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How the College Impacts the Dayton Region To be a premier business college that is a catalyst for progress, innovation and positive change in the business world. Vision Mission The Raj Soin College of Business provides leadership and innovation to:

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How the College Impacts

the Dayton Region

To be a premier business college that is a catalyst for progress, innovation and positive change in the business world.Vision


The Raj Soin College of Business provides leadership and innovation to:

  • Develop successful and ethical leaders capable of making valued contributions to businesses in the Greater Dayton area and around the globe
  • Advance knowledge and business practices through faculty and student research
  • Partner with individuals, businesses, government and other organizations to enhance professional, entrepreneurial and socio-economic progress
  • Attract, develop and retain the best faculty


We are committed to:

  • Student achievement
  • Ethical decision making
  • The enhancement of diversity
  • Teamwork and respect
  • The broad perspective of the liberal arts
  • A curriculum that meets the changing demands of the business community
  • Development of student communications skills, information technology skills and analytical skills


  • 67 Full-Time Faculty
  • 85% Have Doctoral Degrees (Ph.D.)


  • 1200 Undergraduate Students
  • 560 Graduate Students

Operating Philosophy

  • Large college but operates as a small college
  • Personal skills are just as important as academic knowledge

Student Learning Philosophy

  • Student learns from teacher (graduate students do not teach)
  • Teacher learns from students
  • Students learn from each other
  • Students learn from business community

B.S. in Business DegreeTen Majors

  • Accountancy
  • Business Economics
  • Finance
  • Financial Services
  • Human Resource Management
  • International Business
  • Management
  • Management Information Systems
  • Marketing
  • Supply Chain Management

Five Masters Degrees

  • Accountancy
  • Information Systems
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Economics
  • MBA
    • Weekend and evening options
    • Weekend locations:
      • Dayton - Main Campus
      • Celina - Lake Campus
      • Miamisburg – Mound Advanced Technology Center
      • Mason – Sinclair Community College Courseview Campus


An Indicator of Quality

AACSB International

  • All RSCOB business and accounting degree programs are accredited
  •  1,800 business schools in the U.S.
    • Less than 1 of 4 are AACSB accredited
  •  12,000 business schools worldwide
    • Less than 5% are AACSB accredited
  • 35% of accredited business schools in U.S. have accredited accountancy programs
  • 9% of all U.S. business schools have accredited accountancy programs


An Indicator of Quality

  • ABET Accreditation
  • First business college in Ohio to have an ABET accredited business information systems program

Impact on Regional Economy

  • 17,000 business alumni
  • 60% stay in the region

Examples of Recent Impacts

  • Study of the regional nursing market for Premier Health Partners
  • Economic impact study and marketing plan for recent Air Force Marathon
  • Approximately 80% of accountancy alumni stay in the Greater Dayton Area to work

Examples of Recent Impacts

  • Student interns work in area businesses
    • Businesses receive high quality work from students without having to endure the costs of benefits associated with full time employee.
    • Value is added to student and business firm.
    • Approximately 70% of best full-time business jobs go to interns

Examples of Recent Impacts

  • Center of Innovation Management (CIM)
  • Provides business research and consulting
    • Helps commercialize new technologies
    • Helps create Dayton Region jobs
    • CIM cooperates with
      • The Wright Brothers Institute
      • The National Composite Center - Dayton, Ohio
      • The Miamisburg Mound Advanced Technology Center
      • The Dayton Development Coalition

Examples of Recent Impacts

  • Institute of Defense Studies and Education (IDSE)
    • Builds and delivers education that supports DOD transformation principles
      • Executive certificate in Integrated Supply Chain Management
          • One week program that has graduated 60 students
          • One half from Wright Patterson Air Force Base and the other half from various Air Force Bases around the nation
          • Other planned programs include:
            • Cyber Security for National Defense
            • Psychology of Terrorism

Examples of Recent Impacts

  • Center of Excellence in Supply Chain
    • Provides expertise to local economic development officials and businesses
    • Cooperated with Montgomery County staff
      • Payless Shoe Source
      • Caterpillar
      • Continues to explore partnership opportunities in education and research

Examples of Recent Impacts

  • Information Systems Students
        • Work with local small businesses
          • Website development
          • Databases

Examples of Recent Impacts

  • RFID Center
  • Capability to assist local businesses with
  • Identifying and integrating RFID technologies for business needs
  • Program management skills to define benefits and costs of using RFID and implementing complete solutions
  • Applied research in developing new RFID-based solutions to current and potential business problems
  • Examples of current applications
    • Supply chain management and inventory control
    • Security and access control
    • Real time locating services

Examples of Recent Impacts

  • MBA Chinese Program
        • Operated for past six years
          • Graduated over 370 Chinese Executives
            • 7 Cohorts in Dayton
            • 1 Cohort in Beijing
            • 1 Cohort in Shanghai
          • Worked with Dayton businesses in exports and imports

Examples of Recent Impacts

  • Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
        • Region 4 lead center
          • Operations in Piqua, Springfield and TEC Dayton
          • Individually counsels and conducts training classes for aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners on:
            • How to start a business
            • Business and marketing plan development
            • Budget assessments and loan packages
            • Website development and internet marketing
            • 2009 training classes
              • 40 events
              • 393 attendees
              • 947 total hours

Examples of Recent Impacts

  • SBDC impact in Dayton area over past two years:
      • 30 new business started
      • 105 new jobs created and 946 jobs retained
      • Over $4M capital obtained – Loans, grants, etc.
      • $14,150,000 in increased sales

Examples of Recent Impacts

  • Community Service
        • Ohio Civil Rights Commission
          • Junior Leadership Dayton
          • Dayton Early College Academy (DECA), Young Business Scholars
          • Boys and Girls Club of Dayton
          • Primary Sponsor Dayton Business Journal’s “Forty under Forty” Awards Banquet
          • Key sponsor of Dayton Business Journal’sBusiness of the Year
          • Soin Trading Center