ANCELL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
|David Martin, Dean, WS 376||Phone (203)837-9600|
|Catherine Cote, Administrative Assistant, WS 374
||Phone (203) 837-8782|
|Fax (203) 837-8527|
|Elise Silkowski, Learning Commons Coordinator, WS 409E||Phone (203) 837-8567|
|Accounting||Richard Proctor, Chair, WS 386, (203) 837-8744|
|Faculty||J. Donegan (M.B.A. Coordinator); M. Ganon; T. Monks; G Skiba.|
|Finance||Annie Wong, Co-Chair, WS 141, (203) 837-8577|
|Faculty||C. Huang; W. Lin; L. Vo.|
|Management||Stanley Bazan, Chair WS 202, (203) 837-9238|
|Faculty||P. Assenza; E. Buccini; M. Chuang; M. Dugal; L.Forbes.|
|Management Information Systems||Richard Montague, Chair, WS 204, (203) 837-9343|
|Faculty||E. Collar; J. Flynn; P. Nugent; T. Yoon.|
|Marketing||Ronald Drozdenko, Chair, WS 301, (203) 837-8776|
|Faculty||J. Cronin; X. Han; K. Koza; B Oumlil.|
|Division of Justice and Law Administration||Charles Mullaney, Chair, WS 402, (203) 837-8524|
|Faculty||W. DeFeo; T. Dwyer; K. C. Jordan; G. Kain (M.S.J.A. Coordinator); K. Marino; A. Markert; D. Sharma.|
The Ancell School of Business (ASB) provides a high-quality, affordable, personalized learning environment for undergraduate and graduate students from Western Connecticut and the broader region. The Ancell School transforms students into graduates who are prepared to meet the needs of employers in our service region and the opportunities and challenges of the global economy. The Ancell School promotes faculty excellence in teaching, intellectual contributions, and service to professional and business organizations.
MBA Learning Goals:
- COMMUNICATION: Students will be able to communicate effectively.
- LEADERSHIP AND TEAMS: Students will demonstrate leadership and team membership behaviors.
- CRITICAL THINKING/ETHICS: MBA graduates will demonstrate strong critical thinking and sensitivity to ethical issues.
- CRITICAL FUNCTION/GLOBAL: Students will demonstrate the ability to integrate knowledge from a variety of business disciplines.
MHA Learning Goals:
- CRITICAL FUNCTIONAL SKILLS: Demonstrate knowledge of the health care system including delivery, finances, quality, organization effectiveness and clinical and support services.
- COMMUNICATION: Demonstrate competencies in communication, interpersonal relations, management and leadership.
- CRITICAL THINKING: Apply critical thinking skills to situations they will encounter working in health services organizations.
- PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Demonstrate strategies for continuing career planning and development.
Master of Business Administration
Master of Health Administration
Master of Science in Justice Administration
Please refer to the department area in the catalog for specific procedures and requirements for admissions, or contact the Office of Graduate Admissions at (203) 837-8243.