Global MBA Online Newsletter, School of Management, The University of Texas at Dallas

Welcome to the Global MBA (GMBA) Online Newsletter, published just before the start of a new semester. This is the 3rd issue and it includes information on a new teaching award and the process for nominating an outstanding online instructor, AACSB Accreditation, two new online courses offered this Summer, and a new information page for registered online students!We hope you find this newsletter useful. Please let us know if you have any questions about the online MBA and provide us your feedback about the newsletter.

George Barnes, Director, Global MBA Online Program

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Contacts

George Barnes
GMBA Director
gbarnes@utdallas.edu

Qin Fang
Instructional Development
Specialist
qfang@utdallas.edu

Teresa Harlow
Electronic Media Coordinator/GMBA Support
harlow@utdallas.edu

GMBA Registration
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GMBA Tech Support
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ailing Address:

The University of Texas at Dallas
School of Management - Advising Office
P.O. Box 830688, JO 53
Richardson, TX 75083-0688
Tel: (972) 883-2750
Fax: (972) 883-6425

Helpful Links

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School of Management

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Online Ordering of Textbooks

Schedule of Classes

Access Your Records

Graduate Catalog

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Global MBA Online Program
School of Management
University of Texas at Dallas

May 2002

AACSB International Accreditation

We are pleased to announce that the School of Management has recently received accreditation by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). We received business accreditation for the Undergraduate, Masters and Ph.D. Programs and separately received Accounting accreditation for our Accounting Programs. The School of Management was commended on its:

  • Remarkably well-managed dramatic growth in student credit hours, while, at the same time, upgrading the quality of faculty, de-emphasizing the operations research coursework in favor of management science and information systems, and reforming the Ph.D. in management science in the same direction

  • Embracing the technology explosion all around it in Dallas' telecom corridor, creating a specialized master's in administration and management science, with tracks in E-commerce, telecommunications management, and information technology

  • Laudable interdisciplinary approaches involving the life sciences and medicine, i.e. the master's program in medical management education and the double major in biology and business at the undergraduate level, and

  • Expansion of distance learning capabilities via the development of on-line versions of a number of courses, and via the reframing of the master's in international management into a global Executive MBA with an on-line distance-learning dimension.

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Online Teaching Award Nominations

Annually, the School of Management honors faculty members who did an outstanding job in teaching. For 2002, a fourth teaching award has been added to recognize effectiveness in the Global MBA Online Program. Please nominate an outstanding instructor for a course (or courses) taught in Fall 2001 and/or Spring 2002.

Please submit your nomination no later than May 20, 2002, at http://som.utdallas.edu/training/award.htm. Thank you in advance for taking the time and having the interest to recognize effective online teaching.

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New Global MBA Online Courses - Summer 2002

FIN6320, Money and Capital Markets, Dr. Peter Lewin
We live in an age of unprecedented prosperity and unprecedented change. Financial markets are an integral part of this. In this course we will learn that financial markets are crucial for the development of any economy. We will learn what they are and how they function. We will learn about different types of financial institutions, instruments and policy approaches. And we will learn how money fits in.

MIS6302, Strategic Impact of Information Technology, Dr. Dale Chisamore
The objective of this course is to prepare the student for making decisions in business about IT. An important ingredient in intelligent decision-making is to understand IT strategy and the role of IT within the organization. This course is designed to provide a balanced view of IT and management.

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Information Page for Registered Online Students

The information page contains information for registered students on obtaining logon information, accessing the online courses, buying textbooks, technical support, and links to course information and syllabi. We hope the information page will help you prepare to get started with your summer online courses!

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