• About the Paseka School of Business

Paseka School of Business

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  • About the Paseka School of Business

    Mission Statement: We provide a quality business learning experience designed to prepare students for successful and responsible careers.  Faculty intellectual contributions are focused on the practice and teaching of business and management.  Through involvement in professional activities, the faculty also serves students, the University, and the community.

    AACSB logoAACSB Accreditation: The Paseka School of Business maintains the prestigious AACSB International accreditation for excellence in business education, a distinction held by less than five percent of the world’s business schools. As one of the leading business programs in the region, its curriculum consists of a unique blend of theoretical and practical, real-world insights taught in state-of-the-art multimedia classrooms and computer labs.

    Advantages in the Paseka School of Business

    • The Center for Business is home to the Paseka School of Business and includes 11 classrooms, two student study rooms, a student lounge, and three computer labs.
    • Accounting faculty members hold certificates as Certified Public Accountants (CPAs), Certified Managerial Accountants (CMAs) and Certified Internal Auditors (CIAs). The faculty members also have relevant work experience in public accounting, including work in audit, consulting, and taxation.
    • Business Administration faculty members hold highly respected professional designations, for example, Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) and Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA ®).
    • Over 90% of the Paseka School of Business faculty members hold terminal degrees in the field in which they teach and are Academically Qualified, which requires an ongoing peer-reviewed publication record.
    • A number of members of the faculty provide consulting services to businesses on an ongoing basis.
    • Many faculty members also generously give their time to the community by providing professional services on an ad-hoc, volunteer basis.
    • The faculty is engaged in scholarly activity. Their research can be found in peer-reviewed journals, proceedings, and presentations.
    • MSUM's business classes are relatively small, averaging 40 students at the introductory level and 30 students at the upper level, giving students the personal attention they deserve.
    • Peer tutoring is available for students to improve classroom work as well as to increase personal and professional skills.
    • Students may participate in organizations that can provide opportunities for meeting students with similar interests, learning more about accounting and business careers, and developing leadership skills.
    • Internships are strongly encouraged because potential employers look favorably on work experience, and some employers use internships as a tool for recruiting full-time employees.
    • Numerous scholarships are awarded annually to Paseka School of Business majors.

    Scholarly Achievement Plan