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International Journal of Business Science and Applied Management (IJBSAM) #academic #journal, #business #science, #applied


International Journal of
Business Science and Applied Management

Aiming to be the de facto business and management open access journal!

Authors are invited to submit theoretical and empirical papers in all categories of business such as e-business, general management, international business, strategy, marketing, supply chain management, organization studies, entrepreneurship, enterprise, innovation and human resource management. This list is not meant to be exhaustive, but rather an indication of the areas of concern of the journal.

We welcome paper submissions on the basis that the material has not been published elsewhere. We also aim to develop a journal that will appeal to both business and management practitioners. On that basis, papers that include practical applications to any business and management field are welcomed.

We endeavour to provide rapid and informative feedback to authors. Our objective is to obtain reviews from referees within 10 weeks of the initial paper submission. For the author guidelines and for submitting an article please click here. We are looking forward to receiving quality submissions for our forthcoming volumes. In 2014 we received about 250 papers out of which we only accepted about 4%, after a rigorous double blind review process. All papers are available for free as we are an open access journal.

Recently Published Papers

Simulation and assessment of agricultural biomass supply chain systems

Agricultural biomass supply chain consists of a number of interacted sequential operations affected by various variables, such as weather conditions, machinery systems, and biomass features. These facts make the process of biomass supply chain as a complex system that requires computational tools, e.g. simulation and mathematical models, for their.

Sustainable wine supply chain and entrepreneurship. The exploitation of by-products in a waste management process

The sustainability issue has been acknowledged as a universal contemporary challenge within an entirely new, unprecedented and irreversible global economic, social, cultural and physical contemporary environment. Critical role plays the interdisciplinary Supply Chain Management (SCM) and its advance to sustainable SCM and more recently to green SCM. The field of.

Innovative Agrifood Supply Chain Network:Leading to traditional, “back to the future” foods

The agrifood sector is faced with major challenges that arise from changes in the sector’s economic and non- economic environments, to changes in consumers’ lifestyles, from global increases in food consumption, to diminishing production base and now days from the not stable political and economic situation and the continuous global.

Conceptual design of a telecommunications equipment container for humanitarian logistics

Preparedness addresses the strategy in disaster management that allows the implementation of successful operational response immediately after a disaster. With speed as the main driver, product design for humanitarian aid purposes is a key factor of success in situations of high uncertainty and urgency. Within this context, a telecommunications container (.

Do freight transport time savings translate to benefit for transport consuming companies?

It is common practice in Benefit – Cost analysis to consider freight transport time savings (FTTS) as a benefit for both transport producing and consuming companies. While transportation projects and policies resulting in FTTS are expected to have a positive effect on carriers’ performance reducing time related transport costs and.

Editorial: Supply Chain Management

This special issue has followed up the 3rd Olympus International Conference on Supply Chains held on Athens Metropolitan Expo, November 7 ?>

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The chicago school of professional psychology online #illinois, #il, #chicago #state #university, #chicago, #university,


Tuesday November 7,2017.

Tuesday February 20,2018.

Fall 2017 Important Dates

Graduation Application (student)
GAPP Form (faculty/advisor)

Submission Deadline Friday September 9,2017

Application, Receipt, and GAPP Form must be received in ADM 200

Thesis/Dissertation Submission Deadline for Review by Office of Graduate Professional Studies

Submit Thesis/Dissertation and all Forms via ProQuest
Dissertations. October 1, 2017. Theses. October 28, 2017.
Last date to upload copy of thesis/dissertation that has been approved by committee and advisor and associated forms to ProQuest site for review.

Spring 2018 Important Dates

Graduation Application (student)

GAPP Form (faculty/advisor)

Submission Deadline Friday February 3, 2018.

Application, Receipt, and GAPP Form must be received in ADM 200

Thesis/Dissertation Submission Deadline for Review by Office of Graduate Professional Studies

Submit Thesis/Dissertation and all Forms via ProQuest

Dissertations. March 1, 2018. Theses. March 31, 2018.
Last date to upload copy of thesis/dissertation that has been approved by committee and advisor and associated forms to ProQuest site for review.

Summer 2018 Important Dates

Graduation Application (student)

GAPP Form (faculty/advisor)

Submission Deadline Thursday June 22, 2018.

Application, Receipt, and GAPP Form must be received in ADM 200

Thesis/Dissertation Submission Deadline for Review by Office of Graduate Professional Studies

Submit Thesis/Dissertation and all Forms via ProQuest

Dissertations. June 1, 2018. Theses. June 30, 2018.
Last date to upload copy of thesis/dissertation that has been approved by committee and advisor and associated forms to ProQuest site for review.

Thirty Four New Members were inducted in CSU’s Alpha Omega Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Lambda, the National Honor Society of Graduate and Professional Students at the Spring Honors Convocation on April 20. Students are eligible if they are leaders in graduate student organizations services and are in the upper 35% of the GPA distribution in their College. President and EdD student LaVonna Williams and Faculty Advisor Dr. Paula Carney inducted new members

Chicago State University School of Graduate Professional Studies holds accreditation from The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA) more

School Of Health Technology Management #stony #brook #university #alumni, #stony #brook #alumni, #stony #brook


Welcome School of Health Technology and Management Alums!

There is much to be proud of as a graduate of Stony Brook’s School of Health Technology and Management (SHTM). Alumni involvement is critical for the School to maintain its leadership role at Stony Brook and across the nation as an institution that prepares high quality professionals to meet the current demands and future challenges in health care. Your continued involvement and support help make great things possible.

The SHTM has undergone many changes over the past several years. We have expanded to a second campus at Southampton and, in recent years, have added programs in Applied Health Informatics, Heath Administration, and Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety to our school. SHTM currently employs more than 100 faculty, graduates more than 350 students annually and has generated more than 11, 500 alumni over our 45-year history.

For those of you who have not seen East Campus lately, you would be amazed by our hospital’s inviting and spectacular lobby, the newly erected Cancer Treatment Center, and the Medical and Research Translation (MART) Building and Hospital Pavilion that will house the new Stony Brook Children’s Hospital. Please come back and visit Stony Brook to see the remarkable changes that are occurring.

We hope that you will get back in touch with us and stay in touch via this website to learn more about the SHTM and our students, faculty and fellow alumni. One of our priorities for this year will be to improve our web presence, making it easier to share information with our community of students and graduates. All graduates of the University automatically become members of the Alumni Association of Stony Brook University and the SHTM Alumni Chapter. Below is a host of ways for you to get involved. Detailed information for many of these ideas can be found on the main alumni webpage just below this message.

  • Contact us to update us and your classmates by providing information for our Class Notes such as achievements, milestones or new contact information
  • Join us at one of our upcoming events
  • Consider a gift to support our School, programs and/or students

Craig Lehmann, PhD

Latest News

Alumni Receive Accolades, Share Advice at HTM Awards Presentation 11/7/16 P73 Gene Could be Key to Treating Chronic Lung Disease 6/9/16 Autism and Sign Language Experts Bring Consortium to Cambridge, Mass. 1/27/16 New Technology Means Fewer Surgeries For Kids With Scoliosis 12/9/15

Upcoming Events

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Outstanding Alumni Award Recipients

2016 School of Health Technology and Management Award Recipients

Six Stony Brook alumni were recognized for their professional accomplishments at the School of Health Technology and Management’s 23rd annual Outstanding Alumni Awards Presentation on Thursday, November 3, 2016. This year’s awardees include the CEO of Avalanche Care Inc. a New York State licensed home care services agency; the founder and director of Full Circle PT, PC, and the administrative director of the Department of Orthopedics Rehabilitation at New York-Presbyterian/Queens.

View the complete list of Outstanding Alumni Award recipients.

Give Back

There are a variety of options for you to support Stony Brook’s Alumni Funds:

SHTM Alumni Programming. To establish and develop programming for SHTM Alumni.

SHTM Dean’s Fund for Excellence. Provides essential discretionary financial support, giving the Dean the flexibility to respond to the School’s greatest needs and/or act quickly when opportunities arise.

Next Step at SBU. Funds will enable the design and capital funding for a 2500-square foot facility to be built adjacent the RRAMP Laboratory at SBU.

SHTM Student Support Fund. To benefit students by providing scholarships, grants and travel grants. To support research activities and to attend meetings at off campus locations. To benefit students of allied health professions.

Past Reunions

Human Resources – Payroll Services #human #resources, #payroll #services, #university #of #north #dakota, #und,


Human Resources

Welcome to the University of North Dakota Human Resources Home Page. Each member of the faculty and staff play an important role, directly or indirectly, in the education of students and the reputation of the University.

The Human Resources department is a strategic partner with the University’s leadership and its employees, supporting its mission with the design, development and delivery of innovative programs and services. Core services and competencies include recruitment and staffing, employee relations, employee development, compensation and benefits, HR information management and regulatory compliance.

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We appreciate any input or suggestions on how we can make this site more useable and informative.

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Overview – U of U College of Health #university #of #utah #online



The department offers both the Master of Science (MS) and Master of Arts (MA) degrees in speech-language pathology. The MS degree has no foreign-language competency requirements. Typically students choose the MS option. The graduate program in speech-language pathology is an intensive program, normally involving a minimum of 5 semesters (one year, nine months) of study and full-time clinical practicum training. A total of 55.5 credit hours are required, of which 38 are didactic and 17.5 are clinical experiences. For additional information, see the Graduate Information section of the University Catalog.

While either the MA or MS degree option will well prepare you for a career as a Speech-Language Pathologist, the two degree programs differ slightly. The MA has additional language requirements:

Candidates for the MA degree must be certified by the Department of Languages and Literature as having demonstrated standard proficiency in at least one foreign language. The Language Verification form for certification is available in the Department of Languages and Literature.

The entire application is due January 15th.

Thesis and Non-thesis Options

Non-thesis Option

  • The non-thesis option requires clinical experience as mandated by ASHA.
  • All courses listed in the Graduate Course Outline are required.
  • Students are required to take the national exam (Praxis Exam) in speech-language pathology.

Thesis Option

  • The thesis option requires research experience. Clinical experience is also required for certification by the ASHA.
  • Register for thesis credit (CSD 6970) in the semester in which the thesis is defended and one additional semester; register for a total of 6 credits over the course of your master’s program.
  • Work on thesis is encouraged prior to registration for credit.
  • Students may be allowed to audit two required courses (up to 6 credits) for the six thesis credits. The specific courses being substituted MUST be chosen in consultation with the student’s thesis committee. Please refer to the “SLP Course Sequence” document for more information.
  • Students are required to take the national exam (Praxis Exam) in speech-language pathology.

Clinic Practicum

  • University of Utah Health’s Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic is a full-time community clinic. The clinic operates from the first to last day of each semester, including finals week. The clinic is not closed during fall break and spring break and student clinicians are expected to see their clients during those times.
  • Clients are typically scheduled between 8:30 am to 5:30 pm on Mondays through Fridays.
  • Clinic schedules are determined by the Clinic Director, according to client needs.
  • Unavailability to meet with clients at necessary times may necessitate scheduling clinic in additional semesters and may delay one s externships and graduation.

Clinical Externships

  • Two externships are required (more may be completed if desired).
  • All students are required to complete one of their externships in a public or private school setting.
  • The second externship may be completed in a setting of student s choice based on clinical areas of interest and clinical training needs. Most students complete their second externship in an inpatient or outpatient medical facility.
  • Minimum requirements for each of the two required externships are:
    1. Ten weeks in duration
    2. At least 4 full days per week on site.
  • Specific externship sites may have additional time requirements.
  • Externships are completed during the second spring semester (fifth and final semester) of the graduate program.
  • Prior to beginning externships, students must complete a minimum of 150 clock hours in the department clinics and receive approval of Clinic Director.


  • ASHA certification in speech-language pathology or audiology requires specific graduate course work and clinical experiences. The Department of Communication Sciences Disorders is an accredited program and and we meet ASHA requirements for certification.
  • For specific state and national certification requirements, contact the department office.

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Online Graduate Program in Logistics Management #american #public #university #system, #american #military #university, #accredited


Logistics Management

Graduate Certificate

The graduate certificate in Logistics Management is a concentrated program designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary for individuals within any organization to excel in the dynamic field of logistics and supply chain management. This online certificate is intended for graduate students who wish to further their knowledge of logistics management without committing to a degree program.

Program Courses

The curriculum for this online graduate certificate is reviewed by an advisory council of industry experts for relevancy to today’s marketplace. Course topics include:

  • Strategic transportation and logistics planning
  • Financial controls and logistics performance measurement
  • National transportation management and economics
  • Physical distribution, materials, and supply chain management
  • International intermodal surface transportation
  • Port and terminal operations, transportation, and trends
  • Global logistics management

Program Objectives

In addition to the institutional and degree level learning objectives, graduates of this program are expected to achieve these learning outcomes:

  • Evaluate the importance of the maritime industry to the global economy.
  • Evaluate the role of the maritime industry as part of our national defense.
  • Measure the ways in which logistics processes contribute to meeting the financial goals of businesses.
  • Evaluate customer service requirements and their relationships to the goal of driving logistics.
  • Assess the role of logistics in optimizing supply chain management.

Degree at a Glance

  • Number of Credits 18
  • Max Transfer Credits 9
  • Tuition Per Credit $350 | $325 with military grant
  • Program Length 1 year full time
  • Program Format Online | Monthly course starts
  • Program Director Stacey Little
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Admission Requirements

  • All AMU graduate programs require you to have earned a minimum of a bachelor’s degree from an institution whose accreditation is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA)
  • If you have a non-U.S. transcript, please view our International Admissions page for more information.
  • There is no fee to complete the AMU admission application. View steps to apply.

Please be prepared to submit a legible copy of your valid government-issued photo ID (civilian students) or government issued JST or CCAF transcript (military students) upon request.

An AMU admissions representative will contact you with further details about how to submit the required documentation after you complete the enrollment application.

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Graduate Tuition Rates

Per credit hour: $350 | $325 with military grant*

*To help minimize out-of-pocket costs, AMU offers a tuition grant for U.S. active-duty servicemembers, Guard, Reserve, military spouses and dependents, and veterans. See all military-affiliated student benefits .

Paying for School

Because our university is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC ), (the same as the Ohio State University, Univ. of Chicago, and U.S. Air Force Academy, to name a few), we can accept the following forms of financial aid and payments:

Ways to Save

Transfer Credits

Accelerate your degree completion by taking full advantage of our transfer credit options. including credit for your previous college courses, military service schools, American Council on Education (ACE) and College Level Examination Program (CLEP) tests, and prior learning experiences.

Employer Contributions

AMU has educational partnerships with many employers and associations. Be sure to accurately enter your employer information when you complete our admissions application. Your employer might also offer a tuition reimbursement plan as one of your benefits.

Harvard University – s Harvard Business School #business #letterhead

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Harvard University s Harvard Business School

Application Deadlines
Round 1: September 7th, 2016
Round 2: January 4th, 2017
Round 3: April 3rd, 2017

When people think about the MBA degree, the very first school that springs to mind is Harvard Business School (HBS). HBS is synonymous with the degree and literally sets the pace for the industry. Everything it does instantly makes news both good and bad. And Harvard s new dean, Nitin Nohria, has immediately injected energy and enthusiasm in the school.

Since assuming leadership of HBS on July 1, 2010, Nohria has racked up accomplishments that would have taken some B-school deans a decade or more to achieve they include crafting and communicating a new agenda for the school known as the five i s for innovation, intellectual ambition, internationalization, inclusion, and integration; pushing through significant changes to the MBA program against concerns by some that he was moving too fast; and raising millions of dollars in donations, including a $50 million gift from India’s Tata Group and its philanthropic interests. All of these moves build on the formidable reputation and clout of the so-called “West Point of Capitalism,” a business school that, frankly, is a university unto itself, with 33 separate buildings on 40 acres of property along the Charles River.

Harvard’s case method curriculum is designed to prepare students for the challenges of leadership in the real world. Though case studies maintain their dominant role at Harvard, the school has introduced several major changes that mix up the traditional HBS formula for training leaders. MBA students now take turns leading a group engaged in specific, assigned projects. They are also sent to work for a week with one of more than 140 firms in 11 countries, ranging from a Brazilian soap maker to a Chinese real estate management company. Groups are also given eight weeks and seed money of $3,000 each to launch a small company. The most successful, as judged by a vote of their fellow students, receives additional funding.

These very ambitious changes especially for an MBA program the size and scope of Harvard s build on what has long been an engaging and proactive learning environment, where students develop the knowledge, skills, and confidence to face a variety of difficult decisions they’ll encounter throughout their careers.

Students spend their first two terms completing the required curriculum with a section of 90 students to which they are assigned. This group of students takes all first-year classes together and forms an intellectual and social circle. During the second year, students choose up to five courses per semester to build their elective curriculum of choice. The new curriculum changes this up a bit, adding shorter courses into the course catalog.

In the 2012-2013 admissions season, Harvard announced significant changes in the way it assesses MBA applicants. The school cut the number of required essay questions in half, from four to two and added a novel 24-hour test for applicants who make the first cut and get an interview with admissions. Those candidates have to write a 400-word essay on what they wish they d said but didn t during the interview and put it on their online application within 24 hours of the interview.

Ranking Analysis:

For the first time in five years since the debut of Poets Quants ranking, Harvard Business School slipped behind Stanford to rank second in 2014. The fall largely occurred after Businessweek s newly updated ranking based on major changes to its methodology put HBS in eighth place, down from second two years earlier.

Make no mistake: Harvard is one of the very best two or three premier MBA players. If a business school ranking fails to give Harvard its due, it s merely the result of quirky methodology and little else. There is no business school in the U.S. and even in the world that can genuinely lay claim to having a better MBA program than Harvard. With the largest endowment of any business school by far, the institution s resources are vast and so is the quality of the school s faculty, students, and alumni. And because Harvard has been at this for so many years, its MBAs are far ahead of any others in getting and occupying powerful and influential leadership positions in one industry after another. That s why HBS always leads rankings of B-schools with the most CEOs at the world s top corporations.

In fact, the biggest misconception that business school rankings propagate is that Harvard is just another school on the list and its rivals are close competitors. Harvard is in a class by itself.

If you re an applicant and are fortunate enough to be accepted by Harvard, there are legitimate reasons to turn the school down: you want a smaller, more intimate experience; you prefer a less competitive school; you want more of a mix of lectures, case studies, and experiential learning; you want to live and work in a completely different part of the country; or another school has nailed a specialty discipline that makes it a no-brainer. But you d be making a difficult call to say no to what is, without question, the best business school in the world.

B-School Smack Down Reports:

Top Feeder Colleges Companies to Harvard:

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Medical Doctor-Business Administration #medical #doctor-business #administration #md-mba, #md/mba, #medical #mba #program, #md #business #administration


Medical Doctor-Business Administration (MD/MBA)

Program Availability

If you are pursuing a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree at Creighton, you can pursue a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree also, through a unique dual degree program offered by the School of Medicine and the Heider College of Business.

This combined degree program pairs the traditional medical curriculum with the study of business. Most students complete their MBA during a sabbatical from medical school, between the M2 and M3 years. Completing this degree program can provide you with additional career opportunities as an administrator or executive in a healthcare-related field. As a physician in large and small practice, this program can help you perform business-related functions more effectively and with a deeper level of understanding.

One hallmark of the combined MD/MBA program is flexibility. As long as you take at least 15 credits during the sabbatical year between M2 and M3, you can complete the remaining 14 hours for the MBA degree in a number of ways. This flexibility will provide you with an opportunity to work at jobs or internships, conduct research or engage in other valuable activities to enhance your academic work with practical experience.


According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of physicians and surgeons is projected to grow 18% in the next 8 years – faster than the average for all occupations – as healthcare-related industries continue to expand.

Many physicians will work in private offices or clinics, often with administrative and healthcare personnel. A working knowledge of business principles and practices can enhance their overall effectiveness in a changing healthcare environment.

  • How to apply sound and ethical business principles to the delivery of healthcare services
  • Critical thinking skills
  • Communication skills
  • Decision-making skills

MBA Plan of Study
If you pursue the MD/MBA program, the Graduate Business Programs office will map out a program of study for you that reflects your academic and work background, business competencies and overall career goals.

Your plan of study will consist of courses from the functional core and/or from an extensive list of concentration courses. The choice of courses will depend upon whether your academic background was in business or in another area or discipline.

Functional Core
Unless you already have an extensive academic background or work experience in business, you will take 15 credits of functional core courses. Taking these classes and the core MBA courses will lead to general competency in most areas of business.

If you hold an undergraduate business degree or have extensive business experience, you may elect to take one or more of these courses with the approval of the associate dean for Graduate Business Programs or may elect to move directly to concentration courses.

  • MBA 701 Financial Reporting for MBAs
  • MBA 711 Managerial Finance
  • MBA 741 Economic Analysis for Managers
  • MBA 761 Marketing Management
  • BIA 731 Information Systems Management

Concentration. 8–23 credit hours

All MD/MBA students will complete the balance of their 29 hours from concentration courses available in all of the functional areas. These business courses cover advanced topics in all areas of business including:

  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Economics
  • Information technology
  • Marketing
  • Management

To ensure appropriate breadth and depth:

  • You must take 1 course in each of 3 of 5 functional areas (accounting, finance, economics, information technology and marketing);
  • You may take a maximum of 3 courses beyond MBA 771 in the management/leadership area; and
  • You may take a maximum of 4 courses in a given functional area.

Concentration Courses
Concentration courses are advanced courses in each functional area of business. These courses may be taken by students with undergraduate degrees in business or students who have completed the functional core courses and would like additional courses in an area. They include, but are not limited to:

  • MBA 702 Managerial Decision Making Using Quantitative and Qualitative Data
  • MBA 712 Advanced Managerial Finance
  • MBA 742 Seminar in Applied Managerial Economics
  • MBA 765 Marketing Information for Executives
  • BIA 736 Managing Information Resources
  • BIA 788 Business Information Analysis and Process Design

Focus Areas
Depending on the number of credit hours to be filled by concentration courses, you may wish to delve deeper into a business function by taking multiple concentration courses in a single area. For example, a student wishing to focus on the study of investments may take courses from our Master of Security Analysis and Portfolio Management curriculum and our finance curriculum such as:

MBA 715 Investment Value and Theory
MBA 719 Current Issues in Finance
MBA 719 Institutional Investing
MSA 722 Fixed Income and Derivatives I
MSA 730 Financial Statement Analysis I
MSA 732 Capital Markets
MSA 734 Equity Analysis

  • The student interested in information technology management could take courses from the Master of Science in Information Technology Management curriculum such as:
  • BIA 734 Human Factors in Information Systems
  • BIA 736 Managing Information Resources
  • BIA 782 Data Base Management Systems
  • BIA 788 Business Process Management
  • BIA 789 Advanced Topics in IT Management

Students with a strong interest in accounting may take advanced accounting courses such as:

  • MBA 717 Corporate Governance
  • MBA 717 Current Issues in Accounting
  • MBA 739 Tax Theory and Business Decisions

Students who wish to focus on the study of leadership may take advanced leadership electives such as:

  • MBA 779 Personal Leadership Development
  • MBA 779 Business Consulting
  • MBA 779 Managing for Innovation and Excellence
  • MBA 779 Leadership Through the Hollywood Lens

Students interested in bioscience entrepreneurship might consider taking:

  • MBA 579 Technology Commercialization
  • MBA 579 Bioscience Entrepreneurship

Students entering the MBA curriculum must provide evidence that they have completed IDC 135 (Ethical and Legal Topics in Clinical Medicine; 3 credits) and IDC 138 (Evidence Based Medicine; 1 credit). The traditional MBA application must be completed, including an application form, personal statement, 2 letters of recommendation and transcripts (copies from School of Medicine files are adequate). Prior admission to medical school and the MCAT score implied by that admission is accepted in lieu of a GMAT score submission for this program.

33 total credits; 4 transferred from IDC 135 and 138; 29 additional business credit hours

All MD/MBA students will complete 2 core courses (6 credits) that address business processes and skills. MBA 771 should be taken early in the student’s program of study; MBA 775 is a capstone business course and thus, should be taken near the end.

  • MBA 771 Leadership and Organizational Behavior
  • MBA 775 Business Policy and Managerial Action

Related Programs

Degree Programs – Greatwood University #online #degrees, #online #university, #online #universities, #accredited #online #university,


Degree Programs

A smarter way to be competitive in business environment

Degree Programs

Greatwood University offers the best online degree programs which are fully accredited and internationally recognized. Online degree programs at Greatwood University are comprehensively designed by industry experts and scholars to ensure students receive superior knowledge and valuable skills to be used in real world scenarios. We provide students with an excellent opportunity to become career ready by acquiring academic qualification in the relevant field and unleash your true potential. Online degree programs offer strategic direction and a new insight to focus on real world leadership and managerial positions.

  • Associate Degree
  • Bachelor’s Degree Program
  • Master’s Degree Program
  • Doctorate Degree Program

Associate Degree

Associate’s degree programs at Greatwood University equip students with skills and knowledge which facilitates lifelong learning and allows them to achieve managerial or leadership position in their respective field. We help you earn an online associate’s degree in a flexible and affordable way. This program is rigorous and professionally designed to fit around the demands of busy students and working adults.

Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility Criteria

A-Levels, GSE, High School Diploma or equivalent international education

  • Bachelor’s Degree

    Bachelor’s degree programs at Greatwood University is a perfect starting point to move up the career ladder by acquiring a solid academic credential in a respective field. It prepares students for the professional world challenges and opportunities. It helps students develop academic, systematic and intellectual thinking skills. The comprehensive curriculum equips students with industry responsive skills and advanced knowledge.

    Eligibility Criteria

    Eligibility Criteria

    A-Levels, GSE, High School Diploma or equivalent international education

  • Total Credit Hours

  • Department of Nursing – Miami University #miami #university #nursing #program


    In addition to a f our-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, the Department of Nursing offers an RN-BSN completion degree taught entirely online.

    In addition to a f our-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, the Department of Nursing offers an RN-BSN completion degree taught entirely online.

    In addition to a f our-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, the Department of Nursing offers an RN-BSN completion degree taught entirely online.

    In addition to a f our-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, the Department of Nursing offers an RN-BSN completion degree taught entirely online.

    In addition to a f our-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, the Department of Nursing offers an RN-BSN completion degree taught entirely online.

    In addition to a f our-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, the Department of Nursing offers an RN-BSN completion degree taught entirely online.

    STTI, Omicron Chi Chapter

    STTI, Omicron Chi Chapter

    Omicron Chi is the Miami University Chapter of Sigma Theta International (STTI), the Honor Society of Nursing.

    Go to the STTI Web site’s “About Us” page to learn about STTI, its mission and vision statements, strategic directions and lots more.

    Study Abroad and Electives

    Study Abroad and Electives

    Nursing elective courses provide students the opportunity to explore an area of interest. Courses cover a variety of topics including grief, end of life care, emotional health of children and adolescents, healthy aging, creative arts and aging, and informatics. These courses are taught in various formats: fully online, hybrid, and face-to-face. NSG 399, Global Health Perspectives and Challenges in Central America, also meets the Foundation III Global requirement and may be taken for 3 or 6 credits. Nursing students in both curricula are required to take one nursing elective course.

    Excellence in Clinical Agencies

    Excellence in Clinical Agencies

    A variety of accredited hospitals and clinical facilities provide quality care and excellent nursing role models. Miami University’s student nurses benefit from experience in several different healthcare systems including major medical centers in metropolitan areas and clinical facilities in suburban and rural locations. These clinical settings provide students with opportunities to interact with clients of different ages, cultures, and diverse health care needs.

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