Management Program Overview

Management courses provide students with a knowledge of the administrative concepts necessary for a career in the modern Business world. Courses in this area teach the elements of the managerial process of Business organizations and the behavior of the people within them.

In addition to required courses in Business, Accounting, and Economics, the student has the opportunity to freely choose courses in the social sciences, physical sciences, and humanities.

Aims

Management courses provide students with knowledge of the administrative concepts necessary for a career in the modern business world. Courses in this area teach the elements of the managerial process of business organizations and the behavior of the people within them. International Business Management In addition to required courses in business, accounting, and economics, the student has the opportunity to freely choose courses in the social sciences, physical sciences, and humanities.

Assessment Learning Goals

The faculty of the Department of Business shall achieve all department goals in a manner that will promote the teachings of the Catholic Church and comports with the University mission:

  • To provide an understanding of the influence and impact of government policy changes to economic variables and the interpretation of economic indicators.
  • To provide an understanding of basic accounting principles that will enable students to interpret basic financial statements.
  • To develop critical thinking skills that will enable students to contribute to organizational success.

Specific program goals (All will include the general department goals): The student should:

  • Understand the fundamental terms, concepts, and theories related to management science.
  • Have the ability to analyze operational, strategic and human resource issues impacting an organization.
  • He able to understand the legal and ethical considerations of the relationship between the business entity and the environment to which it functions.
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Beyond the Classroom
Christian Students in Free Enterprise

The student business club aims at developing the Christian life in the world of business. The organization will carry out its mission—the promotion of the free enterprise system alongside Christian moral principles—through Project Bootstraps and other collaborations designed to help local businesses succeed, and with fundraising effort the AIM Pregnancy Center, the Urban Mission, and Just $1 for Africa Campaign.

Business Advisory Board

The Business Advisory Board helps Franciscan University better provide students with the professional competence they need to succeed in the contemporary business world, bringing with them fresh ideas illuminated by Catholic social thought and the Franciscan value of transformational leadership.

Accreditation
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The Department of Accounting, Business Administration and Economics at Franciscan University of Steubenville has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA. For a list of accredited programs click here. 

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Ethically Formed. Prepared to Serve. Trained to Lead.
Department Faculty
Dr. Gilligan

Dr. Carrie Gilligan

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Kelly

Dr. Thomas Kelly

Associate Professor
Department Chair

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Professor Albert Macre

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Cory Maloney

Dr. Cory Maloney

Associate Professor
Dean

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Professor Jeffrey Rankin

Professor Jeffrey Rankin

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Scarpone

Prof. Brian J. Scarpone

Brian J. Scarpone is an instructor of Business at Franciscan University of Steubenville.

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Dr. Michael Welker

Dr. Michael Welker

Professor

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Professor Thomas Wilson

Professor Thomas Wilson

Associate Professor

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Dr. Zoric

Professor Joseph Zoric

Associate Professor
Program Chair
Director

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