Purpose Statement

The mission of the School of Business at the University of Saint Francis is to provide a diverse student body with a value-driven educational experience that is rooted in the fundamental principles of ethical behavior and social responsibility. Through the enrichment of students' personal and spiritual growth, we strive to prepare each student to successfully function in his or her role as a business professional in a dynamic business environment.

Program Overview

The School of Business offers a variety of business programs at the associate, bachelor and master degree levels. The curriculum prepares students to meet effectively the challenges of the business world.

The undergraduate curriculum is based on a selection of core business courses augmented by groups of courses which comprise areas of concentration. This curriculum provides students a solid foundation for their studies while simultaneously allowing each student to individualize his or her program of study by choosing the area of concentration best suited to his or her own academic strengths and career aspirations. The program emphasizes personal development, provides a well-rounded educational experience, and complements the professional and technical skills learned within the major.

This school also offers:

Executive courses

University of Saint Francis School of Business

The MBA program allows the student to gain a sound base of knowledge about various functional areas to enhance their understanding of complex business issues. ... [+]

Program Outline (30-44 Credit Hours) Foundation Core/Executive Skills: 0-20 credit hoursACCT 515 Managerial Accounting - 3-4 cr. BUS 507 Survey of Business and Global Economy - 3 cr. BUS 541 Executive Skills 1 - 1-3 cr.BUS 542 Executive Skills 2 - 1-3 cr.BUS 565 Managerial Economics - 3 cr.BUS 575 Quantitative Methods for Decision Support - 2-4 cr.Depending upon previous academic and other educational experience, some or all of the above courses may be waived.Business Core: 15 credit hoursBUS 551 Financial Management - 3 cr.BUS 633 Organizational Behavior - 3 cr.BUS 639 Operations Management - 3 cr.BUS 675 External Business Environment - 3 cr.BUS 680 Marketing Management - 3 cr.Directed Electives: 15 credit hoursIf the student is required to take work in the Foundation Core, then no more than six (6) hours of such work may count in the Directed Electives area. If the student is not required to take any work in the Foundation Core, then 15 hours of electives are required.Admission Requirements To be admitted to the MS in Business Administration program, the prospective student must:Possess a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution.Have on file in the Office of Admissions an application for admission and an official transcript indicating the awarding of a bachelor's degree.... [-]

USA Fort Wayne
September 2020
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