2Welcome to the Monte ahuja College of Business Dean Steve PercyAssociate Dean Benoy JosephWho is Monte Ahuja?
3Monte ahujaMonte Ahuja is founding chairman, president & CEO of Transtar Industries, Inc. He earned his MBA at Cleveland State University while he worked various jobs. As part of his coursework at CSU, he developed the business plan for Transtar in Today, Transtar is the leading worldwide distributor of OE quality transmission parts to the motor vehicle repair industry, with annual revenues of more than $250 million. Through his generous support, The College of Business moved into its new home in Ahuja served on the Cleveland State University Board of Trustees from and served as its chairman for six years.In 2011, Monte Ahuja donated $10 million dollars to CSU to fund scholarships forbusiness students. Will you become the next famous Business alumni?
4BBA Degree: studying business Business Ethics & LeadershipOur Majors: Accounting, Business Administration (General Business), Business Economics, Finance, Information Systems, International Business, Management/Labor Relations and Operations Supply Chain ManagementManagement & Human ResourcesFinancial StudyMoney ManagementCommunicationInformation & TechnologyGlobal AwarenessEconomic DevelopmentOperations Supply ManagementAll BBA students complete the following courses in order to develop basic business skills.Business Lower Divisional coreBUS 151 The World of BusinessIST 203 Software Tools for PersonalMTH 148: Business Math IMTH 149: Business Math IIOSM 201 Business Statistics IOSM 202 Business Statistics IIECN 201 MacroeconomicsECN 202 MicroeconomicsACT 221 Intro to Accounting IACT 222 Intro to Accounting IIGAD 250 Business Communications (W)functional areas of business
5BSCIS Degree: Studying Computer Information science The Bachelor Science, Computer Information Science program provides the student with a strong foundation in computer science. The curriculum reflects current computing trends and incorporates current topics to enable a CIS graduate to be competitive in the marketplace.BSCIS entry level requirementsA grade of C or better in Calculus I & II - MTH 181/182,C+ in Business Math I & II - MTHA grade of C+ or better inCIS 260 Introduction to ProgrammingCIS 265 Data Structures and AlgorithmsStudying
6Honors for Academic Standards All undergraduate students must maintain a minimum cumulative grade-point average (GPA) of 2.0 to remain in good standing. If a student's cumulative GPA falls below 2.0, the student may be placed on academic probation or face academic dismissal.Almost all majors in the College require a grade of “C” or higher among courses within the majorMTH 148/149 & OSM 201/202 courses must be complete with a grade of “C” or higherHonors for Academic Standards(Semester GPA is 3.9 or above)(Semester GPA is 3.25 or above)(Cumulative GPA is 3.3 or above at graduation)
7Mandatory Advising Program Business Student Services: Preparing for GraduationAcademic AdvisingBusiness ScholarshipsStudent OrganizationsCareer ServicesTutoringComputer LabsNew ServiceMandatory Advising ProgramFor all first year students accepted into the College of Business• Each student assigned a specific Professional Advisor from the College of Business• Meet and Greet sessions with Major faculty/department staff• Develop a Graduation Degree Completion Personal Plan
8Business undergraduate advising Location: College of Business Building: BU 219, Second floorAdvising Teams:Ron Mickler & Eric Hinkle Majors: Accounting, Finance & Business EconomicsSarah Trask & Sarah HydeMajors: Computer Information Science, Information System & Business UndecidedJennifer Redmon & Maria Barone Majors: Marketing, International Business & Management/LRAnne Nelson & Randy Garcia Majors: Business Administration (General Business), Operations Supply Chain Mgmt.Advising is a partnership between student & advisor
9CLASS of 2016 May 14, 2016 - Celebrating Graduation