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  • Grad Business — Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
    their program with a short intensive session which generally runs early August through early September Applications are accepted on a rolling basis Your application is due no later than April 1 You are encouraged to submit your materials as soon as possible The following items are required to complete your application for admission 1 CSU Mentor Application Please read the step by step instructions on how to apply through CSU Mentor The application for admission is completed and submitted via the CSU Mentor website Note A non refundable fee is required for the admissions office to process your application The fee may be paid online or sent directly to the Admission Office 2 Interfolio Application Please submit the following documents through the appropriate link to the program which you are applying to via the Interfolio website http apply interfolio com 30548 Current Resume Personal Statement Confidential Letters of Recommendation optional 3 Official transcripts from all previous colleges universities attended Please send directly to the Admissions Office Admission Office Cal Poly State University San Luis Obispo CA 93407 0031 Note Transcripts are not needed from students who received their undergraduate degree from Cal Poly and have not attended any other colleges

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  • Grad Business — Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
    Graduate Student Stats Testimonials Recruiting Companies Directory Contact Us OCOB Degree Programs MSA Tax Protected Student Login Grad Business MSA Tax Curriculum Admissions Requirements Faculty FAQ Apply Now Student Login This content is password protected To view it please enter your password below Password Recent News Graduate Program Fair Cal Poly Announces New Masters Program in Business Analytics Graduate Program Fair New MS in Business Analytics Now Accepting Applications More

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  • Grad Business — Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
    Partnerships Instructor Rodney Mock Rodney Mock A recognized tax scholar Professor Mock has published Wall Street Journal Interview numerous tax law and policy articles in the areas of tax practice and procedure international estate and gift partnership and corporate taxation rmock calpoly edu Martin J Skrip Martin J Skrip Marty is a Managing Director at WTAS a national tax consulting firm with over 500 professionals located in 14 offices throughout the US Marty works in the Corporate Tax Practice David P Hering David P Hering David is a partner in KPMG LLP s Washington National Tax Corporate practice and is based in Silicon Valley Jeffrey Baron Jeffrey Baron effrey is a Tax Partner with over 15 years of Big 4 public accounting experience His primary focus is on the delivery of corporate tax consulting tax compliance and tax accounting services to Fortune 500 companies in several industries Rachel Harding Rachel Harding Rachel has around 3 years of public accounting experience most of which have been focused on corporate taxation for companies in various industries including technology software life science consumer products and manufacturing companies GSA 548 Advanced Individual Tax Planning Instructor Herb Hunt Herb Hunt Dr Hunt is currently a Professor of Accounting who teaches income tax law and financial accounting hghunt calpoly edu Kyle Gotcher Kyle Gotcher Kyle graduated from California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting Matt Watson Matt Watson Matt graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy and a Master s Degree in Taxation from Brigham Young University Utah He worked for PriceWaterhouseCoopers before returning to California s Central Coast GSA 537 State and Local Taxation Instructor Eddy Quijano Eddy Quijano Mr Quijano has functioned in various positions with the Orfalea College of Business since 2003 including service as an Associate Professor Chair Accounting and Law Area and Director MSA Taxation Program equijano calpoly edu George Famalett George Famalett George is a Tax Partner in the NorCal tax practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Current responsibilities include market leader for the Northern California State and Local Tax practice WINTER QUARTER 2016 Speaker s BUS 320 Federal Income Tax for Individuals Instructor Rodney Mock Rodney Mock A recognized tax scholar Professor Mock has published Wall Street Journal Interview numerous tax law and policy articles in the areas of tax practice and procedure international estate and gift partnership and corporate taxation rmock calpoly edu Brian Rose Brian Rose Brian is a Tax Partner in the Los Angeles office of Deloitte Tax LLP within the firm s national Strategic Tax Review practice Jennifer Malin Jennifer Malin Jennifer is a Senior Tax Consultant in Deloitte Tax LLP s Los Angeles practice Jim Marocco Jim Marocco Jim Marocco is the Corporate Controller for Google Inc a 50 billion Fortune 100 information and technology company BUS 320 Federal Income Tax for Individuals Instructor Rodney Mock Rodney Mock A recognized tax scholar Professor Mock has published Wall Street Journal Interview numerous tax

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  • OCOB - Student Ambassadors Directory
    of the Orfalea College of Business Eating Goshi s Sushi or My Thai at Kennedy Library Kayjing Chua Major Industrial Technology and Packaging Concentration Packaging Graduation Date Spring 2017 Committee Marketing Favorite Part of the Orfalea College of Business Learn by doing and all of the opportunities we re given as Orfalea students Lindsey Elliot Major Business Administration Concentration Marketing Graduation Date Spring 2016 Committee Marketing Chair Favorite Part of the Orfalea College of Business The amazing professors as well as the hands on experience that OCOB has to offer Cara Emard Major Business Administration Concentration Finance Graduation Date Spring 2016 Committee Group Development Chair Favorite Part of the Orfalea College of Business The people we re surrounded by resources Kelly Harding Major Business Administration Concentration Finance Graduation Date Spring 2017 Committee Tours Favorite Part of the Orfalea College of Business The students and faculty make coming to the business school everyday easy I love that I can t walk down the halls without seeing a familiar smiling face Vincent Hennessy Major Business Administration Concentration Accounting Graduation Date Spring 2016 Committee Tours Chair Favorite Part of the Orfalea College of Business Having the opportunities to network with business professionals starting my first year on campus Kristen Henry Major Business Administration Concentration Marketing Graduation Date Spring 2016 Committee Executive Engagement Favorite Part of the Orfalea College of Business The dedicated professors and the incredible professional and networking opportunities it has provided me Briana Hernandez Major Business Administration Concentration Management and Human Resources Graduation Date Winter 2018 Committee Group Development Favorite Part of the Orfalea College of Business I love the variety of workshops Career Fairs and other other learn by doing events that are hosted by OCOB Tom Howell Major Business Administration Concentration Marketing Graduation Date Winter 2017 Committee Marketing Favorite

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  • OCOB - Student Ambassador Question
    Statement Student Ambassadors Business programs are accredited by AACSB Student Ambassador Question Name E Mail Topic Majors Concentrations Clubs Campus Life Tours After College Employment Other If you would like to contact a specific Ambassador please specify here Message Recent News Paul Orfalea Speaks to Students on Campus Visit Cal Poly Faculty Receives 400 000 Grant to Study Economy of Local Food Cal Poly Students Rank High at Construction Management

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  • OCOB - Staff Directory
    Resources and Labs E mail jemenake calpoly edu Phone 805 756 5129 Office 03 300 Joe keeps the computer networks networking and the servers serving Katherine Ganakis Admin Coordinator E mail kganakis calpoly edu Phone 805 756 1385 Office 03 401 Katherine coordinates administrative support services for the Orfalea College of Business Justin Gomez Academic Advisor E mail ngomez13 calpoly edu Phone 805 756 5356 Office 03 100 Justin provides intrusive advising and coaching services for at risk students He coordinates the Leadership Program for Diversity and Inclusion and provides support for the Cal Poly Scholars in Business Frank Gonzales Assistant Director Computing Resources Labs and Media Communications E mail fgonza02 calpoly edu Phone 805 756 1685 Office 03 208 Frank provides instructional technology consultation computer resource systems administration web development specialized instructional media as well as learning management systems support for the Cal Poly Orfalea College faculty staff and students Mary Kelting Assistant Dean of Advancement External Relations E mail mkelting calpoly edu Phone 805 756 5177 Office 03 453A Chelsea Kidwell Career Readiness Advisor E mail clkidwel calpoly edu Phone 805 756 5304 Office 03 106 Chelsea supports college wide career initiatives by streamlining communication and collaboration between Cal Poly Career Services Cal Poly business clubs employers and alumni in order to develop and implement new programs that prepare business students to compete for in demand positions Raymond Kisch E mail rgkisch calpoly edu Phone 805 756 2058 Office 21 126 Robyn Kontra Communications Specialist E mail rkontra calpoly edu Phone 805 756 5331 Office 03 453 Robyn facilitates communications to alumni industry partners donors media and students from the Orfalea College of Business and its academic areas Kris McKinlay Assistant Dean E mail kmckinla calpoly edu Phone 805 756 2912 Office 03 454A Katelyn O Brien Academic

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  • OCOB - Doug Cerf
    asassociate dean of the Orfalea College of Business for six years and was responsible for undergraduate programs Dr Cerf teaches intermediate and advanced accounting courses Dr Cerf has been a visiting professor at the following universities Bren Graduate School of Environmental Science and Management at the University of California at Santa Barbara Copenhagen Business School and Politecnico di Milano Dr Cerf s recent research focuses on accounting and financial management to support sustainability accounting guidance that impacts the public interest as well as information disclosure on environmental labeling Recently he co authored publications in Creating Sustainable Work Systems and the Encyclopedia of Sustainability His articles have also appeared in the following journals Issues in Accounting Education American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Professor Practitioner Case Program Journal of the Academy of Business Education Journal of Marketing Education Management Accounting and Managerial Finance The Accounting area at Cal Poly offers a number of programs including a bachelor s degree program in Accounting a Master of Science in Accounting with an emphasis in taxation and an emphasis in financial accounting Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program and the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic Dr Cerf received his MS and PhD in economics and accounting respectively from the University of California at Davis He earned his BS in Business Administration from the University of California at Berkeley Dr Cerf joined the faculty at Cal Poly in 1990 Doug enjoys the outdoors especially Lake Tahoe and Yosemite He is an avid cyclist and swimmer Education BS Business Administration University of California Berkeley MA Economics University of California Davis Ph D Accounting University of California Davis Experience Area Chair Accounting Are a Orfalea College of Business Cal Poly Associate Dean and Director of the Undergraduate Program Orfalea College of Business Cal Poly Accounting Area Advisory Board Orfalea

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  • OCOB - John Dobson
    accepted a permanent faculty position in the finance department of the University of Mississippi in 1989 He joined the finance faculty here in the Orfalea College of Business at Cal Poly in the fall of 1990 Since receiving his Ph D Dobson has published two books and over fifty scholarly articles Most of these publications have explored the connections between the theories of financial economics and moral philosophy This exploration has centered primarily on the behavioral assumptions that underlie financial economic theory These assumptions traditionally depict human behavior in a relatively narrow conceptualization of opportunistic self interest Dobson explores the extent to which such assumptions are either descriptively accurate or prescriptively desirable His research explores ways in which these behavioral assumptions that form the foundation of much of financial economic theory can be enhanced in order to make them both more descriptively accurate and more prescriptively i e ethically desirable More recently Dobson has expanded his research focus to include not just ethics theory but also aesthetics theory Specifically he is investigating the extent to which the traditional theories of the firm in financial economics can be integrated with recent postructural invocations of business activity as essentially as aesthetic pursuit This research builds on a growing body of literature that endeavors to overcome the ontological barriers that have traditionally separated economic notions of human activity from moral and aesthetic notions In addition to various research projects relating to behavioral finance and financial ethics Dobson is currently working on a book that attempts to integrate economic theories of the firm with broader notions of the nature and purpose of business activity These broader notions are derived from the now extensive body of literature on business ethics particularly virtue ethics theory and from postructural social theory as it relates to conceptualizing human

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