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COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Administration
Thomas G. Gutteridge, dean

Stranahan Hall Room 5021

Phone: 419.530.2285

thomas.gutteridge@utoledo.edu

Anand S. Kunnathur, associate dean for graduate programs, research and grant development

Stranahan Hall Room 5020

Phone: 419.530.5644

anand.kunnathur@utoledo.edu
Terribeth Gordon-Moore, associate dean and director of undergraduate programs

Stranahan Hall Room 5022

Phone: 419.530.4376

terribeth.gordon@utoledo.edu

Sandy Whitman, administrative assistant

Phone: 419.530.2558

Fax: 419.530.7744



Chris Filzer, business manager

Phone: 419.530.7715


Barb R. Snavely, director, student services

Phone: 419.530.2087

Fax: 419.530.5353

barb.snavely@utoledo.edu
David Chatfield, director, M.B.A./E.M.B.A. programs

Phone: 419.530.5231

Fax: 419.530.7260

david.chatfield@utoledo.edu
Academic Departments
Department of Accounting

Diana R. Franz, chair

Stranahan Hall Room 3045

Phone: 419.530.4264



diana.franz@utoledo.edu
Department of Finance

Ravi Ravichandran, chair



Stranahan Hall Room 4047

Phone: 419.530.4317



Ravi.Ravichandran@utoledo.edu
Department of Information Operations and Technology Management

T.S. Ragu-Nathan, chair

Stranahan Hall Room 4041

Phone: 419.530.2427



t.ragu-nathan@utoledo.edu
Department of Management

Sonny Ariss, interim chair

Stranahan Hall Room 2044

Phone: 419.530.4060



sonny.ariss@utoledo.edu
Department of Marketing and International Business

Anthony Koh, chair

Stranahan Hall Room 3010

Phone: 419.530.2287



anthony.koh@utoledo.edu
Department of Applied Organizational Technology

Mary Humphrys, chair

Faculty Annex 146

Phone: 419.530.3077



mary.humphrys@utoledo.edu
Academic Support Services

Student Services Center

Stranahan Hall Room 1016

Phone: 419.530.2087

Fax: 419.530.5353
Barb Robertson Snavely, director of student services

barb.snavely@utoledo.edu

Robert Detwiler, academic services and recruitment



Robert.Detwiler@utoledo.edu
Kari Dilworth, academic services and recruitment

Kari.Dilworth@utoledo.edu
Deborah A. Jones, transfer student specialist

deborah.jones2@utoledo.edu
Deborah Roberts, academic services and honors specialist

Deborah.Roberts@utoledo.edu
Darlene Stevens, enrollment management specialist

darlene.stevens@utoledo.edu

Department of Applied Organizational Technology

Pamela Pullella, academic services

Faculty Annex 1180

Scott Park Campus

Phone: 419.530.3246

Pamela.Pullella@utoledo.edu
Business Career Programs

Terribeth Gordon-Moore, associate dean and director of undergraduate programs

Stranahan Hall Room 1045

Phone: 419.530.4376

Fax: 419.530.7744



terribeth.gordon@utoledo.edu
Mission Statement (adopted 10/02/07)

"Developing Lifelong Leaders for the World of Business.."



  • Preparing a diverse body of students for life-long careers as leaders and contributing professionals

  • Delivering influential research and publications

  • Enhancing the world of business practice and serving as a resource for regional economic development


Accreditation

The University Of Toledo College Of Business Administration has two undergraduate programs fully accredited at the undergraduate level by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). These include the bachelor of business administration (BBA) and the Bachelor of Science in information technology (BSIT). More information on the AACSB accreditation may be found at http://www.aacsb.edu/

Admission Policies

General Requirements

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

To be admitted to the bachelor of business administration program (BBA) at The University of Toledo, students need a minimum 2.40 cumulative high school grade point average (GPA) and a minimum 18 ACT composite or 860 SAT composite. Students with an ACT of 25 or higher will be admitted to the College of Business Administration regardless of high school GPA. Students with a high school GPA of 3.2 or higher will be admitted to the College of Business Administration regardless of ACT/SAT scores. Students who do not qualify for admission to the College of Business Administration BBA will be admitted to the associate of arts pre-business degree program which is designed to complete the first two years of the bachelor of business administration degree.


Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)

To be admitted to the Bachelor of Science in information technology program at The University of Toledo, students need a minimum 2.25 cumulative high school grade point average (GPA) and a minimum 21 ACT composite or 980 SAT.


Bachelor of Applied Organizational Technology (BAOT)

All transfer students must have a minimum GPA of 2.25 and have completed a technical associate degree to be accepted into the College of Business Administration for the bachelor of applied organizational technology. Transfer students’ admission will be determined by the higher education (HEd) grade point average. The HEd GPA is based on all letter grades attained at all institutions of higher learning and uses the point average scale of “A” equaling four points.


Associate Degree Programs

To be admitted to an associate degree program in the College of Business Administration at The University of Toledo, students need a minimum 2.00 cumulative high school grade point average (GPA). Students who do not qualify for admission to the College of Business Administration will be admitted to the University of Toledo Learning Collaborative and may transfer to the College of Business Administration when the minimum requirements are met.



College Specific Requirements

Admission to Divisions

The qualifications for admission to the undergraduate associate or bachelor degree program (excluding BSIT and BAOT) and to the upper division; the prerequisites for courses, and all other requirements stated in this catalog apply equally to all students. For purposes of admissions, the College of Business Administration has four divisions:

1. The Lower Division – Students enter this division upon admission to the University and college and will complete the pre-professional business and University Core Classes towards a bachelor degree.

2. The Upper Division – Undergraduate students can apply for admittance to the upper division when their earned hours plus their registered hours total 60. A student will be admitted to the upper division upon the completion of 60 hours, which must include the required and elective courses in the lower division; earning a minimum GPA of 2.25 in the following courses: BUAD 1010, 1020, 2040, 2050, 2060, 2070 and 2080; and earning an overall minimum GPA of 2.25 except accounting – see below. A student not meeting the standards but with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 will be reviewed by the college admission committee for admission to the upper division on an individual basis.



Requirements to be admitted to the accounting area of specialization and to register for ACCT 3100 are as follows: a minimum GPA of 2.50 in the introductory-level college accounting courses, including a grade of C (2.0) or better in BUAD 2040 and 2050 or equivalent courses, and an overall higher education minimum GPA of 2.50 in all prior college level courses.

(Students in the Department of Applied Organizational Technology degree programs should refer to the specific department section found below for more information)

3. The Associate Division - Students enter this division upon admission to the University and college and will complete the required classes towards an associate degree in the chosen specialization. Students may also complete the pre-professional business and University Core Classes towards a bachelor degree if minimum requirements are not met initially to enter the bachelor degree program the first semester.

4. The Graduate Studies Division – This division consists of all students who have been admitted for graduate study in the college. The procedure for admission and the entrance requirements are outlined in the Graduate School portion of this catalog.




Transfer and Change of College Policy
Admission Requirement for Transfer Students

Transfer students’ admission will be determined by the higher education (HEd) grade point average. The HEd GPA is based on all letter grades attained at all institutions of higher learning and uses the point average scale of “A” equaling four points. The admission of students wishing to change from another college within The University of Toledo to the College of Business Administration to pursue a Bachelor in Business Administration must have a minimum 2.40 GPA based on their current UT cumulative GPA.



Bachelor of Business Administration

All transfer students must have a minimum GPA of 2.40 to be accepted into the College of Business Administration.



Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

All transfer students must have a minimum GPA of 2.25 to be accepted into the College of Business Administration.



Evaluation of Courses for Transfer Students

Transfer courses will be evaluated by the College of Business Administration after the student has submitted official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended and has been accepted by the college. The student must complete the evaluation process before the end of the first term of attendance at UT.

For purposes of determining the UT GPA, grades from another institution do not transfer. The GPA will be based on the course work taken while enrolled in The University of Toledo. For students transferring into the College of Business Administration from another college within The University of Toledo, all undergraduate hours attempted and earned, as well as the GPA, will transfer. Students must also have completed a minimum eight hours to transfer into the College of Business Administration. To qualify for the BBA, BSIT, or BAOT, students must fulfill all College of Business Administration course and grade requirements. No required course in the College of Business Administration may be repeated at any other institution for the purpose of transferring credit to The University of Toledo toward any business administration program or degree. For additional information on transfer policies, please see the General Section of this catalog.

Transfer students should note The University of Toledo will include all course work taken at all institutions of higher education in the calculation to determine if a student will graduate with honors. All college course work taken is computed in determining eligibility for graduation with honors, although no student will be awarded a level of honors above that indicated by The University of Toledo cumulative GPA. The University of Toledo requires a minimum of 30 semester hours of standard letter-graded courses from UT in order to qualify for graduation with honors.

The College of Business Administration Student Services Center (SSC) will complete the evaluations based on course equivalencies determined by the appropriate academic unit. In many cases, courses from other universities/colleges have been pre-approved for equivalency and will transfer with confirmation. Equivalent courses from AACSB-accredited schools automatically transfer. When automatic transfer does not exist, it is possible for a student to obtain course equivalency by petitioning to take a proficiency exam. Students should provide a course syllabus and/or any additional documentation with the petition. Students should contact the SSC for additional information.



Course Applicability System (CAS)

The Course Applicability System (CAS) is a statewide web-based transfer information system supported by the Ohio Board of Regents. CAS shows course equivalencies between public and private two-year and four-year colleges and universities, along with college degree requirements. To access transfer information, access CAS


College Honors

The college Honors Program is an opportunity for students of high ability and achievement to enrich their regular program of college work. Admission is based on grades, scores on achievement tests, and an essay. The College of Business Administration’s Honors Program is offered as part of the University Honors Program. Students take honors courses in the College of Arts and Sciences, as well as in the College of Business Administration. Enrollment in honors courses is limited. Up to 30 freshman students are admitted each fall to a program leading to receipt of the College of Business Administration honors citation upon graduation. See the General Section of this catalog for additional information on admission to the Honors Program.
Program Requirements

College of Business Administration College Honors Program

To be eligible for the College of Business Administration Honors Program citation, a student must:

1. Fulfill all requirements for an approved degree program within the college with a minimum overall GPA of 3.3.

2. Complete a minimum of 33 hours of honors courses, which must include the following:

Lower Division Courses:

BUAD 1000 Orientation for Business Students

BUAD 1010 Introduction to Business

BUAD 2040 Financial Accounting Information

HON 1010 Readings Conference I

HON 1020 Readings Conference II

HON 2020 Multicultural Literatures: The North American Experience

or

HON 2030 Multicultural Literatures: The Non-European World



Upper Division Courses:

BUAD 3010 Principles of Marketing

BUAD 3020 Principles of Manufacturing and Service Systems

BUAD 3030 Managerial and Behavioral Processes in Organizations

BUAD 3040 Principles of Financial Management

BUAD 4020 Senior Business Policy Forum - Honors Thesis


A minimum of six hours earned by successful completion of two upper-division interdisciplinary seminars offered through the University Honors Program.

3. Complete an additional three-hour honors course in the student’s major(s).



Departmental Honors

Currently enrolled University of Toledo students and transfer students may apply during their last semester in the college’s lower division for admission to the College of Business Administration departmental Honors Program if they have completed at least 45 semester hours of college work and have earned a minimum GPA of 3.3 (4.0 scale). Students are admitted to the departmental honors program on a space-available basis.


Program Requirements


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