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Graduate Bulletin 1999-2001

JOSEPH A. BUTT, S.J., COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

DEAN: J. Patrick O’Brien, Ph.D.
OFFICE: 301 Miller Hall
ASSOCIATE DEAN: Jerry W. Dauterive, Ph.D.
MBA DIRECTOR: Wing M. Fok, Ph.D.
MQM DIRECTOR: Caroline M. Fisher, Ph.D.
GRADUATE PROGRAM COORDINATOR: Pamela D. Van Epps, Ph.D.
PROFESSORS: Jesse T. Barfield, Rogene A. Buchholz, Joseph Ganitsky, Jerry M. Hood, J. Patrick O’Brien, Michael M. Pearson, Cecily Raiborn, A. Michael Sibley
ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS: James H. Baskett, Ronald C. Christner, Michael A. Dalton, Caroline M. Fisher, Wing M. Fok, Deborah L. Walker, J. Stuart Wood
ASSISTANT PROFESSORS: John W. Barnes, Brenda E. Joyner, Jing Li, Marina H. Onken, Elyssa B. Schultz

MISSION AND PURPOSE

In the Ignatian tradition and consistent with the goals of Loyola University New Orleans, the mission of the Joseph A. Butt, S.J., College of Business Administration is to prepare and graduate individuals with the capability and motivation to become effective and socially responsible business and community leaders who possess a love for, the critical intelligence to pursue, and the eloquence to articulate truth. The college’s primary emphasis is the provision of innovative and superior undergraduate management education. In addition, the college is committed to offer selected high quality graduate programs which are consistent with the mission of the university. The faculty of the college is committed to excellence in research and dedicated to service that enhances the quality of our undergraduate and graduate teaching.

The College of Business Administration is committed to provide undergraduate and graduate programs designed to prepare students for leadership roles in the dynamic, global environment of profit and not-for-profit organizations; a value-laden management education in the Ignatian tradition; emphasis on exceeding the expectations of its customers; and continuous improvement.

ACCREDITATION

The college was founded in 1947, and the baccalaureate program was accredited by AACSB-the International Association for Management Education in 1950.The graduate division of the college was established in 1961, accredited by the AACSB in 1974 and reaccredited in 1983 and 1996.


1999-2001 Graduate Bulletin

Posted online on October 19, 2001