College of Business

College of Business

College of Business November 21, 2011 Departmental Structure At the present time, no separate departments Previous departmental structure Management, Marketing, and Computer Information Systems Accounting and Finance Office Systems and Business Education Enrollment (803) Bachelor Associate Accounting (161) Computer Information Systems (42) Entrepreneurship (61) Finance (74)

Management (151) Marketing (99) Ski Area Management (8) - Undeclared, etc. (65) MBA (35) plus ? 8 in winter Computer Information Systems (22) General Business (29) Health Information Processing (41) Office Information Assistant (12) Certificate Office Services (3) Faculty Composition 17 tenured

Accounting (4) CIS (2) Entrepreneurship (1) Finance (2) Management (6) Marketing (2) 4 tenure track CIS (1) Entrepreneurship (1) Finance (1) Marketing (1) 4 continuing contract Associate Degrees (2) CIS (2) Term

Accounting (1) 2yr Business Law (1) 2yr Marketing (1) Taxation/Accounting (1)- 3yr MBA 40 35 30 25 20 MBA enrollment 15 10

5 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Computer Information Systems 120 100 80

BCIS enrollment (4yr) CIS enrollment (2yr) BCIS degrees (4yr) CIS degrees (2yr) 60 40 20 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

2012 2013 Degrees Awarded 1200 1000 800 CoB enrollment CoB degrees 600 400 200 0 2005 2006 2007

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Fall 2011 Faculty Data ACT CIS ENTR # Faculty (FTE) 6 (6.41) 5 (4.17) # Course

16 19 Total Credit Hours 64 48 SCH 2126 1374 656 Majors 161 42 (4yr) 22 (2yr)

SCH per FTE 286.9 4 year Majors per faculty 26.8 MGT 2 (2) 8 (8.33) FIN MKT 3 (3.08) 4 (4) 29 9

14 116 36 56 1993 785 1552 61 151 74 99 265.8 328 332.2

254.9 310.4 8.4 30.5 18.9 24.7 24.8 Strategic Growth - MBA MBA enhancement One tenure-track faculty line to cover MBA expansion Area of expertise International Business & Health Care Administration Strategic Growth - MBA NMU Road Map Innovation Goal Goal: An academic curriculum that balances successful programs with new offerings at the undergraduate and

graduate level to meet the needs of students, as well as improve student career opportunities A1. Integrate global engagement and diversity learning experiences throughout the academic curriculum. A4. Explore and act upon opportunities to expand programs in nursing and allied health to meet the growing demand for professionals in health care and related fields. A5. Explore and act upon graduate programming (certificate, masters doctoral) in areas of recognized strengths, needs, and opportunities International Business Integrate global and diversity learning experiences into the business curriculum (A1) Respond to increasing competition from peer business schools (LSSU-establishing intl business major; MTU-strong intl business emphasis in curriculum) Improve the level of preparation of our graduates Increase partnerships with programs outside the U.S. Health Care Administration Marquette County is the health care hub of the U.P. Meets the growing demand for professionals in health care and related fields (A4) Government Bureau of Labor Statistics: Masters in health care administration is the standard credential for the field

Projected that health care administration will grow 16% by 2018 The business of the health industry is approximately 17% of the US GDP (OECD Health Data 2009). This is up from 13.6% in 2000. A steady increase for the future is undeniable. There is a need for business professionals to lead and manage the industries supporting and involved in the health industry. Thank You !

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