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Management & Marketing|College of Business

Teaching and Research

In the Department of Management and Marketing, our focus is to give students the tools they need to guide any enterprise to success. We want you to be able to explore and understand the global world of business, as well as specialize in the discipline that interests you the most. We also strive to provide you with the abilities to enjoy lifelong learning success, to stay on the cutting edge of business, and to understand the world around you.

The department's teaching efforts are dedicated to our three majors and four minors. In addition we contribute to the College of Business MBA program. We also support coursework for all disciplines across the campus.

Faculty members in the Department of Management and Marketing have won over 40 teaching awards. This includes both college-wide awards and university awards for teaching excellence. Our faculty consists of professionally and academically qualified individuals. Academically qualified faculty members have a Ph.D. in the area in which they teach and do research. Our professionally qualified faculty members have earned an MBA, Ph.D., or other advanced certification or degree in business.

Our faculty's research efforts have produced over 120 refereed articles and textbooks in the last five years. In fact, our very own Dr. John Jackson wrote one of the nation's leading human resource management textbooks. Dr. Larry Weatherford has also written very popular texts in decision science. Articles by our faculty members have tackled such issues as ethical decision-making, brand identity and image, and work-related stress and violence. Our faculty's biographical sketches give a brief listing of their current research efforts.

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