Comparative Economic Systems / ECON 243 International Financial Management / FINC 318 International Investments / FINC 419 International Management / MGMT 310 Principles of Exporting / MKTG 255 Global Sourcing / MKTG 357 International Marketing / MKTG 345 China Studies / IBUS 382 Independent International Business Seminar/Internship/ IBUS 377 International Business Internship / IBUS 376 Six credits outside the School of Business, planned with the student's advisor, from areas such as foreign languages, political science, geography, and history. *MARKETING MINOR (15 credits) Principles of Marketing / BCOR 241 Twelve additional credits in Marketing *PROCESS MANAGEMENT MINOR (21 credits) Principles of Management / BCOR 251 Application of Management Information / MGMT 320 Quantitative Business Analysis / MGMT 325 Project Management / MGMT 330 Quality Management / MGMT 350 Ethical & Social Responsibility / MGMT 360 Supply Chain Management / MGMT 410 RISK MANAGEMENT AND INSURANCE MINOR (18 credits) Introduction to Risk Management & Personal Lines Insurance / RISK 220 Commercial Property and Liability Insurance / RISK 321 Life & Health Insurance / RISK 325 Risk Management / RISK 415 Employee Benefits / RISK 420 Insurance Operations / RISK 425 *Indicates minors that may be of particular interest to students majoring in an area outside of Business.
ACCOUNTING PROGRAM RENEE LIU, Ph.D., Program Director FACULTY: Professor: James Miller. Assistant Professors: Jiangxia (Renee) Liu, Michael O'Neill. Within the framework of the objectives of Gannon University as evidenced by its Core of Discovery requirements, the accounting program is as much concerned with the personal development of the individual as a member of today's society as with his/her technical competence. The program places emphasis on the concept that the business decision making process is not just a mere application of accounting theory and techniques but rather is a blending of this technical ability with sound ethical principles. The faculty is student oriented. Faculty members are readily available and eager for student contact both within and outside the classroom. The faculty is interested in the students as individuals and is vitally concerned with their development. The aim of the program is to develop a sound basic understanding of accounting theory and practice, as well as the ethical principles necessary to prepare students for professional careers in public accounting, business, or government. The accounting program prides itself on bringing practical knowledge into the classroom based on personal professional experience. Applicants to the