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Degree Title: Newsweek MBA/International Health Care
College: Kaplan University
Description: Kaplan University's educational alliance with Newsweek magazine offers you an exclusive opportunity to access resources and content from one of America's most prestigious publications with the new Newsweek MBA program. This unique online program is designed to prepare you for success in today's competitive international business environment. You'll discover business solutions on a global scale and learn to critically assess theories, knowledge, practices, and trends in foreign markets. You may also participate in interactive sessions with Newsweek magazine luminaries from the fields of economics, finance, health care, technology, politics, or education. We offer a choice of specializations in international business or international health care management. Prospective students should possess an academic background in economics, statistics, accounting, or finance.
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MBA with a Healthcare Concentration
The MBA Health Care program is, depending on the student’s educational background, a 36 to 54 hour program. It is a program which offers a solid, cross-disciplinary exposure to all of the key areas of management in the advanced course work while offering the flexibility required by working professionals. The specifics are below:



The Foundation Core (up to 18 hours)



BUS 500 Statistical and Quantitative Analysis
BUS 501 Economic Analysis

BUS 502 Marketing Management

BUS 503 Corporate Finance

BUS 505 Operations Management

BUS 506 Principles of Accounting



The Foundation Core consists of the basic courses in all areas of business for those students who did not have this exposure in their undergraduate programs. When reviewing an application for admission, we use the undergraduate transcript to look for equivalents to these courses. The equivalent courses should have been completed within the last five years. This may be extended for students who have significant work experience in the foundation area. The courses for which we find acceptable equivalents are waived from the student's program. The remaining Foundation Core courses, if any, are added to the student's 36-hour program as part of the degree plan.



M.B.A. Program Requirements -- 36 Hours



Integration Seminars (9 hours)


BUS 510 Competing in the Global Economy

BUS 512 Leadership and Higher Level Management

BUS 513 Social Responsibility in Organizations



The Advanced Core (18 hours)



BUS 516 Management Information Systems

BUS 520 Applied Marketing Strategies

BUS 530 Applied Financial Analysis

BUS 540 Cross Cultural Management

BUS 560 Managerial Accounting
BUS 580 Strategic Issues and Applications in Management (capstone course)

Foundation Core: up to 18 hours (BUS 500, 501, 502, 503, 505, 506)
Integration Seminars: 9 hours (BUS 510-513)
Advanced Core: 18 hours (BUS 515-580)
Concentration: 9 hours from the health care courses listed below:
Introduction to Health Care Management

Understanding of the American Health Care system and the linkage of organizations in health care delivery systems. Explore the evolution of health care policy and economics of alternative health care delivery systems.



Health Care Finance

Explore basic foundation and emerging trends in the financial management of health care systems.



Health Care Information Systems

Explores the design of health care information systems for integrating medical records, billing and other administrative systems.



Health Care Marketing

Explores marketing management issues in the context of health care delivery systems.



Ethical Issues in Health Care

Explores ethical issues arising in health care systems including both patient care issues and health care research.

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When you study business at the University of Portland, you will be immersed in cutting-edge business practices. The curriculum focuses on leadership, entrepreneurship, and cross-disciplinary training. You will receive a strong liberal arts foundation while you study economics, global affairs, accounting, marketing, management, and finance.

The University offers small classes with an accessible faculty dedicated to your individual needs. Business majors may choose to travel internationally, participate in internships, and consult with local businesses. Many of our students practice their skills in the business world long before they graduate.

But what makes us stand-out is the moral and ethical context in which that education is provided. A context designed to give you that competitive edge as you enter the job market.

Features:

An AACSB Accredited Program
Exceptional faculty with terminal degrees
Personal career advising with faculty members
Small class size, averaging 25 students per class
An opportunity to study abroad
A balance between entrepreneurial, small business and large corporate models
Majors in accounting, finance, global business, and marketing/ management
Scholarship opportunities
State-of-the art classrooms
To learn about tuition and fees, look at the Financial Aid website.



E-Scholars Program
This competitive program is open to all University of Portland students and consists of:

Hrs.
3 BUS 480 — Creating a World-Class Venture
3 BUS 481 — Entrepreneur Apprenticeship
3 BUS 482 — Global Entrepreneurship

The program matches each student with an entrepreneurial mentor and provides the opportunity for domestic and international travel to meet with business leaders and practice global business. Business students who are selected for this program can participate in their junior or senior year after they have completed their math and lower division business core requirements. For business students, with the exception of accounting and global business, three credits of this nine-credit program count toward their major.

Please explore the Center for Entrepreneurship website to learn more.


Develop the cross-functional and problem-solving skills necessary to be a leader in today’s global business environment with an MBA from the University of Portland’s Dr. Robert B. Pamplin, Jr. School of Business Administration. Whether you want to own your own business, lead a dynamic corporation, or simply excel as a manager, a graduate degree from the University of Portland will distinguish you in the business world as highly prepared, creative, and an ethical decision-maker—an unparalleled package of skills.

To download the application and learn about tuition and fees, look at the Graduate School website.

Click here for more information on the current MBA Class Profile.

Features:

Evening courses to accommodate the working professional and enable full-time students to participate in internships
Option of full-time or part-time enrollment
Ability to complete the MBA degree in 1-5 years
Curriculum that students can tailor to fit their career goals
Jesuit Education in Business Network (JEBNET); a network of 30 universities nation-wide which provides students the ability to transfer credits and complete their MBA at another university
Rolling admissions; students may start in any semester (fall, spring, summer)
Admission Requirements:

Undergraduate GPA of at least 3.00 (on a four-point scale)
GMAT score of at least 500
Admission Index of at least 1100
Formula: [(GPA x 200) + GMAT]
International students: TOEFL score of at least 570 (230 on the CAT TOEFL)
Though not required, it is strongly recommended that students have professional experience as well.


General Education Component
The general education component of the program is driven by the philosophy articulated in the University’s Common Curriculum Document. In this document, three interrelated educational goals are established:

discovering and acquiring knowledge of the world and the place of the individual in it;
identifying and developing personal and social values and goals; and
developing and refining skills, abilities, and ways of knowing.
Students are required to take the following courses to meet these goals.

Core and College Requirements — 39 hours

Hrs.


3
ENG 112 -- Introduction to Literature

3
FA 207 -- Fine Arts

3
MTH 121 -- Calculus for Business and Social Science

6
Science Electives

3
History (Any 200- or 300-level course)

6
Social science (Courses chosen from two different disciplines: POL 200, Introduction to United States Politics; POL 201, Introduction to International Relations; POL 202, Introduction to Comparative Politics; PSY 101, General Psychology; SOC 101, Introductory Sociology; CST 225, Fundamentals of Interpersonal Communication)

6
Philosophy (Phl 150, Introductory Philosophy; PHL 220, Ethics)

9
Theology (The 101, Introduction to World Religion and Theology; THE 205, Biblical Tradition and Culture; upper-division theology elective)












Common Business Curriculum
In conjunction with the general education requirements, a common business curriculum, which is taken by all business students regardless of major, is composed of 57 hours across four modules. The non-business module (12 hours) is composed of courses outside of the School of Business. These courses expand the breadth of the bachelors of business administration degree, and assist in developing essential, broad-based skills.

The tools module (24 hours) provides students with a basic foundation in economics, statistics, accounting, management information systems, and business law and social responsibility, as well as an introduction to the leadership skills that are the building blocks for all business courses.

The entrepreneurial ventures module (9 hours) introduces students to basic principles of marketing, and finance, and extends the treatment of economics, through a focus on new ventures and family businesses.

The growing the business module (12 hours) emphasizes the interpersonal and decision making skills necessary for coodinating operations, expansions and long term business sucess.

Non-Business Module -- 12 hours

Hrs.


3
CST 107 -- Effective Public Speaking I

3
ENG 107 -- College Writing

3
MTH 141 -- Finite Mathematics

3
Upper devision elective (300-level, 3 credit course above taken from any department may be used to help fulfill minor of choice)


Tools Module -- 24 hours

Hrs.


3
BUS 100 -- Introduction to Leadership Skills

3
ECN 120 -- Principles of Macroeconomics

3
ECN 121 -- Principles of Microeconomics

3
ECN 220 -- Statistics for Business

3
BUS 209 --Financial Accounting

3
BUS 210 -- Managerial Accounting

3
BUS 250 -- Legal and Social Responsibilities in Business

3 BUS 255 - Management Information Systems

Entrepreneurial Ventures Module -- 9 hours

Hrs.


3
BUS 200 -- Entrepreneurial Marketing

3
BUS 201 -- Business Environment of Entrepreneurship

3
BUS 305 -- Business Finance


Growing the Business Module -- 12 hours

Hrs.


3
BUS 355 -- Decision Modeling

3
BUS 360 -- Organizational Behavior

3
BUS 361-- Technology & Operations Management

3
BUS 400 -- Management Decisions & Policy












Major Programs
There are four majors within the Pamplin School of Business Administration: accounting, finance, global business, and marketing and management. All majors (except accounting) have the same basic structure: a set of courses that are unique to each area, and two to four elective courses that must include at least one international business course (if one is not required). Prior to entering upper-division business courses, students must complete the math sequence (MTH 121, MTH 141) and business statistics (ECN 220) and earn a minimum of C- in all three courses. Students must enroll in a math course every semester until their sequence is completed. Additionally, they must complete BUS 100, BUS 200, BUS 201, BUS 209, BUS 210, BUS 255, ECN 120 and ECN 121 with a G.P.A. of at least 2.0 before declaring their major and taking upper-division business courses. Details on each major are located at the links to the right.


Minor Programs

The Pamplin School of Business Administration offers three minor programs: business, economics, and entrepreneurship. Academic regulations governing courses applied to major programs also apply to minors. Transfer credits applied to a minor may not exceed 25% of the total number of hours required for the minor. Students must achieve a minimum average of 2.50 in their minor fields.





Undergraduate Course Descriptions

*BUS 100 Introduction to Leadership — 3 cr. hrs.
Introduces students to the key skill bases in leadership (team building, communication, problem solving and technology) that are the foundation of the undergraduate curriculum in business. Covers these skills within global and ethical frameworks. Business majors only. Course includes a required workshop and lab that students attend once a week. Fall semester restricted to first-time freshmen. Spring semester open to all business students. Fee $65.

*BUS 200 Entrepreneurial Marketing -- 3 cr. hrs.
Covers fundamentals of entrepreneurial and marketing concepts, including idea generation, market research, and product development. Other concepts in the entrepreneurial model include environmental influences, consumer behavior, feasibility studies, and the creation and execution of strategies for reaching objectives. (Prerequisite: Sophomore status.)

*BUS 201 Business Environment of Entrepreneurship -- 3 cr. hrs.
Analyzes the competitive market environment facing firms in an industry with emphasis on the entrepreneur. Considers barriers to entry, defining competitors, evaluating relationships with buyers and suppliers, and making pricing decisions. (Prerequisites: ECN 120, ECN 121.)

*BUS 209 Financial Accounting -- 3 cr. hrs.
Covers the preparation and interpretation of basic financial information. Includes the usage of information from the multiple perspectives of owners, creditors and investors of both large and small businesses who use this information in their lending and investing decisions.

*BUS 210 Managerial Accounting -- 3 cr. hrs.
Examines the use of accounting information for planning, control, internal decision-making, and performance evaluation. Introduces mathematical tools and techniques for producing managerial information, and considers the behavior effects of the information. (Prerequisite: BUS 209.)

*BUS 250 Legal and Social Responsibilities in Business -- 3 cr. hrs.
Provides an overview of the legal and ethical concerns of managers. Topics include governmental regulation of business, diversity in the workplace, and the global legal environment. Explores private law topics including contracts and tort law. Designated as a writing enhanced course involving writing instruction and completion of several writing assignments.

BUS 255 Management Information Systems -- 3 cr. hrs.
This course is an introduction to the technology, applications, and management of computer-based information systems in organizations with dual emphases on the digital firm and database management systems. It is designed to provide the necessary frameworks, concepts, and principles to guide students to understand and effectively address the issues pertaining to the vast and fast-growing field of computer-based information systems (IT/CBIS) in the context of an enterprise. (Prerequisite: BUS 100 or EGR 110.)

BUS 305 Business Finance -- 3 cr. hrs.
Emphasis on the goal of financial management, value maximization, and the financing, investment, and dividend decisions that lead to this goal. Topics include cash flow analysis, financial mathematics, capital budgeting decision, financial leverage and the effects on shareholder returns, investment risk analysis, valuation of bonds and common stock, cost of capital to the firm, and dividend payout policies. (Prerequisites: BUS 209 and ECN 220 or EGR 360 or MTH 161.)

BUS 310 Intermediate Accounting I -- 3 cr. hrs.
Examines theoretical issues involving valuing, classifying, recording, and reporting of accounting transactions related to asset and revenue recognition. Includes the analysis of financial statements, inparticular the Statement of Profit and Loss. (Prerequisites: BUS 209, BUS 210, Junior status.)

BUS 311 Intermediate Accounting II -- 3 cr. hrs.
Continuation of BUS 310. Examines theoretical issues involving the valuing, classifying, recording, and reporting of accounting transactions related to liabilities and equity. Includes the analysis of financial statements in particular the Statement of Financial Position, the Statement of Changes in Stockholder’s Equity, and the Statement of Cash Flows. (Prerequisite: BUS 310.)

BUS 312 Cost Accounting -- 3 cr. hrs.
Develops analytical skills used in cost and managerial accounting that are used for internal decision-making as distinct from external financial accounting. Topics include: the accountant’s role in the organization, cost terms and purposes, cost-volume profit analysis, job costing, budgeting, variance analysis, direct costing and other relevant information for decision making. (Prerequisite: BUS 210.)

BUS 330 Managerial Finance -- 3 cr. hrs.
Provides a conceptual and theoretical treatment to topics such as the role of risk in asset pricing, capital structure, currency-risk management, and dividend policy. Considers the function of finance in relation to the overall objectives of the organization. (Prerequisite: BUS 305.)

BUS 355 Decision Modeling-- 3 cr. hrs.
Develops understanding of quantitative decision making by considering problems in accounting, finance, human resources, marketing, operations, and strategic business management. Examines the impact of uncertainty on business results, as well as the application of tools and methods useful in making business decisions under uncertainty. The course stresses the use of computer software (Microsoft Excel, Visual Basic for Applications, statistical software, etc.) in performing business analysis. (Prerequisites: BUS 255, ECN 220.)

*BUS 360 Organizational Behavior -- 3 cr. hrs.
Increases student understanding of self, other individuals, groups, and human behavior in organizations. Topics include personality, values, motivation, communication, teamwork, conflict management, decision-making, and leadership. Employs experiential methodology to emphasize skill-building in the main areas. (Prerequisite: Junior status.)

*BUS 361 Technology and Operations Management—3 cr. hrs.
Develops quantitative and theoretical knowledge of issues related to the design and management of operations and technology. Develops student understanding of the strategic importance and competitive market-place advantage from operations. It is highly recommended that students take the optional lab section. (Prerequisites: ECN 220 or EGR 360, Junior status.)

BUS 362 Human Resource Management -- 3 cr. hrs.
Examines theories and practices of staffing, training, assessing, and compensating employees from the perspectives of line management and the human resource department. Explores union/management interactions and healthy workplace environment while considering employment laws, the diverse labor force, and internal influences. (BUS 360 recommended.)

BUS 365 Accounting Information Systems -- 3 cr. hrs.
Evaluates the design, implementation and control of accounting information systems. Topics include understanding and documenting transaction cycles, evaluating internal control enviroment and using resources-events-agents (REA) method to model information systems. (Prerequisites: BUS 255, BUS 310.)

BUS 370 Marketing Research-- 3 cr. hrs.
Surveys the field of marketing research, defined as all activities that provide information to guide marketing decisions. Provides understanding about informational objectives, data sources, design and implementation of data collection procedures, analysis of data, and presentation of results. (Prerequisites: BUS 200, ECN 220 or MTH 161, Junior status.)

BUS 371 Consumer Behavior -- 3 cr. hrs.
Provides an in-depth examination of the internal mental processes and external factors that shape consumers’ responses to marketing strategies, their purchase decisions, and product usage behavior. Emphasizes application of core concepts to marketing decisions. (Prerequisites: BUS 200, Junior status.)

BUS 380 Family Business and Small Business Management-- 3 cr. hrs.
Develops the entrepreneurial mind sets and skills needed to create or build a business. Focus is on issues pertinent to family business, understanding of critical success factors, small business management and marketing, and ability to read and use financial statements. (Open only to non-business majors. No business prerequisites.)

*BUS 400 Management Decisions and Policy -- 3 cr. hrs.
Examines the process of managing the strategy, formulation, and implementation functions of a firm. Teaches students to think strategically and to consider the perspective of the total enterprise utilizing cases, readings, and a computer simulation. Taken during one of the students’ last two semesters.

BUS 401 Business Administration Internship -- 3 cr. hrs.
Matches qualified students with leading business and non-profit organizations for on-the-job learning experiences related to a functional discipline. Intern meets regularly with a faculty member in the related functional discipline. (Prerequisites: Preapproval of internship director and Senior standing.)

BUS 411 Advanced Accounting -- 3 cr. hrs.
Examines critical issues necessary to evaluate and report on business combinations, corporate consolidations, and partnerships. Includes accounting research methodology and case analysis. (Prerequisite: BUS 311.)

BUS 430 Investments -- 3 cr. hrs .
This course is a survey of the field of investment analysis and portfolio management. Topics include: The investment process and financial planning, the structure of capital markets (stock exchanges, etc.), the definition and statistical measurement of risk and return in the global market, security law and ethics, stock market indicators and their calculation, investment media and risks, stock and bond caluation models, real estate investment, municipal bonds, goverment securities, etc. (Prerequisite: BUS 305.)

BUS 431 Financial Markets and Institutions -- 3 cr. hrs.
Examines the various financial markets that play a crucial role in helping individuals, corporations, and governments obtain financing and invest in financial assets such as stocks, bonds, mortgages, and derivatives. Includes the study of financial institutions that facilitate management of financial market transactions. (Prerequisite: BUS 305.)

BUS 432 Personal Financial Planning -- 3 cr. hrs.
Provides the informational and decision-making tools needed for planning and implementing a successful personal financial program. Topics include money management models, consumer finance issues, insurance, investing, retirement and estate planning. (Prerequisite: BUS 305.)

BUS 441 International Finance -- 3 cr. hrs.
Provides an in-depth examination of international money and capital markets, exchange-rate determination and currency-risk management techniques employing forward, futures, and options contracts. Considers the functions of international financial management in relation to the overall objectives of the organization. (Prerequisite: BUS 305.)

BUS 442 Cross-Cultural Management -- 3 cr. hrs.
Helps students gain a systematic understanding of cultural differences across and within nations and the impact thereof on business practice and managerial behavior. Includes in-depth comparative cultural analysis. Develops students’ global mindsets and multicultural skills, including cultural sensitivity, intercultural communication, negotiations, and cooperation. (Prerequisite: BUS 360.)

BUS 443 International Marketing Management -- 3 cr. hrs.
Applies marketing principles to the contexts of international and global business. Topics include strategies, risks, and benefits of marketing across national and cultural boundaries. Also examines consequences and ethical considerations of globalization. (Prerequisite: BUS 200. Also listed as SJP 447.)

BUS 450 Advanced Business Law-- 3 cr. hrs.
Study of the legal and ethical concerns of managers. Topics include: goverment regulation of business, enviromental issues, and the global legal enviroment. The course also explores private law topics including commercial paper, secured transactions, credit and suretyship, bankruptcy, and professional liability. (Prerequisite: BUS 250.)

BUS 460 Managing Innovation and Change -- 3 cr. hrs.
Examines the issues related to innovation enrepreneurship, and strategic change. Introduces conceptual frameworks doe assessing the innovative capabilities of a business organization. Develops skills necessary to be effective as a manager in an innovation-intensive organization or within any research and development division. Exposes students to technological innovations that inpact industry and economies. (Prerequisite: BUS 360.)

BUS 464 Business Taxation -- 3 cr. hrs
Provides a survey of income tax issues for businesses. Includes overview of tax theory, taxation of corporations, partnerships and other business entities. Emphasizes how tax issues impact decision-making. (Prerequisite: BUS 210 or equivalent)

BUS 465 Auditing -- 3 cr. hrs.
Provides information on the theory, methodology, and specific techniques used in the verification and presentation of financial data provided to outsiders. Introduces specific verification services, including assurance, attest, and audit services. Class work includes a team project requiring an audit of an organization. (Prerequisite: BUS 311.)

BUS 466 Not-for-Profit and International Accounting -- 3 cr. hrs.
Covers both accounting for not-for-profit entities and international/foreign currency accounting. Examines accounting regulations for governments, charitable organizations, colleges and universities, and hospitals. Considers transactions made by U.S. entities but denominated in foreign currencies and international accounting standards compared to U.S. standards. (Prerequisite: BUS 311.)

BUS 467 Personal Taxation -- 3 cr. hrs.
Covers the fundamentals of the federal taxation of individuals and investments. Emphasis on planning transactions to minimize tax. Includes research using both print and computerized tax materials and the Internal Revenue Code. (Prerequisite BUS 210.)

BUS 471 Integrated Marketing Communications-- 3 cr. hrs.
Provides a detailed examination of the uses of advertising, sales promotions, public relations, personal selling, and other promotional tools in achieving different types of marketing goals. Emphasizes hands-on learning through development of a communication plan. (Prerequisite: BUS 200.)

BUS 472 Personal Selling -- 3 cr. hrs.
Discuss and practice current theories regarding the selling process and personal selling strategies. Develop interpersonal communication and analytical skills. Seminar format with extensive role plays, guest speakers, and discussion, emphasizing selling as a skill and profession. (Prerequisites: BUS 200, Junior status.)

BUS 480 Creating a World-Class Venture -- 3 cr. hrs.
Coverage of conceptual entrepreneurial skills needed to create a business that is globally competitive. Emphasis on creation and implementation of a plan for a potential world-class venture. (Open only to E-Scholars.) Fee: $2,500.

BUS 481 Entrepreneur Apprenticeship -- 3 cr. hrs.
Business plan development and implementation under supervision of the Franz Chair in Entrepreneurship and the mentorship of an entrepreneur. (Open only to E-Scholars, with plan approved by Franz Chair prior to registration.)

BUS 482 Global Entrepreneurship -- 3 cr. hrs.
Prepares students to conduct international businesses by comparing and contrasting the business practices of entrepreneurs in the United States with entrepreneurs globally. Immerses students to a foreign culture where they transact business on foreign soil. (Open to E-Scholars only.)

BUS 485 Entrepreneurial Ventures -- 3 cr. hrs.
Designed for juniors and seniors interested in creating a new business venture or students at this level who wish to familiarize themselves with the concepts, issues, and techniques of new venture creation and entrepreneurship. The course will focus on identifying and evaluating new business opportunities. (Prerequisite: BUS 200.)

BUS 490 Directed Study -- 3 cr. hrs.
Designed for superior students desiring extensive and intensive study in a particular area of interest. (Prerequisite: Permission of instructor, advisor, and dean.)

BUS 491-492 Business Seminars -- 3 cr. hrs.
In the semesters in which offered, varying subject matter as business faculty deems appropriate for needs of the student in meeting the objectives of the undergraduate business program.

BUS 499 Senior Thesis -- 3 cr. hrs.
Research, study, or original work under the direction of a faculty mentor, leading to a scholarly thesis document with a public presentation of results. Requires approval of thesis director, dean, and director of the honors program, when appropriate. (Prerequisites: Senior standing, 3.0 GPA in the thesis area or good standing in the honors program.)

* Required of all undergraduate business students

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