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    ANISFIELD SCHOOL OF BUSINESS OCTOBER 10, 2007 ANISFIELD SCHOOL OF BUSINESS OCTOBER 10, 2007 Presentation Transcript

    • ANISFIELD SCHOOL OF BUSINESS OCTOBER 10, 2007 Academic Success for New ASB Students
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Welcome to ASB – Now, Work Hard to Stay Here
      • GPA Gate @ 48 Credits http://ww2.ramapo.edu/asb/conven.aspx
        • 2.5 ≤ GPA You’re in!!
        • 2.3 ≤ GPA < 2.5 Automatic Probation (16 Credits)
        • 2.0 ≤ GPA < 2.3 Appeal or Explore Another Major
        • GPA < 2.0 Choose Another Major outside of ASB
      • Don’t Bite Off More Than You Can Chew
        • No More Than 16 Credits
        • Avoid Higher Level Courses
        • Be Realistic about School/Work Schedule
      • Study, Study, Study
        • Two Hours of Study per Hour in Class
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • At the First Sign of Trouble – Take Action!
      • Professor
      • Advisor
      • Add/Drop
      • Center for Academic Success, 2 nd floor, E-wing
        • http://guide.ramapo.edu/CAS/
      • Dean
      • Course Withdrawal
      • Re-think Your Major http://ww2.ramapo.edu/asb/conven.aspx
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • You are in Charge of Your Academic Career – Manage it
      • Study the Program Guide for Your Major/Concentration
        • http://ww2.ramapo.edu/asb/conven.aspx
      • Run a Degree Evaluation/Audit After Each Semester
        • http://www.ramapo.edu/webresources/webstudent.html
      • Meet with Your Advisor Before You Register Again
        • Advisor assignment can be found on your Degree Evaluation
      • Transfer Students: Resolve Status of All Transfer Credits
        • Kim McDonough, ASB227, 201-684-7376, kmcdonou@ramapo.edu
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • There’s Time to “Lock Into” a Major – Don’t Waste it
      • Sessions Like This
      • Talk to Everyone (Students, Profs, Advisors, etc.)
      • ASB Academic Clubs
      • Internships & Part Time Jobs
      • Self Assessment
      • Keep an Open Mind
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Good Luck
      • You’re Not Alone ….But You’re in Charge
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students * Convener
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Accounting
      • Accounting Major Program- 7 Required Courses
      • Intermediate Accounting I & II
      • Federal Tax I & II
      • Cost Accounting
      • Auditing
      • Advanced Financial Accounting
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Accounting
      • The Dynamic Field of Accounting
      • The field of accounting has seen constant technological and intellectual innovation
      • Accounting is very team oriented
      • Networking and new business development is part of your job
      • Accounting offers superb career opportunities
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Accounting
      • Changing Role of the Accounting Professional
      • People no longer associate accounting with death, taxes and bad news….it is an exciting and dynamic profession
      • The increasing complexity of corporate transactions requires the constant input of the accountant
      • The world of management accounting is evolving
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Accounting
      • Careers in Accounting
      • Both financial and career opportunity is growing in the public and private sector
      • Auditing-Independent and Internal
      • Budget Analysis
      • Management Accounting
      • Financial Analysis
      • Tax-private and government
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Information Systems
      • WHAT is IS?
      • The Information Systems (IS) major program involves the study and application of technology resources (i.e., hardware, software, databases, telecommunications), people and procedures and their use in modern organizations.
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Information Systems
      • IS Major Program
      • Five required IS courses + Four electives
      • Programming in Visual Basic
      • Database Management Systems
      • Networks and Distributed Processing
      • Systems Analysis and Design
      • Managing Information Systems
      • IS Minor Program
      • Four required IS courses + One elective
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Information Systems
      • Changing Role of IS Professional
      • Once considered a technical specialist, today the IS professional operates as an internal consultant to all functional areas of the organization
      • Knowledgeable about the organization’s needs and competent in bringing the power of IS to bear throughout the organization
      • Views issues through a global perspective
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Information Systems
      • Careers in IS
      • Computer/IT Analysts
      • Programmers
      • Chief Information Officer (CIO)
      • Network Administrators
      • Internet career opportunities
      • Security and fraud detection and prevention
      • Support Services (hardware, software, user training, Web administration)
      • Operations
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Business Administration - Finance
      • provides students with a comprehensive overview of corporate financial principles.
      • exposes students to rigorous quantitative financial methods and techniques, and an introduction to capital theory.
      • explains how financial markets and institutions interact to allocate capital and manage business and personal financial risks. 
      • teaches students how financial managers participate in the global economy and use forecasting tools and techniques to plan their businesses more efficiently. 
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Finance Concentration
      • Required Finance Courses:
      • Corporate Finance II and Capital Formation
      • Elective Courses: (Choose 4)
      • Financial Markets And Institutions
      • Econometrics
      • Financial And Economic Forecasting
      • Commercial Bank Management
      • Securities And Investments
      • Risk Management And Insurance
      • Multinational Finance
      • Advanced Topics In Finance
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Careers in Finance
      • Financial Analyst
      • Stock Broker
      • Money Manager
      • Real Estate Analyst
      • Banking and Risk Manager
      • Foreign Exchange Manager
      • Journalist (Print, cable and Internet)
      • $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Economics
      • Economics is a social science that studies the motivations, incentives and constraints on individuals in market transactions. These actions by individuals influence the allocation of scarce resources.
      • Uniqueness of economics
      • Broader scope of inquiry than traditional business disciplines
      • Strong analytical skills
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Economics
      • Major—nine classes
      • 2 Principles classes—macro and micro
      • 2 Intermediate classes—macro and micro
      • Five Electives Out of a Choice of 10
        • Money and Economic Activity Econometrics
        • American Economic History International Economics
        • Comparative Economic Systems Economics and the Law
        • Economics of the Sports Industry Political Economy of Global Capitalism
        • Economic Development Labor Economics
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Economics
      • Minor in economics—six classes
      • 2 Principles
      • 2 Intermediate
      • 2 Electives
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Economics
      • Careers
      • President and CEO
      • Market analyst
      • Purchasing Agent
      • Financial analyst
      • Economic Development Officer—Public sector
      • Preparation for Graduate School
      • PhD in economics
      • MBA
      • Law School
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Economics
      • Opportunities outside of the classroom
      • Raciti Scholarship
      • Federal Reserve Challenge Team
      • Omicron Delta Epsilon
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Major in International Business
      • International Business deals with the pursuit of business ventures abroad
      • Majors in International Business acquire the ability to analyze the economic, political, and social climates of the world’s diverse regions, are capable of managing global business operations
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Requirements of the IB major
      • One foundation course (Fund' of IB)
      • One advanced IB course
      • One geographical concentration, including:
        • Two geographical study courses
        • Two foreign language courses
      • One business concentration (3 courses)
      • One international fieldwork experience
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Requirements of the IB minor
      • One foundation course (Fund' of IB)
      • One business course
      • One liberal arts course
      • Two options:
        • Two foreign language courses OR
        • An additional business/lib' arts course
      • One international fieldwork experience
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Major in International Business
      • Career Possibilities:
      • Manager, international aspects of a business function (international marketing, HRM, finance, etc)
      • Manager, international NGOs
      • Importing/Exporting professional
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Business Administration - Marketing
      • Marketing …is the process of developing mutually-beneficial exchange relationships between buyers and sellers. Marketing includes:
      • understanding consumer motivations
      • advertising, promotions, public relations, and sales
      • distribution & transportation
      • pricing
      • retailing: in-store and on-line
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Marketing coursework includes:
      • Five required courses:
      • Marketing Principles & Practices
      • Consumer Behavior
      • Integrated Marketing Communication
      • Marketing Research
      • Marketing Management
      • Three electives selected from: International Marketing, Retail Management, Sales Management, B2B Marketing, E-Marketing, Entrepreneurship, New Product Development, & Advanced Topics
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Career Possibilities in Marketing include:
      • Sales (of anything …)
      • Advertising & marketing communication
      • Internet marketing
      • Brand management
      • Retail management
      • New product development
      • New venture/entrepreneurship
      • Non-profit/social marketing
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Business Administration - Management
      • The Management program at Ramapo prepares well-rounded individuals for leadership roles in the corporate world and advanced studies in the field by providing contemporary and thematic courses in organizational behavior, human resources management, and production systems.
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Management
      • 4 required Management courses + 4 electives
      • Business Communication
      • Human Resources Management
      • Production and Operations Management
      • Research and Readings in Management (Capstone)
      • Management
      • Changing Role of Management Professional
      • Synergistic contemporary issues
        • Ethics, Multi-cultural and diversity, Technology, and strategic issues
      • Multi-dimensional managers
      • Life-long learners (Ref. Peter Drucker)
        • Continuous requirements for learning and un learning
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Management Career Opportunities
      • Managers are everywhere!
        • Government, Education, and Private Industry
        • Line supervisors to the CEO
      • Sample Occupations
        • Human Resources Generalist, Benefits Administrator, Contract Administrator
        • Operations Manager, Inventory Control Specialist, Hotel/Motel Manager, Branch Manager
        • Consultant, Researcher, Entrepreneur
        • Public Relations Specialist, Information Systems Manager, Advertising Account Executive
    • Academic Success for New ASB Students
      • Anisfield School of Business Website
      • http://ww2.ramapo.edu/asb/