Research explores use of accounting information in managerial decision-making, with an emphasis on strategic performance measurement systems and employee performance reward systems. Recipient of Katz teaching award.
The MBA/Master of International Development joint degree is offered jointly through the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs(GSPIA) and the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business. Through a variety of courses in international business and international affairs, the program provides students with the administrative, managerial, and financial skills necessary for business, as well as an understanding of the international economic, political and cultural processes that shape the international business environment. The program is suitable for students preparing for a career that might involve working in government agencies concerned with international business or in firms that have significant cross-border activities that area affected by government regulation and inter-governmental agreements.
The basic requirements for GSPIA joint-degree programs are that students must:
Upon formal admission to MBA/MID program, a student must fulfill the following requirements in order to receive the MBA portion of the joint-degree:
Year One, Fall Term - 18 credits
Year One, Spring Term - 18 credits
Year Two - 3 credits