Business Administration

Olivia Lee, D.B.A.

Visiting Instructor of Marketing
Regina Hall, Room 318
Academic: 
  • D.B.A. Cleveland State University
  • M.B.A. Cleveland State University
  • B.B.A. Cleveland State University
Phone: 
216.373.6348
Email: 
olee@ndc.edu

Software Development Minor

 

19 Credits

 

Student Learning Outcomes:

Students completing the minor in Software Development will:

Demonstrate competency in programming specific to their chosen track

Design programs/applications according to accepted principles of software engineering

 

Core: 13 Credits

IS 222 Programming Logic and Design

MA 332 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics

IS 235 Software Engineering

IS 336, 337 C++ Programming and Lab

 

Michael J. Rusek, M.B.A

Visiting Instructor in Accounting
Administration Bldg. - Room 434
Academic: 
  • M.B.A Cleveland State University
  • B.A. Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
Phone: 
216.373.5428
Email: 
mrusek@ndc.edu

Vahid Zardoost, M.S.

Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems
Administration Bldg. - Room 433
Academic: 
  • M.S. George Washington University
  • B.S. Economics
Phone: 
216.373.6380
Email: 
vzardoost@ndc.edu

Kevin Casey McCullough, M.S.

Assistant Professor of Software Development
Administration Bldg. - Room 442
Academic: 
  • M.S., B.A. University of California, Berkeley
Phone: 
216.373.5365
Email: 
cmccullough@ndc.edu

Anthony J. Mauceri, M.B.A.

Assistant Professor of Management and Human Resources
Administration Bldg. - Room 458
Academic: 
  • M.B.A. Case Western Reserve University
Phone: 
216.373.5303
Email: 
amauceri@ndc.edu

Pamela Phillips, M.B.A.

Assistant Professor of Finance
Administration Building, 4th Floor, Room 430
Academic: 
  • M.B.A. Ashford University
  • B.B.A. Cleveland State University
Phone: 
216.373.5338
Email: 
pphillips@ndc.edu

Advanced Corporate Finance

Course Prefix: 
BU
Course Number: 
400
Course Credits: 
3

This course expands on the fundamentals of corporate finance and introduces students to integrated financial analysis and issues relating to investment decisions, financing decisions, pay-out estimations and borrowing and leasing alternatives. Modern financial markets and instruments such as options and derivatives are examined as well as dividend and retention decisions to optimize shareholder value. The subject s of risk management, diversification and valuation also will be addressed.

Finance Major

Program Outcomes:
The Finance major prepares a student for a career as a financial professional. The program emphasizes a combination of studies in accounting, economics and mathematics to make financial decisions. Students will be introduced to financial theory, concepts and practices in financial management.  Students will be prepared for financial management in fields such as banking, insurance, financial planning and analysis, real estate, government. In addition, students will be prepared for graduate studies in finance.

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