Rowan University College of Business

Introduction

About the College ob Business

Rowan University's business programs are accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). To achieve this prestigious accreditation, the business program successfully demonstrated a wide range of quality standards relating to curriculum, faculty resources, admissions, degree requirements, facilities, financial resources, and intellectual climate.

Rowan's Business Program provides a general, well-rounded education in business administration and emphasizes development of set skills such as communication, computing and teamwork. Graduates receive the bachelor of science degree in business administration or accounting. Rowan offers the masters of business administration (MBA) though the graduate program.

The business programs have three key components: general education, business administration core curriculum and an in-depth specialization.

Mission Statement

The Rohrer College of Business of Rowan University empowers its students to compete and succeed responsibly in their careers.

  • The Rohrer College of Business Faculty make quality teaching, supported by relevant scholarship, their highest priority.
  • Rowan University's undergraduate business programs are grounded in liberal arts, focus on excellent business practices, and offer students opportunities for experienced-based learning.
  • Rowan University's graduate business programs provide contemporary graduate business education to professionals of diverse fields and academic backgrounds, and accentuate knowledge and skills required for career advancement.
  • In partnership with the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, the Rohrer College of Business promotes entrepreneurship throughout the University and in the regional community.

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Master

Master of Business Administration

Campus Full time September 2017 USA Glassboro

The MBA is the preferred professional degree for careers in business and industry, government agencies or non-profit institutions. [+]

The MBA is the preferred professional degree for careers in business and industry, government agencies or non-profit institutions. It combines the rigorous study of business disciplines with an experiential orientation and is especially suited for working professionals. Prospective students without the required undergraduate foundation courses may enroll as Pre MBA students while completing the necessary undergraduate foundation courses.Foundation Course Requirements (Subject to approval by program director) Pre-M.B.A. Requirements: Students must present evidence of having completed undergraduate college courses equivalent to the Rowan courses listed below:� Foundations of Accounting (Equivalent to Financial & ManagerialAccounting)� Principles of Economics: Global Perspectives (Equivalent toMacroeconomics and Microeconomics)� Calculus Techniques & Applications (or an equivalent)� Statistics I (or an equivalent)� Principles of Marketing� Operations Management� Principles of FinanceCourse Requirements for M.B.A. Program REQUIRED COURSES����.� 27 S.H. (all courses are 3 S.H. unless otherwise noted.) 0501.518 Integrative Managerial Skills 0503.500 Managerial Accounting0504.500 Managerial Finance0506.500 Organization Behavior and Theory0507.500 Managerial Decision Tools0506.502 International Business and Society0509.500 Marketing Management0702.500 Issues in Management Information Systems0501.521 Integrative M.B.A. Seminar BUSINESS ELECTIVES����� 9 S.H.Elective courses permit the M.B.A. student to tailor the program to special needs for career development. These elective courses can be focused in areas such as Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing or MIS. Optional specializations are offered in Accounting, Finance and Management. Students are also permitted to take related elective courses from other Rowan graduate programs, such as economics, engineering, public relations, and school administration. Electives outside the Rowan M.B.A. program must have the approval of the M.B.A. program director. Approved business elective courses include but may not be limited to:0501.600 Special Topics in Business Administration0503.502 Advanced Managerial Accounting0503.504 Seminar in Auditing0503.507 Government & Non Profit Accounting0503.510 Financial Statement Analysis 0504.512 Capital Budgeting 0504-516 Issues in Finance0506-501 Advanced Operations Management & Strategy0504.600 Investment/Portfolio Analysis 0506.503 Organization Development0506.601 Strategic Planning for Operating Managers0507.600 Business Forecasting0509.600 International Marketing0702.515 Electronic Commerce(Students may elect as many as three special topics courses.)TOTAL����������������� 36 S.H.SPECIALIZATIONSSpecializations are provided for students who desire a concentrated area of study related to their career or career objectives. The student must take three courses in the selected area of specialization:Management: Choose three 0506.### courses from the approved list of electives.Finance: Choose three 0504.### courses from the approved list of electives.Accounting: Choose three 0503.### courses from the approved list of electives.Special Topics electives may be used as one of the three courses in the specialization when offered in the area of that specialization. [-]