As she prepared to enter her doctoral program at FIU Business, Sharla St. Rose contemplated the work ahead of her. “A dissertation in three years–that’s going to be a tough challenge,” said St. Rose, who will continue her role as vice president of voluntary benefits at NPF Corporate Services as she studies. “The program won’t […]
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FIU College of Business launches inaugural DBA program.
FIU’s College of Business will introduce its first Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program, designed for top-level executives looking to achieve the highest level of academic and professional success. The program will begin in Fall 2018 at the Modesto Maidique Campus. The DBA is designed for executives with an MBA or Master’s degree and substantial […]
Marakas family gift supports a new level of doctoral student collaboration at FIU Business.
Since his days as a doctoral student at FIU, George Marakas has seen magic happen when doctoral students from different disciplines get together: innovative scholarship, new ideas, and, in a nod to the Beatles, a “Lennon and McCartney” kind of creative energy. And, from his own experience, Marakas knows that these students benefit when they […]
Faculty Notes: February 2014
Faculty Notes February 2014 School of Accounting David W. Barman (JD ’05), instructor, was the guest speaker at the Aventura Inventors and Entrepreneur Group meeting on February 11, 2014. His topic was “Intellectual Property Law for the New Entrepreneur.” Manny Pravia (MST ’92), adjunct, presented a Federal Tax Update at the Cuban–American CPA Association Annual Tax […]
Faculty Notes: January 2013
David R. Klock, dean of the College of Business and Ryder Eminent Scholar Chair in Business, was profiled in an article titled “Digital Debrief: David Klock getting down to Business,” which appeared in the Business Monday section of The Miami Herald on February 4, 2013. He also was featured in an article titled “3 Leaders […]