May 9, 2020
New Dean Announced!
Dr. Terry Daugherty from University of Akron (UA) has been selected as the new Dean of Indiana State University’s Scott College of Business. Dr. Daugherty is currently the Interim Associate Dean and Director of Graduate Programs at UA’s College of Business Administration. He succeeds interim dean, Dr. Jack Maynard. He starts his new positition on July 1.
More information at https://www2.indstate.edu/news/news.php?newsid=5354
MBA Dual Credit Program
The dual credit program allows undergraduate Scott College of Business students to take graduate level courses during their senior year. The intent of the program is to give these students the opportunity to satisfy up to six credit hours (two courses) toward the MBA program curriculum by allowing them to take the graduate level equivalent (500 level) of their regularly planned senior level (400 level) courses. For example, if a senior is planning to take FIN 400, this program allows the student to take FIN 500 (the graduate level equivalent) instead. As long as the student receives a grade of “B” or higher, the course will count as an elective on the student’s MBA program of study.
In order to qualify for participation in the dual credit program, a student must:
- Be a Scott College of Business major;
- Have senior standing or earned at least 91 credit hours; and
- Have a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
If the student is not entering the MBA program right away, these dual credit courses are valid for up to seven years!
Dual Credit Form (must be completed and processed prior to the start of the semester)
University COVID-19 Links
Main Indiana State COVID-19 page - Contains general information as well as specific information for students, their families, faculty and staff
Options for Course Grading - Most students will have the option of changing from A-through-F letter grades to Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) grades for the Spring 2020 semester
Residential Life - FAQ for students
Sycamores Care - Relief funds for students
Digital Downloads - Zoom backgrounds and more from Marketing
The Department of Accounting, Finance, Insurance, and Risk Management (AFIRM) has produced it's Spring 2020 newsletter. All of us here want to share the newsletter's parting words "We want to end this newsletter by letting you know we are here for you. We realize the challenges we all face going through this difficult time. We also know that if we work together as a Sycamore Family, we can rise to any crisis. The faculty and staff want to applaud you in making this difficult transition. Your determination and dedication are a testament to your exemplary dedication. Please stay safe and well."
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