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This Presentation: http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~dhjones


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The MBA Program


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Learning Environment

  • Student takes responsibility for learning

  • In-depth learning encouraged

  • Courses concentrated and intense

  • Courses build sequentially

  • Grades less important than in undergraduate school


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Curriculum Requirements

  • Proficiency Requirements

  • Core Program

  • Team Consulting

  • Elective Courses


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Core Requirements

  • Basic Tools

  • Functional Analysis

  • The Corporate Environment

  • Integrative Course Requirements


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Basic Tools

  • Business Communications (2)

  • Data Models (3)

  • Managerial Accounting (3)

  • Managerial Economics (3)

  • Organization Behavior (3)

  • MIS Breadth Course (3)

George Biddell Airy 1801- 1892


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Functional Analysis

  • Supply Chain Logistics (3)

  • Marketing Management (3)

  • Financial Management (3)

John Maynard Keynes


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The Corporate Environment

  • Aggregate Economic Analysis (3)

  • Legal Environment (2)

  • International Business Environment (2)

  • Business Policy and Strategy (3)


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Integrative Course Requirements

  • Team Consulting I & II (5)


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Interfunctional Team Consulting

  • Requirement after completion of Core -- Requires two consecutive semesters

  • Consult with Major Institution

  • 4-6 Students on Consulting Engagement

  • Faculty Mentoring


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Proficiency Requirements

  • Calculus and Statistics

  • A grade of B or better in an undergraduate course in the subject area


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Making up a Deficiency

  • Calculus and/or Statistics

  • Courses must be completed during the first semester(s) (2 credits each)


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Elective Courses

  • Choose any 21 credits of electives

  • Choose 12 credits for a concentration and take the remaining courses as electives

  • Take two concentrations of 12 credits each


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GSM Study-Abroad ESC LILLE

  • Two weeks in duration

  • 3 credits

  • Under $3,000


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Lille, France

  • Run by the ESC

  • Focuses on changing business conditions within the Eurozone

  • It includes short trips (day trips) to Brugge, Belgium.


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The Popular Concentrations

  • Finance

  • Marketing

  • Computers and Information Systems

  • Human Resources Management

  • Management of Innovation and Technology

  • Strategic Management Consulting


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New Concentrations

  • Pharmaceutical Management

  • Supply Chain Management

  • E commerce

  • Business and the Arts


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International Business

Entrepreneurial Management

Operations management

Management Accounting

Economics

Applied Statistics

More Concentrations


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MBA Advanced Standing

  • Rutgers will recognize up to 18 credits from a variety of sources

  • Graduate/undergraduate course work completed with a B or better and/or qualifying examination in business core areas of study.

  • A student may receive two (2) credits for every three (3) credits of undergraduate course

  • Qualifying examinations for core courses


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MBA Advanced Standing

  • Two (2) credits for a three (3) credit elective undergraduate comparable to a GSM core course

  • CPA receives three credits for the core course in accounting

  • Ph.D. receives 12 credits of elective course work.

  • Organizations giving equivalent accreditation may be found at the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (http://www.chea.org).


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Principal Contacts

  • Student Services – Dean Pat Rotonda, [email protected]

    • Course Counseling

    • Drop/Add

    • Study Abroad Programs

  • Career Services – Ms. Melinda [email protected]

    • Resume Review

    • Mock Interviews

    • Recruiters/Internships


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Other Principal Contacts

  • Other Information – Dr. Robert Rothberg, MBA Director, [email protected]

    • Exceptions to policy on referral from student services

  • Department Chair Persons

    • Challenge examinations, requirements for concentration


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RBS List Servers

  • Send email to [email protected]

  • In body of message put

  • SUBSCRIBE MBA_NKPT (for Newark students)

  • SUBSCRIBE MBA_NBPT (for New Brunswick students)

  • Join the list


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Informational Websites

  • This Presentation: http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~dhjones

  • Rutgers Course Catalogue on Blackboard: http://fom.rutgers.edu

  • Rutgers Complete Course Descriptions:http://business.rutgers.edu


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