Dauch College of Business and Economics, Ashland:
The Dauch College of Business and Economics, at Ashland University is located in Ashland, Ohio. Our Business school has the qualified professors and resources to give you a well-rounded college experience and the business competencies you will need to succeed in your career or in graduate school. We offer graduate and undergraduate degrees in business administration. Our MBA program is one of the largest in the state. We offer Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees with eight majors and ten minors to meet the needs and interests of a wide range of students including those who want to pursue liberal arts or education as their primary area of interest.
Master of Business Administration - MBA
The MBA program at Ashland University is designed to provide mid-level professionals with a top-management perspective on organizational effectiveness by equipping them with the conceptual frameworks necessary to operate a business or business segment. It also helps them develop their ability to lead people and manage resources to achieve organizational effectiveness by developing key managerial competencies. Finally, it guides students toward a more fruitful ways of integrating their individual efforts with those of their colleagues by employing a team-based, integrated, cross-disciplinary approach to understanding organizational management.
We offer business administration majors in accounting, business management, finance, hospitality management, management information systems and marketing. Minors are available in accounting, business management, management information systems, finance, hotel and restaurant management, international business, and marketing.
Accounting majors are in high demand in public accounting firms as well as in the internal accounting departments of businesses and government agencies. Accounting is also an excellent background for those who wish to assume leadership and executive positions. Students may also choose to broaden their career options by becoming certified public accountants. All of our accounting courses meet the requirements for CPA certification. In addition to a focus on specialized knowledge, managerial thinking skills, and communication skills, our accounting program highlights the following competencies that are very relevant to success in the accounting field: setting and achieving high ethical and professional standards; teamwork; and proactivity.
The business administration program at Ashland prepares students for some of today's most promising careers. We offer business administration majors in accounting, business management, finance, hospitality management, management information systems and marketing. Minors are available in accounting, business management, management information systems, finance, hotel and restaurant management, international business, and marketing.
As a business management major, you can acquire the knowledge you need to be successful as a business manager or entrepreneur. You will develop the managerial skills to form effective teams, lead people, manage resources, and understand the conceptual frameworks required to operate a business. Graduates of our business management program are well-prepared to pursue graduate programs or management careers in a wide variety of business and non-business enterprises. As you progress through the program, you will develop a personal portfolio that lists your accomplishments and shows examples of your work. This helps to prepare you for the interview process and allows prospective employers to learn more about your potential. Course work includes contemporary issues as they relate to designing and managing effective organizations in the 21st century. Our focus on hands-on learning helps to illustrate the challenges of managing an organization in today's business climate as you study human resource management, organizational behavior, organizational design, operations management, corporate policy, and strategic planning. With the use of the latest technology, we will teach you how to systematically solve business problems using multiple managerial tools.
The Economics Program at Ashland offers several majors: a BA, with a major in economics; a BS in business administration, with a major in economics; a BS in education, with a major in elementary education and a concentration in economics and business (grades K-8); and a BS in education, with a major in comprehensive social studies (grades 7-12). Our program also has the depth to prepare you for graduate study if that is your interest. Our affiliations with other schools make it possible for you to take classes in other parts of the world-at The London School of Economics in England, for example.
Finance students obtain knowledge in corporate finance, financial strategies, security analysis, investment portfolio management, money and banking, insurance, and global finance. They also have the unique opportunity to manage a portion of Ashland's endowment fund-- actually making decisions about buying and selling of equity, fixed income, and other securities. They may also choose a curriculum to prepare to take the NASD Series Seven examination and become a licensed securities broker immediately upon graduation.
The Hospitality Management program is accredited by Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration. Ashland's Hospitality Management program has a well-deserved reputation for excellence, concentrating on the management aspects of the industry. The major begins with the business administration core and adds courses in hospitality accounting, hospitality marketing, institutional employment, hospitality law, and food production. Depending on their area of interest, students can focus their studies in the areas of hotel, restaurant, or management.
This major combines a solid core of business courses with classes in international business/culture, international marketing, global finance, global management, international economics, and foreign languages. As a graduate of this program, you may actually work for a foreign corporation or serve as an international business specialist for an American company.
Management Information Systems
Management information systems combines the fields of computers and information technology with a business degree to prepare students for careers in systems analysis, systems design, or information systems. Our program focuses on managing technology and change, a very real challenge for those who will work with the computing and information systems of the future.
Organizations increasingly rely on marketing professionals to guide all aspects of business, from product conception to promotion to distribution. The marketing courses at Ashland provide the knowledge to succeed in many areas such as advertising, market research, brand management, new product planning, sales, and international marketing, to name just a few. Our students take professional internships and participate in organizations such as the student chapter of the American Marketing Association and Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) to gain different perspectives and experience.
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