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MBA Online Courses

The STAC Online MBA Program is designed to provide professionals like you with the ability to obtain a masters degree in business no matter where you live. The structure of the Online MBA courses allows students to plan their course load around their work, so that their education does not interrupt their employment.

How Online Master of Business Administration Degree Courses Work
MBA courses are offered through an online Learning Management System (LMS). Each student is assigned a log-on and password that provides access to the virtual classroom. Through the use of this instructional technology, students use a variety of online tools to complete/submit coursework and interact with professors/classmates.

Students will participate in online lectures, discussion groups, tests/quizzes, and group projects. Consistent with traditional coursework, a syllabus--outlining coursework, textbook requirements and course schedule--will be distributed at the beginning of the session. Students will be expected to prepare weekly assignments including text readings and other materials. Professors may post discussion topics throughout the course with a weekly response requirement.

There is no difference in course work between the online MBA courses and those offered on campus, except for the method of delivery. The STAC Online MBA program follows the same course schedule, and content is taught by the same faculty, as our traditional MBA.

 

Quarter I
September 2 – November 9, 2014*

CRN Online  Comments Instructor Room
90595 GMBA 1106 Operations Research   Laurence O’Connell  
90596 GMBA 1108 Legal Environment of Business   Christine Cahill, Esq  
90597 GMBA 1305 Human Resource Management Preq. GMBA 1107 Kathy Culla  
  Tuesday, 6:00pm-10:25pm      
90598 GMBA 1501 Business Communications Hybrid Elaine Winship BH 204
  Friday, 6:00-10:25pm      
90599 GMBA 1101 Financial Accounting   Kenneth Flug BH 210
90600 GMBA 1110 Money and the Economy Hybrid Ralph Armenta BH 208
90601 GMBA 1304 Corporate Strategy Preq. GMBA 1107 Dr. Thayer Draper BH 204
  Saturday, 8:30am-12:55pm      
90602 GMBA 1204 Global Finance Preq. GMBA 1105 Dr. N. Papavlassopulos BH 204
90603 GMBA 15-02 Leadership, Ethics and Business CAPSTONE/HYBRID Dr. William Czander BH 210
  Sunday, 8:30am-12:55pm      
90604 GMBA 1212 Contemp. Accounting & Theory Preq. Adv. Acct II & Aud I Mary Gettler BH 208
90605 GMBA 1408 Direct Marketing Preq. GMBA 1103 Dr. Thayer Draper BH 204
*Holiday recess – No classes October 10 – 12.
GMBA 1501 (Business Communications) must be taken within the first twelve credits of the program. Completion of all Core credits (1101 – 1111) is expected before students enroll in Upper Level Courses (1200s, 1300s, 1400s, 1503) are mandatory before students enroll in Capstone Courses (1502, 1504). Capstone Courses will be completed within nine credits of graduation.



Quarter II
December 5, 2014 – February 15, 2015*

CRN Online  Comments Instructor Room
GMBA 1102 Managerial Economics   Dr. Meghan Mihal  
GMBA 1103 Marketing Concepts and Strategies   Prof. Kathy Culla  
GMBA 1303 Entrepreneurial Management Preq:  1107 Dr. Thayer Draper  
GMBA 1504 Bus. Policy, Research & Dec. Making CAPSTONE Prof. Joseph Lavin  
  Friday, 6:00-10:25pm      
GMBA 1104 Management Information Systems    Prof. Robert Koob BH 208
GMBA 1401 Consumer Behavior  Preq:  1103 Dr. Thayer Draper BH 204
  Saturday, 8:30am-12:55pm      
GMBA 1111 Statistics   Prof. Laurence O’Connell SPEL 110
GMBA 1300 Special Topics Course TBD Preq: 1107 Dr. William Czander BH 208
  Sunday, 8:30am-12:55pm      
GMBA 1105 Managerial Finance Preq:  1101 (non-bus undergrad) Prof. Ronald Rubin BH 204
GMBA 1202 Investment Analysis Preq: 1105 Dr. Amir Zamini BH 208
*Holiday recess – No Classes December 26 - January 4
GMBA 1501 (Business Communications) must be taken within the first twelve credits of the program. Completion of all Core credits (1101 – 1111) is expected before students enroll in Upper Level Courses (1200s, 1300s, 1400s, 1503) are mandatory before students enroll in Capstone Courses (1502, 1504). Capstone Courses will be completed within nine credits of graduation

 


Quarter III
February 24 – May 3, 2015*

CRN Online  Comments Instructor Room
20645 GMBA 1101 Financial Accounting   Prof. Shauna Butler, CPA  
20646 GMBA 1107 Management Theory & Practice   Prof. Kathy Culla  
20647 GMBA 1110 Money and the Economy   Dr. Meghan Mihal  
20648 GMBA 1200 Finance & Environment Preq:1105 Prof. Joseph Lavin  
20649 GMBA 1300 Business & Environment 1107 Prof. Joseph Lavin  
20655 GMBA 1403 Marketing of Services 1103 Dr. Thayer Draper  
20650 GMBA 1501 Business Communications   Prof. Elaine Winship  
  Friday, 6:00-10:25pm      
20651 GMBA 1106 Operations Research    Prof. Laurence O’Connell SPEL 112
20652 GMBA 1302 Global Management Preq:  1107 Dr. Thayer Draper BH 204
20653 GMBA 1109 Managerial Accounting Preq: 1101 Prof. Kenneth Flug BH 210
  Saturday, 8:30am-12:55pm      
20654 GMBA 1210 Financial Statement Analysis Preq: 1101,  1105 Prof. Ronald Rubin BH 204
  Sunday, 8:30am-12:55pm      
20656 GMBA 1108 Legal Environment of Business Hybrid Prof. Christine Cahill, Esq. BH 204
20658 GMBA 1201 Corporate Finance Preq: 1105 Dr. Amir Zamani BH 208
*Holiday recess – No Classes April 3 - 5
GMBA 1501 (Business Communications) must be taken within the first twelve credits of the program. Completion of all Core credits (1101 – 1111) is expected before students enroll in Upper Level Courses (1200s, 1300s, 1400s, 1503) are mandatory before students enroll in Capstone Courses (1502, 1504). Capstone Courses will be completed within nine credits of graduation.

 


Quarter IV
May 29 – August 2, 2015*

CRN Online  Comments Instructor Room
60001  GMBA 1105 Managerial Finance Preq: 1101 (non-bus undergrad) Prof. Ronald Rubin  
60002  GMBA 1111 Statistics Preq: 1101 (non-bus undergrad) Prof. Laurence O’Connell  
60003  GMBA 1400 Social Media Marketing Preq: 1103 Prof. Elaine Winship  
60004  GMBA 1402 Global Marketing Preq: 1103 Dr. Thayer Draper  
60005  GMBA 1502 Leadership, Ethics and Business CAPSTONE Prof. William Czander  
  Friday, 6:00-10:25pm      
60006  GMBA 1104 Management Information Systems   Prof. Robert Koob BH 210
60007  GMBA 1211 Info. Systems, Auditing & Assurance Preq: Adv Acct II & Aud I-HYBRID Prof. Mary Gettler,CPA BH 208
  Sunday, 8:30am-12:55pm      
60009  GMBA 1205 Mergers & Acquisitions Preq: 1201 Dr. Amir Zamani BH 208

*Holiday recess – No Classes December July 3 - 5

GMBA 1501 (Business Communications) must be taken within the first twelve credits of the program. Completion of all Core credits (1101 – 1111) is expected before students enroll in Upper Level Courses (1200s, 1300s, 1400s, 1503) are mandatory before students enroll in Capstone Courses (1502, 1504). Capstone Courses will be completed within nine credits of graduation.

 


ST. THOMAS AQUINAS COLLEGE
MBA PROGRAM
2015-16


Quarter I (Tentative)
September 8 – November 15, 2015

CRN Online  Comments Instructor Room
GMBA 1101 Financial Accounting Prof. Shauna Butler, CPA  
GMBA 1108 Legal Environment of Business Prof. Christine Cahill, Esq.  
GMBA 1400  Special Topics:  TBD Preq:  1103 Prof. Robert Koob  
GMBA 1504  Bus. Policy, Research & Dec. Making CAPSTONE Prof. Joseph Lavin  
  Tuesday, 6:00-10:25pm      
GMBA  1305 Human Resource Management Preq:  1107 Prof. Kathy Culla  
  Friday, 6:00-10:25pm      
GMBA 1110 Money and the Economy Hybrid Prof. Ralph Armenta  
GMBA 1212   Contemp. Accounting Theory Preq: Adv. Acct II & Aud I/ Hybrid Prof. Mary Gettler  
GMBA 1408 Direct Marketing Preq:  1103 Dr. Thayer Draper  
  Saturday, 8:30am-12:55pm      
GMBA 1204 Global Finance Preq: 1105 TBN  
GMBA 1501 Business Communications Hybrid Prof. Elaine Winship MH133
  Sunday, 8:30am-12:55pm      
GMBA 1105 Managerial Finance Preq: 1101 (non-bus undergrad)   Prof. Ron Rubin  
GMBA 1304   Corporate Strategy Preq. 1107 Dr. Thayer Draper  
*Holiday recess – No Classes October 9 - 11
GMBA 1501 (Business Communications) must be taken within the first twelve credits of the program.  Completion of all Core credits (1101 – 1111) is expected before students enroll in Upper Level Courses (1200s, 1300s, 1400s, 1503) are mandatory before students enroll in Capstone Courses (1502, 1504). Capstone Courses will be completed within nine credits of graduation.

ST. THOMAS AQUINAS COLLEGE
MBA PROGRAM
2015-16

Quarter II (Tentative)
December 4, 2015 – February 14, 2016

 

CRN Online  Comments Instructor Room
GMBA 1102  Managerial Economics    Dr. Meghan Mihal  
GMBA 1200/1300  Business and the Environment Preq:  1107 Prof. Joseph Lavin  
GMBA 1401 Consumer Behavior Preq: 1103 Dr. Thayer Draper  
GMBA 1502 Leadership, Ethics and Business CAPSTONE Prof. William Czander  
  Friday, 6:00-10:25pm      
GMBA 1103 Marketing Concepts and Strategies   Dr. Thayer Draper   
GMBA 1106 Operations Research   Prof. Laurence O’Connell  
  Saturday, 8:30am-12:55pm      
GMBA 1104 Management Information Systems Prof. Robert Koob   
GMBA 1109 Managerial Accounting Preq: 1101 Prof. Kenneth Flug  
  Sunday, 8:30am-12:55pm      
GMBA 1205 Mergers and Acquisitions Preq: 1201  Dr. Amir Zamani   
GMBA 1210 Financial Statement Analysis  Preq: 1105 TBN   
*Holiday recess – No Classes December 25 – January 3
GMBA 1501 (Business Communications) must be taken within the first twelve credits of the program.  Completion of all Core credits (1101 – 1111) is expected before students enroll in Upper Level Courses (1200s, 1300s, 1400s, 1503) are mandatory before students enroll in Capstone Courses (1502, 1504). Capstone Courses will be completed within nine credits of graduation.

ST. THOMAS AQUINAS COLLEGE
MBA PROGRAM
2015-16

Quarter III (Tentative)
March 1 – May 8, 2016

CRN Online  Comments Instructor Room
GMBA 1105 Managerial Finance Preq: 1101 (non-bus undergrad) Prof. Ron Rubin  
GMBA 1308  Organizational Theory Preq: 1107 TBN  
GMBA 1403 Marketing of Services Preq: 1103 Dr. Thayer Draper  
GMBA 1501 Business Communications   Prof. Elaine Winship  
  Tuesday, 6:00-10:25pm      
GMBA 1102 Managerial Economics   Dr. Meghan Mihal  
  Friday, 6:00-10:25pm      
GMBA 1110 Money and the Economy Hybrid Prof. Ralph Armenta  
GMBA 1302 Global Management Preq:  1107 Dr. Thayer Draper  
  Saturday, 8:30am-12:55pm      
GMBA 1107 Management Theory and Practice   Prof. Kathy Culla  
GMBA 1504 Bus. Policy, Research & Dec. Making CAPSTONE Prof. Joseph Lavin  
  Sunday, 8:30am-12:55pm      
GMBA 1101 Financial Accounting Prof. Kenneth Flug  
GMBA 1108 Legal Environment of Business Hybrid Prof. Christine Cahill, Esq.  
GMBA 1201 Corporate Finance Preq:  1105 Dr. Amir Zamani  
*Holiday recess – No Classes March 25 - 27
GMBA 1501 (Business Communications) must be taken within the first twelve credits of the program.  Completion of all Core credits (1101 – 1111) is expected before students enroll in Upper Level Courses (1200s, 1300s, 1400s, 1503) are mandatory before students enroll in Capstone Courses (1502, 1504). Capstone Courses will be completed within nine credits of graduation.

 

ST. THOMAS AQUINAS COLLEGE
MBA PROGRAM
2015-16

Quarter IV (Tentative)
May 27 – July 31, 2016

CRN Online  Comments Instructor Room
GMBA 1104 Management Information Systems Prof. Robert Koob  
GMBA 1109 Managerial Accounting Preq: 1101 Prof. Shauna Butler, CPA  
GMBA 1111  Statistics Prof. Laurence O’Connell  
GMBA 1307 Managing Org. Changes & Conflicts Preq: 1107 Dr. Thayer Draper  
GMBA 1400 Social Media Marketing Preq:  1103 Prof. Elaine Winship  
GMBA 1502   Leadership, Ethics & Business CAPSTONE Prof. William Czander  
GMBA 1503 Globalization of Business TBN   
  Friday, 6:00-10:25pm      
GMBA 1211 Info. Systems, Auditing and Assurance Preq:  Adv. Acct II & Aud I/ Hybrid Prof. Mary Gettler  
GMBA 1402 Global Marketing Preq:  1103 Dr. Thayer Draper  
  Sunday, 8:30am-12:55pm      
GMBA 1202 Investment Analysis Preq: 1105 Dr. Amir Zamani  
*Holiday recess – No Classes July 1 – 3
GMBA 1501 (Business Communications) must be taken within the first twelve credits of the program.  Completion of all Core credits (1101 – 1111) is expected before students enroll in Upper Level Courses (1200s, 1300s, 1400s, 1503) are mandatory before students enroll in Capstone Courses (1502, 1504). Capstone Courses will be completed within nine credits of graduation.

 

   
 
 

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