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Hutchins, Teresa D. – American Journal of Business Education, 2015
This paper describes the transition that the Anisfield School of Business of Ramapo College of New Jersey made from a conventional Writing Across the Curriculum approach to a Writing Across the Business Core approach. The impetus for the change is explained as well as the creation and design of the program. The document driven program is analyzed,…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Writing Across the Curriculum, Content Area Writing, Curriculum
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Eisner, Susan – American Journal of Business Education, 2015
Literature finds mentoring to be a substantive, enduring practice in widespread arena, and among the attributes associated with career success and satisfaction. This paper provides a tangible mentoring model that has been operational for several years, and which applies what the literature proscribes to higher education academic settings. The…
Descriptors: Mentors, Faculty Development, Success, Participant Satisfaction
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DeSimone, Frank; Buzza, John – American Journal of Business Education, 2013
This article deals with a subject that is extremely important to the success of future graduates of any college or University--specifically Critical Thinking and Decision Making. Our article explains the research results and observations of critical thinking research conducted at two different colleges in the fall semester of 2011. The research…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Undergraduate Students, Business Administration Education, Critical Thinking
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Ahlawat, Sunita; Miller, Gerald; Shahid, Abdus – American Journal of Business Education, 2012
This paper describes our efforts to integrate liberal learning principles in a capstone course within the overwhelmingly career-focused discipline of accountancy. Our approach was based on the belief that business and liberal learning courses are complementary, rather than competitive, elements of a well-rounded education. The ability to deal with…
Descriptors: Accounting, Integrated Activities, General Education, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Handlin, Amy – American Journal of Business Education, 2012
This paper describes an ethics module developed by the author to engage marketing research students during the fall semester, when they are bombarded by political polls. The module matches ethically questionable polling practices to similarly troubling practices in marketing research. The goals are to show that ethical principles are not topic- or…
Descriptors: Marketing, Ethics, Scientific Research, Teaching Methods
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Andreopoulos, Giuliana Campanelli; Panayides, Alexandros – American Journal of Business Education, 2010
Economics is usually perceived as a difficult subject among undergraduate students and the literature suggests that the student's problems with principles of economics are mainly related to the chalk and talk type of teaching, the simplicity of economic models, limited discussions on current economic issues, and on race, gender, and other types of…
Descriptors: Economics Education, Educational Principles, Undergraduate Students, Introductory Courses
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Hughes, Diane Y. – American Journal of Business Education, 2010
This paper is a brief explanation of one method used to engage student participation and facilitate learning in an upper level business law course.
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Law Related Education, Learner Engagement, Accounting
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Andreopoulos, Giuliana Campanelli; Panayides, Alexandros – American Journal of Business Education, 2009
Economics is usually perceived as a difficult subject among undergraduate students with negative repercussions on their performance. The literature suggests that the students' problems with principles of economics are mainly related to the style and method of teaching together with the course content. Particularly attacked are the chalk and talk…
Descriptors: Economics Education, Teaching Methods, Grade Point Average, Introductory Courses