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Degree Requirements | Fisher College Of Business

AP/IB Course Equivalents. First & Second Year Business Foundation These are intro-level business and math courses you need to take in your first two years in the business curriculum: Calculus (Math 1131/1151), Macro economics (ECON 2002), Micro economics (ECON 2001), Statistics (STATS 1430) , Computer Science Engineering- Problem solving with

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Programs | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course is an introduction to the field of personal financial management and planning, focusing on the tools individuals and families employ to manage their financial affairs. Foundations of Finance BUSFIN 3120 This course develops skills related to time value of money, risk and return with applications in business and personal finance.

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Courses & Syllabi | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Current syllabi can be found using the "Current Courses & Syllabi" button on the right side of this page, under "Related Links." Past syllabi are archived in the AMIS department. Please contact the main office at [email protected] for all syllabi-related inquiries.

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Syllabus Directory | Fisher College of Business

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Professional Certificate in Operational Excellence ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Interim Work: Team work on projects with coaching and Yellow Belt online course. SESSION 3 - August 1 - 4, 2018 A management system that reduces variation and makes the process visible - coupled with a process of team engagement and response - is the key to achieving sustainability.

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Curriculum | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Fisher’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration ensures that you develop the skills and get the experience you need to make an immediate impact on your career—no matter what career you want to explore.You can customized and enhance your course work by choosing from 12 different specializations and over a hundred minors at Ohio State...

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Lean Six Sigma Online | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) All course content is delivered on-demand in a multi-media format including audio slide shows and lectures, diagrams, charts, simulated experiments, interactive practice sessions, online quiz modules and virtual discussion with an instructor. Links to outside research are provided to explore chosen subject matter in greater detail.

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College Coursework In High School | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Subjects build upon each other from course to course. For example, a student needs to master the content in general chemistry before moving on to organic chemistry. This means that, in general, college coursework completed during high school doesn't necessarily shorten a student's time to graduation .

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Programs | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) There’s studying business, and there’s experiencing it. That difference is what distinguishes the programs, faculty and students at Fisher College of Business. Our distinguished faculty and unique programs combine for a transformational educational experience built on a foundation of principled leadership, global awareness and a spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship...

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Courses & Syllabi | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course is designed to a) identify key marketing metrics, b) illustrate how these metrics can be used in managerial decision-making, c) show the link between marketing and financial metrics, and d) teach skills to develop a marketing dashboard. Prerequisites: MBA 6251 and 6252.

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Courses | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course meets in July, August and concludes in November after the international experience abroad. International Trip - October (tentative) As a part of the International Business course, students participate in a global immersion experience, by visiting organizations abroad to gain first-hand knowledge of operations in the global marketplace.

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Coursework | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The formal course work in a PhD Program in Finance is very important because it provides students an efficient way to learn frontier developments in the fields of interest and serves as a foundation for further scholarly research. The coursework requirements for the PhD Program in Finance are described in detail in the Finance Ph...

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John Schaffner | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course starts with basic leadership and coaching principles and ends with complex practical exercises challenging students to become better leaders. The course progresses, allowing the student to build upon the lessons learned through the course. The program incorporates planning, preparation, practical exercises, case studies, coaching and ...

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Business Analytics Minor | Fisher College of Business

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Curriculum | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) MBA core courses at Fisher College of Business provide in-depth exploration of the functional areas that are critical to a complete understanding of the business environment. To complete your degree, you can choose from a wide variety of elective courses; in fact, any graduate course offered by The Ohio State University can be taken, if related to your course of study...

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Course Descriptions | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The following courses are an example of what may be offered Spring Semester. The list is subject to change. Students will be given a complete list of updated course offerings prior to your arrival in Columbus. 7215: Entrepreneurial Finance This course covers advanced study of the roles of angel investing, business plans, and venture capital in entrepreneurial finance...

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Specializations | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This seminar is an intensive, one-week course repeated in seven different sessions in Washington, D.C., providing participants with first-hand exposure to the political process and its impact on management. Marketing Companies invest heavily in developing innovative products and services. For strategic decision makers in the private and public ...

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Experiential Learning | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This seminar is an intensive, one-week course in Washington, D.C., providing participants with first-hand exposure to the political process and its impact on business leadership. Preparation Several weeks prior to the seminar, students will be mailed a packet of brief readings that prepare for the vigorous class discussions and presentations ...

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Student Investment Management | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The OSU Student Investment Management Program (SIM) combines traditional academic objectives with the practical demands of hands on investment management. The program offers the university a unique opportunity to deliver high quality practical education in an area of considerable interest to students and employers alike...

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Transfer Credit | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Business Course Transfer Credit Evaluations If you have completed business courses at another institution and would like to have these courses evaluated for equivalency please complete the following steps. Once you complete the course at another institution you need to send a copy of your official transcript to The Ohio State University Registrars Office...

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Course Spotlight: Managing Diversity (BUSMHR)

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Our course follows the value stream of companies, from supplier d iversity through strategy. Whereas courses on diversity and inclusion 20 years ago focused on individuals' feelings, ours points to the tangible benefits that D&I provides all organizations.

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation Minor | Fisher College of ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The only required sequencing is that the practicum course, BUSADM 4510, must be taken after completion of 3510, 2700, 5682 and the elective track course. Otherwise, there are no prerequisites to begin taking courses for the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Minor; however, individual courses may have prerequisites, which are listed under Course ...

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Current OSU Students | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Admission to Major Program and Specialization Criteria This process is for current OSU students only. Admission to the major program in the Fisher College of Business is determined by the available enrollment capacity, size and quality of the application pool and therefore is not guaranteed. Individual specializations are competitive; GPA requirements for each specialization will fluctuate ...

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Specializations & Minors | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Customize your courseworkStudents work with their Academic Advisor to develop an individualized plan that could include a business specialization, a major outside of business, minors, or any combination of these curricular opportunities.As a business major, you will select one of 12 specializations or the Business Management program (only offered on our regional campuses)...

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Business Minor Curriculum Requirements | Fisher College of ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) A student who completes the General Business Minor only needs to file their college's Minor Program Form with their college office. No approval from Fisher College of Business is required. Before taking the minor courses, the following pre-requisite courses are required: College algebra (Math 1130/1148 or equivalent or higher OR Math Placement Level M or higher) Microeconomics (Econ 2001...

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Course Spotlight: Negotiations (BUSMHR)

Posted: (0 seconds ago) It may be the most popular course for grad students at the Fisher College of Business and it's one of the most talked about: Negotiations with Associate Professor Robert Lount. Professor Lount is nationally-regarded as an expert in negotiation and organizational behavior-- and he sat down with us to share more about his background, the course outline, and why he thinks the course resonates so ...

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Dean's Leadership Academy | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) COURSE SEQUENCE. Students may begin the coursework and participate in other experiences supported by the DLA as early as their second semester on campus. The following courses are offered through the Dean’s Leadership Academy. To complete the certificate, students must take a minimum of 15 total credit hours of the courses below.

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PhD Program Coursework and Requirements | Fisher College ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The program involves rigorous coursework not only within the MHR department, but also includes courses in other departments of Fisher College as well as statistics, economics, psychology and other disciplines within the university. The coursework helps to provide knowledge on essential theories of the field, advanced research methods and approaches to empirical research...

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Academics | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The Fisher MAcc curriculum provides you substantial flexibility in individualized course work - 78% of your degree consists of electives. Our program includes a core of accounting courses with an emphasis in one or more areas of business, combined with a strong focus in technical, decision making, critical thinking, analytical and communication ...

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Program Structure | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Throughout the academic year, courses are offered in one of two formats: 14 week semester courses (typically 3 credit hours per class) or 7 week session courses (typically 2.5 or 1.5 credit hours per class). There are two seven week sessions in each 14 week semester. All students will be required to complete a three-week intensive pre-term training prior to the start of the fall semester...

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Grade Forgiveness Rule | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Students repeating a course in a sequence or a course that is a prerequisite to another course should complete the repetition before advancing to the next course. Coursework taken outside of Ohio State , including course credit earned via credit by examination (EM), transfer credit (K) earned at another institution, and dual enrollment credit ...

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Academics | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Fisher’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration ensures that you develop the skills and get the experience you need to make an immediate impact on your career—no matter what career you want to explore. Rigorous Curriculum, Real-World Experience You can customize and enhance your course work by choosing from 12 different specializations and over a hundred minors at Ohio State...

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John Draper | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course is designed to introduce students to commonly used software programs in data science and improve students' problem solving skills and logical thought processes. Students will be exposed to R, SAS, and SPSS. Prereq: MBA 6271 or 6273. ACCTMIS 6001 - …

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Internships | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Finding an Internship Fisher students have access to numerous resources for finding and applying for internships. These resources include two annual career fairs, hundreds of positions posted in Handshake as online applications or as on-campus interview opportunities, along with many opportunities to meet recruiters through classroom experiences and student organizations.

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Program Structure | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) MBA core courses at Fisher College of Business provide in-depth exploration of the functional areas that are critical to a complete understanding of the business environment. To complete your degree, you can choose from a wide variety of elective courses; in fact, up to 8 credit hours of any graduate course offered by The Ohio State University can be taken, if related to your course of study...

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Stephanie Lewis | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Stephanie Lewis teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in Federal taxation at Fisher. She currently serves as the Undergraduate Accounting Coordinator for the Accounting & MIS department. In this role, she assists students with course-related issues and provides guidance on CPA exam eligibility and preparation...

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COURSE SYLLABUS - Ohio State University

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course is designed to give students a managerial knowledge of basic concepts and principles. These include core logistics functions, cost integration, and operations within the supply chain. It also includes relationships with suppliers, customers and other firm functions.

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Global Applied Projects (GAP) | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Global Applied Projects (GAP) is a 3 credit hour, graded, elective course that enables students to lead, plan, and execute global consulting engagements across multiple functional areas for a wide variety of corporations, not-for-profits, and governments in locations outside of the USA.

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AMIS PhD Course Offerings | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course provides an introduction to a wide-range of research topics that serve as the building blocks of current accounting research. This course should help students 1) further explore a literature and evaluate existing research papers in an intelligent and critial manner and 2) propose research questions with well-defined contributions.

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BA 2601: Job Search Prep Course | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) BUSADM 2601: Job Search Preparation and Transition to Work Course Details In-person version offered fall and spring semesters Online section offered fall, spring, and summer 1 Credit Hour, Graded In-person section Autumn 2020 WF 11:30 am-12:25 pm, Section #4022, 1 credit hour Instructor: Audrey Bledsoe Online section Summer 2020 Section #3811, 1 credit hour Instructor: Lauren Kume Online ...

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PhD Program | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Students entering the program without a master's level degree or related coursework may have to take additional course. During the first year in the program, the student takes the graduate level course sequence in macroeconomic theory, econometric research tool courses and PhD level courses in asset pricing and corporate finance.

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Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification | Fisher College ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Fisher College of Business presents Six Sigma training designed as the most time-sensitive, value-driven program in existence. Total Quality Management principles identify and eliminate operations inefficiencies in each and every process of a company’s product or service.Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training uses time-tested processes to enable your company to increase profits, strengthen ...

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Current Academic Year Department of MHR PhD Course ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course will offer an introduction to the range of research on strategic management, from the theoretical to the empirical, and from the classic to the current. However, the emphasis in this course is on the empirical testing of the core tenets of the main paradigms in Strategy. This course is intended mainly for first-year Strategy and ...

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Financial Software Training | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Software training will take place through a semester long course (Financial Software Applications), the Data Analysis course, and electives.Students are trained in the following software tools and databases and will expand upon this knowledge through projects in …

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Part-Time MHRM | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Part-time MHRM students select a sequenced course load of 1-3 nights of class per week (between Mon-Thurs, 6:15-9:30 PM) Part-time students complete 39 required credit hours for the degree typically within 3 years but can take up to 6. This is the same program, degree, and the total number of credit hours as the full-time program.

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Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt Certification | Fisher ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Fisher College of Business has partnered with MoreSteam to present an innovative Master Black Belt development program. The program design employs a blended learning model that incorporates world-class instruction delivered in both the classroom and online. The training program covers the Master Black Belt body of knowledge and topics ranging from advanced DOE to Leading Change to Finance …

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PhD Program Structure | Fisher College of Business

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Independent teaching of one course. Successful completion of the oral dissertation defense. First Year Exam. After completing the introductory required and elective seminars in non-major specializations, students will take an exam on these topics in the month of May prior to beginning their second year. The exam tests the student’s ...

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