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FAU College of Business Faculty
One of the strongest attributes of the Florida Atlantic University Professional and Executive MBA is the highly esteemed and experienced faculty. Classes are taught using a balanced blend of case-studies, real-world examples and strong academic theories, making the crucial real-time link between the classroom and industry.
The faculty members in the Program are selected from the nearly 90 full-time faculty in the College of Business. Selection criteria include excellence in teaching, consulting, research, and publication.
What makes FAU College of Business faculty special?
They have earned doctoral degrees from the nation's most prestigious AACSB accredited universities, such as Harvard, Wharton School, Northwestern, MIT, Columbia, Chicago, NYU, and Michigan.
Consulted with Fortune 500 firms, small businesses, and government; published numerous texts and articles in leading academic business journals, such as: Accounting Review, Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, Accounting Horizons, Journal of Accounting Research, Financial Review, Financial Management, Journal of Financial Research, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Retailing, Journal of Consumer Marketing, International Marketing Review, Journal of Business Research, Public Opinion Quarterly, Columbia Journal of World Business, International Business Studies.
Published articles in the most widely recognized practitioner-oriented business and trade journals such as: Harvard Business Review, Journal of Accountancy, Business Horizons, Long Range Planning, Marketing News, American Demographics, The CPA Journal, Journal of Taxation, Financial Executive, Banker's Magazine, Bank Marketing, Productions and Inventory Management, The Financial Planner, The Personnel Administrator, The Development Journal.
Faculty teach in the Executive MBA Program because they are interested in the practical world of business and appreciate its emerging opportunities and difficulties. They see great needs in business and society for more effective managers and are excited about exchanging ideas during lively discussions with future business and government leaders. In short - they enjoy the special challenges of teaching working adult students!
Faculty from other universities may at times participate in the Executive MBA Program for their special insights and unique skills/knowledge. Guest speakers from industry and government may also be invited to lecture.