designed to help you prepare for the competitive job market with relevant knowledge and in-demand skills. This program will include the following courses:

Program Student Learning Outcomes

In addition to the knowledge and skills related to the University Learning Goals, School of Business graduating students are intended to attain certain program-specific knowledge, skills and abilities. Therefore, you should be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes by the time you complete this program.

Each college or school creates a set of Program Student Learning Outcomes (PSLOs) to describe the knowledge, skills or attitudes that students will possess upon completion of the program of study.

Review the annual assessment results (PDFs) for this program.

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Program Student Learning Outcomes

In addition to the knowledge and skills related to the University Learning Goals, School of Business graduating students are intended to attain certain program-specific knowledge, skills and abilities. Therefore, you should be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes by the time you complete this program.

Each college or school creates a set of Program Student Learning Outcomes (PSLOs) to describe the knowledge, skills or attitudes that students will possess upon completion of the program of study.

Review the annual assessment results (PDFs) for this program.

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This course prepares students to apply marketing concepts to create and sustain customer value. Students learn to solve marketing problems in a collaborative environment. Topics include market research, customer relationships, branding, market segmentation, product development, pricing, channels, communications, and public relations.

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This capstone course integrates concepts from all prior courses in the program. Students apply the concepts of strategic planning and implementation to create sustainable, competitive advantage for an organization. Other topics include environmental scanning, strategic analysis, corporate social responsibility, implementation and evaluation, and risk management.

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Business Programs at Ontario Colleges

What to expect from a career in Business

Studying business is a great way to set yourself up for a number of career paths. Whether you re entrepreneurial and would like to start up your own small business or you want to join forces with a pre-existing company, you ll find opportunities are plentiful for those with diplomas from business programs at Ontario colleges.

If you have an interest in business operations and want to get your career started in the field, here s what you need to know. More

Business Courses

Many Ontario colleges offer business programs that will teach you the basics of business ownership and management in your first year, with courses like business law, communications, finance, statistics and more. From there, you ll have the opportunity to choose electives that target specific areas of business to customize your training.

You ll also find that some colleges feature a School of Business, allowing you to choose from a number of specialized business programs. These could include (but aren t limited to):

You ll also find varying levels of certification in many Ontario college business programs. Diploma programs, continuing education certificates and conjoined Bachelor Degree programs with an Ontario university are all options.

General Business Program Requirements

Requirements in a business diploma program include an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent, as well as a grade 12 English and mathematics credit. Additional mathematics credits from grade 11 and up may also be required.

Business Jobs and Salaries

Business jobs are really only limited by your desires and interests. Whether you re interested in marketing, accounting, finance, human resources or another area, there will be open opportunities. Positions you will qualify for with your diploma include (but aren t limited to):

Depending on your position and your level of experience, salaries will vary. Some entry level positions start between $25,000 and $30,000 per year, while others could start as high as $40,000 per year. Experience and professionalism will help you move up the salary ladder.

Ontario Colleges Offering Business Programs

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Q1. Are There Grants Available For Women And Minority Owned Businesses?

It is a common misconception that the US government can issue grants or free money‚ to help veterans, minorities, and women start their own businesses. This is simply not true. The United States federal, state and local governments have initiatives in place to help these populations but free money is not in the government s budget.

Q2. What Are The Ways That Government Assist Women And Minority Owned Businesses?

The most common way the government assists these audiences is through offering work contracts to businesses owned by minorities and/or women. Many large corporations also have contracting goals where purchasers will actively seek out minority and women owned businesses to contract with.

  • If you are interested in taking advantage of government and corporate contracts as a minority or women owned firm, visit our How Do I Find Government Contracts webpage
  • To register as a Minority Business Enterprise or Women s Business Enterprise visit the MWBE Certification site.

The Small Business Administration (SBA) also offers incentives to banks that sign business loans to qualified veterans, minorities, and women. More information can be found on the SBA s website at: http://www.sba.gov/category/navigation-structure/starting-managing-business/starting-business/establishing-business/business-types

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Patrick Summers, Artistic and Music Director*
Margaret Alkek Williams Chair

Perryn Leech, Managing Director
Sarah and Ernest Butler Chair

Richard Bado, Head of Music Staff
Sarah and Ernest Butler Chorus Master Chair
Molly Dill, Producing Director*
Dale Edwards, Director of Marketing
Carleen Graham, HGOco Director
Deborah Hirsch, Senior Director of Development*
Judith Kurnick, Director of Communications
Bradley Moore, Associate Music Director
Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Alkek Chair
Gregory S. Robertson, Chief Advancement Officer*
Brian Speck, Director of HGO Studio
Diane Zola, Director of Artistic Administration*

Dawn Gillespie, Governance and Business Manager
Jami Howard, Assistant to the Music and Artistic Director

Maria J. Blake, Systems Manager*
Henry Cantu III, Staff Accountant
Luis Franco, Office Services Coordinator*
Denise Fruge, Accounts Payable Administrator*
Matt Gonzales, Database Administrator
Debbie Loper, Payroll Administrator*
Tanya Lovetro, Director of Finance
Taylor Twohy, Assistant to the General Manager
Ken Vaughn, Director of Information Systems*
Lee Whatley, Director of Business Analytics*
Melissa Williford, Director of Human Resources*

Richard Buffett, Director of Major Gifts and Legacy Planning
Ashley Coffey, Development Information Officer
Kelly Finn, Director of Development, Institutional Giving
Scott Ipsen, Director of Patron Services*
David Krohn, Director of Development
Caitlin Long, Special Events Coordinator
Kelly Nicholls, Development Officer
Brooke Rogers, Director of Special Events
Denise Simon, Special Events Operations Manager
Christine Stevens, Development Officer
Jim Townsend, Development Communications Manager
Andrea Ward, Development Officer
Rachel Wardzinski, Development Officer
Jennifer Wijangco, Director of Development, Individual Giving

Cynthia Lewis, Team Lead*
Jacob Millwee, Manager of Customer Service
Emily Sitton, Marketing Coordinator
Allison Wagner, Marketing Manager
Richard Wong, Director of Sales and Services*

Ashley Bales, Advancement Data Assistant
Patrina Johnson, Prospect Research and Data Specialist
Meredith Morse, Development Associate
M. Jane Orosco, Advancement Data Manager*
Nicole Sackllah, Development Associate
Joanna Torok, Director of Advancement Operations

Rachel Block, Graphic Artist
Laura Chandler, Director of Publications*
Marion Frizzell, Communications Coordinator
Christine Lee, Communications Manager
Andi Russell, Graphic Designer

Brian Mitchell, Archivist*

Dennis Arrowsmith, Touring and Ensembles Manager
Wesley Landry, Bauer Family High School Voice Studio Manager
Jason Lester, Bauer Family High School Voice Studio Dirctor of Vocal Studies
Stacey Michael, HGOco Operations Manager
Emily Wells, Programs Manager

Richard Bado, Chorus Master*
The Sarah and Ernest Butler Chorus Master
Richard S. Brown, Orchestra Personnel Manager*
Lindsey Cavanaugh, Artistic Rehearsal Coordinator
Jamie Gelfand, Artistic Rehearsal Coordinator
Carolyne Hall, Associate Company Manager
Patrick Harvey, Assistant Conductor
Paul Hopper, Assistant Artistic Director
Daniel James, Artistic Media Manager/Music Administrator
Mark C. Lear, Associate Artistic Administrator*
Aspen McArthur, Music Librarian
Lisa Oswald, Company Manager
Peter Pasztor, Associate Conductor*
Karen Reeves, Children’s Chorus Director*
Emily Senturia, Assistant Conductor/Assistant Chorus Master

Philip Alfano, Lighting Associate
Katrina Bachus, Assistant Director
Kristen E. Burke, Production Stage Manager
Michael Clark, Lighting Supervisor
Andrew Cloud, Properties Associate*
Norma Cortez, Head of Costumes*
Esmeralda De Leon, Costume Coordinator
Meg Edwards, Assistant Stage Manager
Mary Elsey, Assistant Stage Manager
Zoltan Fabry, Master Propertyman*
Vince Ferraro, Assistant Master Electrician/Lighting Board Programmer
Megan, Properties Design Director*
Ed Hamala, Assistant Carpenter, Head Flyman
Eduardo Hawkins, Head Soundman*
Clair Hummel, Costume Coordinator
Nara Lesser, Costume Technician
Judy Malone-Stein, Wardrobe Coordinator
Melissa McClung, Technical and Production Administrator
Brant McNamara, Technical Assistant/Driver
Liz Petley, Assistant Stage Manager
Albert Pike, Master Electrician*
Mercedes Ramirez, Draper*
Evelyn Rossow, Assistant Stage Manager
Maria Luisa Salinas, Costume Technician
Logan Schoenbaechler, Associate Technical Director
Omer Ben Seadia, Assistant Director
Dotti Staker, Wig and Makeup Department Head*
Paul Spittle, Technical and Safety Director
Christopher Staub, Stage Manager/Assistant Stage Manager
Paully Lea Tran, Costume Technician
Myrna Vallejo, Costume Shop Supervisor*
Sean Waldron, Assistant Head of Properties
Annie Wheeler, Stage Manager/Assistant Stage Manager

Jeremy Johnson, Studio Manager
To view the full list of HGO Studio Faculty, click here .

*denotes 10 or more years of service

Patrick Summers, Artistic and Music Director
Margaret Alkek Williams Chair

Denise Tarrant, Concertmaster
Sarah and Ernest Butler Concertmaster Chair
Jonathan Godfrey, Assistant Concertmaster
Erica Robinson, Principal, Second Violin
Carrie Kauk, Assistant Principal Second Violin
Miriam Belyatsky
Rasa Kalesnykaite
Hae-a Lee
Sarah Ludwig
Chavdar Parashkevov
Anabel Ramirez
Mary Reed
Linda Sanders
Oleg Sulyga
Sylvia Ver Meulen
Melissa Wilmot

Eliseo Rene Salazar, Principal
Lorento Golofeev, Assistant Principal
Mary Fulgham
Gayle Garcia-Shepard
Erika Lawson
Suzanne LeFevre

Barry Sills, Principal
Louis-Marie Fardet, Assistant Principal †
Erika Johnson, Acting Assistant Principal
Wendy Smith-Butler
Steve Wiggs

Dennis Whittaker, Principal
Erik Gronfor, Assistant Principal
Carla Clark

Seth Allyn Morris, Principal
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Eric Chi

Amanda Swain, Principal
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Jim Vassallo, Principal
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Thomas Hultén, Principal
Mark Holley

Mark Barton, Principal

Joan Eidman, Principal

Nancy Nelson, Principal

Richard Brown, Principal

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Richard Brown

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Now accepting students for fall 2017. Classes start Sept. 20.

OSU’s online sociology degree program explores the study of human society, social forces and social interaction. As a sociology major you will study how human values and community are shaped by class, gender and ethnic differences, and learn about abstract social forces such as modernization and globalization.

Sociology majors go on to hold successful careers in criminal justice, law, social services, education, non-profit work and news media. An undergraduate degree in sociology is also a stepping stone toward master’s and Ph.D programs and law school.

This degree program is offered through OSU’s College of Liberal Arts, which is ranked No. 1 in the nation for best online liberal arts colleges. The courses are delivered online by OSU Ecampus.

Sarah Brown is the first-ever Oregon State Ecampus student to achieve the honor of earning a Fulbright scholarship, and is in good company with five other Oregon State student and alumni recipients and one alternate – a record-breaking number at OSU. Read more »

Advantages of an Oregon State University online degree

  • All classes are developed by OSU’s renowned faculty, who are known worldwide for their research, expertise and innovation.
  • OSU is regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
  • Online students receive the same diploma as on-campus students.
  • Enhance your degree with a minor. OSU Ecampus offers a diverse selection of minors online.
  • Students can study from anywhere in the world with an Internet connection.

With more than 1,000 online courses in more than 90 subjects, discover how OSU Ecampus can turn your passion into a lifelong career.

We’re here to support you

We understand that there is more involved to being a student than just completing a class. Oregon State Ecampus offers a full range of support services to help our students be successful, such as online tutoring, career services, library services and disability access. Plus, every degree-seeking student has an academic advisor to offer guidance in selecting courses and staying on track for graduation. If you need assistance, please contact Ecampus by email or call 800-667-1465 Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. PT.

* cost per credit and total cost are calculated using tuition per credit for the current academic year. It does not include associated fees, course materials, textbook expenses, and other expenses related to courses.

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Finish First at Bradford School!

Everything we do at Bradford School is so you can Finish First.

  • Programs are accelerated, so graduation rates are high.
  • Classes are smaller and focus on the skills employers need, so your learning can be relevant.
  • Proactive career services are offered to graduates, so you have help finding a good job.

Find out more about how we help students Finish First through our student resources, career-focused programs, and career placement.

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Conveniently located in Pittsburgh, PA, Bradford School offers career-focused programs in many growing occupations. Some of our programs include an externship, where students get to learn from a real-world experience. Our programs are designed to be completed by full-time students in 8-16 months, depending on the program and diploma or specialized degree option that you choose.

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Clinical Psychology Programs

Indiana State University (PsyD)
Department of Psychology
Terre Haute, IN 47809
June 21, 1985
Next site visit scheduled 2016

IPA Campus Rep: Katherine Lindner

Katie Lindner is a second year doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology Psy.D. program at Indiana State University (ISU). She also serves as the Psychology Graduate Student Organization Secretary at ISU.
Contact by email .

Indiana University Bloomington (PhD)
Department of Psychological Brain Sciences
Bloomington, IN 47405
February 1, 1948
Next site visit scheduled 2016

Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (PhD)
Department of Psychology
Indianapolis, IN 46202-3275
December 6, 1996
Next site visit scheduled 2017

University of Indianapolis (PsyD)
School of Psychological Sciences
Indianapolis, IN 46227-3697
June 15, 2000

IPA Campus Rep: Emily Johnson

Emily Johnson is a 4th year doctoral student at the University of Indianapolis. She has a concentration in Child and Adolescent Psychology and is particularly interested in working with children with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Contact by email.

Purdue University (PhD)
Department of Psychological Sciences
West Lafayette, IN 47907
February 26, 1948
Next site visit scheduled 2013

Counseling Psychology Programs

Ball State University (PhD)
Department of Counseling Psychology and Guidance Services
Muncie, IN 47306
May 4, 1982
Next site visit scheduled 2013

IPA Campus Rep: April Krowel

April has an MA from Ball State and has begun her doctoral program. An army veteran herself, she has a passionate interest in matters concerning military members and their families.
Contact by email.

Indiana State University (PhD)
Department of Communications Disorders and Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology
Terre Haute, IN 47809
May 6, 1980
Accredited, inactive
*This program is no longer admitting students and is scheduled to be phased-out.

Indiana University Bloomington (PhD)
Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology
Bloomington, IN 47405-1006
June 23, 1988
Next site visit scheduled 2017

University of Notre Dame (PhD)
Department of Psychology
Notre Dame, IN 46556
March 1, 1972
Accredited, inactive
*This program is no longer admitting students and is scheduled to be phased-out.

Purdue University (PhD)
Department of Educational Studies
West Lafayette, IN 47907
October 4, 2002
Next site visit scheduled 2014

IPA Campus Rep: Laura Reid Marks

School Psychology Programs

Ball State University (PhD)
Department of Educational Psychology
Muncie, IN 47306
May 3, 1985
Next site visit scheduled 2011

Indiana State University (PhD)
Department of Communications Disorders and Counseling, School,
Educational Psychology
Terre Haute, IN 47809
June 20, 1980
Next site visit scheduled 2013

Indiana University Bloomington (PhD)
School of Education
Bloomington, IN 47405
April 20, 1983
Next site visit not yet scheduled

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Welcome to the Department of Economics of the University at Albany

Economics is the study of how society uses its resources – natural, human and man-made. Jobs, wages, the stock market, unemployment, inflation, income inequality. These and other economic issues affect us all on a daily basis at the individual, national and global levels. By studying Economics at UAlbany you will be better able to understand these issues, to address economic problems and to contribute to their resolution.

Our Department has a strong faculty engaged in a wide range of applied and theoretical research. In the 2016 rankings of Research Papers in Economics (RePEC), the most comprehensive archive of economic research in the world, our department placed in the top 10% of all U.S. economics institutions, including both academic and non-academic.

We train students to critically and objectively analyze issues related to the economy, business, public policy and society. Our graduates obtain positions throughout the world in academia, business, the non-profit sector and government. We offer two undergraduate programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees. At the graduate level we offer Master of Arts (M.A.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees. We also offer a combined B.S./M.A. program as well as a specialized Graduate Certificate in Economic Forecasting. Select from the tabs at left to learn more about our offerings.

Department News

The Department of Economics moved to Building 25

PhD Student Yimeng Yin wins Award for Best Public Finance Paper

Distinguished Professor Kajal Lahiri ranked among top 5% based on record of graduates

IMF conference on Forecasting Issues in Developing Economies held in honor of Distinguished Professor Kajal Lahiri’s 70th birthday

Economics students participate in the 2017 Undergraduate Research Conference

Associate Professor Gerald Marschke receives $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.

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With academic/professional tracks in Sports Broadcasting and Athletic Communications and Promotions. the Master of Arts in Sports Communication and Media is specifically designed from a humanities tradition to showcase multimedia production and capitalize on Sacred Heart University’s ideal geographic location in the heart of the US sports media industry. Students will receive intensive training in the art and craft of digital storytelling across multiple media platforms from traditional television to contemporary social media as they move through a program designed to produce responsible and participatory citizens with well-develop‌ed critical thinking skills. The graduates of the Master of Arts program in Sports Communication and Media will be prepared to find employment as content creators and professional communicators in the sports media industry.

‌The SCM program features:

  • Hands-on Curriculum that provides ample opportunity to produce real-world materials for publication or broadcast
  • Ideal Location in the center of the US sports media industry
  • Cutting Edge Facilities in the new Frank and Marisa Martire Business Communications Center
  • On-Campus Work Experiences for Division 1 sports teams and a Connecticut sports magazine show
  • Professional Portfolios for the Digital Age that demonstrate that SCM graduates are skilled 21 st century communicators
  • Alumni Connections and Professional Relationships that are established through frequent interaction with sports media professionals
  • Integrated Laptop Program which enables individual students to be independent producers
  • Moving through the program, Sports Communication and Media graduate students will become ethically aware content creators as well as become critical analysts of the intersection of media and culture and specifically the role of sports in society. Students will be taught by established media scholars and industry professionals as they move through a curriculum that will be grounded in traditional courses and complemented by intensive workshops offered by media practitioners during each semester. SCM graduate students will produce in-depth presentations, multimedia content, and written work in addition to leaving with practicum and internship experiences. Thus, students who move through the Sports Communication and Media graduate program will acquire the knowledge and technical skills to pursue careers in the digital world of athletic communications and sports broadcasting, as they develop a theoretical, aesthetic, and historical understanding of the professional communication field of sports media.