It may be the most popular course for grad students at the Fisher College of Business and it's one of the most talked about: Negotiations with Associate Professor Robert Lount. Professor Lount is nationally-regarded as an expert in negotiation and organizational behavior-- and he sat down with us to share more about his background, the course outline, and why he thinks the course resonates so strongly with students in all graduate programs at Fisher.
"Diversity" was not a word you'd hear-- or see with your eyes-- often in business schools when they were first established. Schools were filled with people holding similar backgrounds and viewpoints -- and no understanding of how attainment of diversity can help an organization succeed (let alone create greater good).
Fast-forward to 2016 at the Fisher College of Business. In addition to various recruitment and retainment efforts aimed at making the school representative of the world outside its doors, diversity is infused into the curriculum. A popular class, taught by Professor David Greenberger and Associate to the Dean Francisco Gomez-Bellenge, is Managing Diversity. Both are proud of this unique class and what it offers students-- and share their insight below.
As you focus on an upcoming application deadline, you may be planning to submit all of your application materials at the same time.
If you’re looking to pursue a graduate degree in business, you may automatically think about an "MBA." This may be all you know about graduate business degree options.
You may not be aware of specialized graduate business degree options - these advanced graduate degrees in business provide you with deeper exposure, education, and training in a specific area of business. Specialized graduate degree programs in business are numerous - you'll find programs that provide specialization in subjects such as accounting, finance, human resources, logistics, management, data analytics, etc. The list is long. Because there are differences within each type of degree program, note that the differences listed below are generalizations for full-time programs and may not always be true in every single instance.
Good news! The application is now live for 2017 enrollment terms for all Fisher graduate business programs, including the Full-Time MBA, Master of Accounting, Master of Human Resource Management, Master of Finance, Working Professional MBA and PhD programs.
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Some people start their applications early whereas others apply later in the process. Many current Fisher graduate students applied in the later rounds. We want to update you on upcoming deadlines for each of the Fisher graduate programs.
The Ohio State University was founded in 1870 as a land-grant university and ninth university in Ohio with the Morrill Act of 1862 - it was originally known as the Ohio Agricultural and Mechanical College. About 45 years later, the Fisher College of Business (then known as the College of Commerce and Journalism) was founded in 1916.