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  • Faculty Resources — Writing Center — Carthage College
    Lab offers printable handouts on hundreds of common writing issues Look here for clear explanations to give your students information on documentation and practice exercises An extremely helpful site Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities This site recommended by our own expert Diane Schowalter offers strategies for recognizing and working with learning disabled students Designing Classroom Materials University of California Berkeley Students with Disabilities Program University of California Berkeley Student Accessibility

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  • Mary Preston — English at Carthage — Carthage College
    for her senior project and I had to write a manuscript for mine The partnership resulted in Prof Preston having a book of published poetry titled All the Queen s Horses upon graduation from her graduate program Since then her work has been featured in the Solitary Plover Pleiades Verse Wisconsin and the Journal of the Association for the Research on Mothering Her series of poems titled 16 Mothers was featured last spring in the H F Johnson Gallery of Art as a part of the exhibit Creating in the Wild Zone The exhibition celebrated Women s History Month and showcased creative work by female faculty members at Carthage In 2011 Prof Preston received a nomination for the Jade Ring Award Her poem To My Friend Sutje In Thailand was chosen as an honorable mention from 200 submitted works Since she first came to Carthage in 2002 the most noticeable change that Prof Preston can see is the growth in numbers both of faculty and students She says that the spirit of the College though hasn t changed As a professor primarily of Heritage Studies and secondarily of the English Department the major changes that she has seen are to the Heritage curriculum and the initiation of the Visiting Writers Series within the English Department Prof Preston says that a major strength of the English Department is that the professors are cohesive and work well together Opportunities to work with Writers in Residence such as Richard Meier and travel to Stratford Ontario for the Shakespeare Festival each year she says are very positive and important experiences for English majors Her favorite classes to teach are Heritage and Creative Writing She loves that the freshmen she encounters in Heritage are still excited about experiencing college life The curriculum is challenging she

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  • A Word From the Department — Business Administration Department — Carthage College
    profitable in a changing world Some things never change People have always sought safety security and relationships Organizations have always needed to be managed Tomorrow s business leaders need to understand how customers and employees are motivated and how to manage them When new markets emerge they need to be evaluated with an understanding of the enduring principles of market behavior When new corporate divisions are created they need to be organized with knowledge of individual behavior and organizational theory When new conflicts of interest arise managers need a solid foundation in both ethical and legal principles In other words Heraclitus and Solomon are both correct Communications tools change but there s always demand for people who can communicate clearly The Generally Accepted Accounting Principles get revised but companies always need people with quantitative skills to manage their finances At Carthage College students choose a specific area of business such as Accounting or Marketing while studying a common foundation in economics accounting functional business areas and management In addition to the common foundation and specific area courses nearly 60 percent of their education comes from a wide variety of liberal arts areas including history religion psychology philosophy fine arts foreign

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  • Faculty — Business Administration Department — Carthage College
    in Racine Wis He Read more Colleen O Brien Assistant Professor of Business Administration Lentz Hall 240 carthage edu 262 551 5876 Professor Colleen O Brien joined Carthage in 2009 after having served as an adjunct faculty member at Carthage and the University of Wisconsin Parkside Prof O Brien s career includes more than 22 years Read more Jan Owens Associate Professor of Business Administration Clausen Center 239 carthage edu 262 551 2111 Professor Jan Owens joined the Carthage faculty in 2006 She has a Ph D and M B A from the University of Wisconsin Madison and a B A and M L S from the University of Rhode Read more Michael Phegley Associate Professor of Business Administration Clausen Center 214 carthage edu 262 551 2116 Faculty advisor for the Carthage Mock Trial Team and the Phi Alpha Delta Pre Law Fraternity Professor Michael Phegley is a practicing attorney with Phegley Laufenberg Jensen a practice that Read more David Schlichting Associate Professor of Business Administration Clausen Center 221 carthage edu 262 551 5836 Professor David Schlichting came to Carthage in 1997 from Marquette University where he was a member of the accounting faculty since 1986 He earned his Ph D in business from the Read more Joseph Shields Assistant Professor of Business Administration Lentz Hall 238 carthage edu 262 551 5886 Professor Joseph J J Shields teaches courses in marketing and business management at Carthage He has worked for several major corporations including Miller Brewing Co ABB Robotics and Snap on He earned Read more Alexander Tiahnybok Assistant Professor of Business Administration Straz Center B12B carthage edu 262 551 2160 Professor Alexander Alex Tiahnybok came to Carthage in 2007 as an adjunct faculty member He joined the Business Administration faculty full time in 2009 He also teaches courses in

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  • Courses — Business Administration Department — Carthage College
    covers planning organizing controlling leading staffing decision making and problem solving in contemporary organizations public private and not for profit reviews foundations of management thought and managerial processes that lead to organizational effectiveness Prerequisite MGT 1110 and ACC 2000 or ACC 2010 Fall Spring MGT 3210 Financial Management SOC 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Joseph Wall This course focuses on three primary areas One is gaining an understanding of the capital markets and how those markets work to value corporate securities The second area is how financial managers make decisions about the target capital structure for their firm and the dividend policy that would support that capital structure The third area is the method s by which prospective investments in property plant and equipment and working capital are evaluated Some limited attention will be given to the special problems confronting financial managers in multinational organizations Prerequisite ACC 2000 or ACC 2010 and BUS ECN 2340 Fall Spring MGT 3300 Operations Management SOC 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Mark Miller A survey of major management systems and quantitative techniques used in manufacturing and service operations Subject matter will address Operations Strategy Product Process Design Quality Management Inventory Management including MRP and JIT Project Management and other related topics Prerequisite MGT 3120 and BUS ECN 2340 or MTH 3050 Fall Spring MGT 3400 Human Resource Management SOC 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Mark Miller An examination of significant behavioral research influencing human resource management General survey of personnel administration functions and management labor relations Prerequisite MGT 3120 Fall Spring MGT 3600 Legal Environment of Business SOC 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Michael Phegley This is an introductory general survey course of American legal principles and their application to the business world Students will develop an understanding of the legal system the litigation process and the ethical considerations attendant to making important business decisions Areas of study will include contracts torts property business organization employment law discrimination crimes the Constitution and the regulatory process Oral and written analysis of case law will be utilized to help students appreciate understand and explain multiple points of view regarding the legal environment of business Prerequisite Junior Standing Not open for credit to students who have taken MGT 3650 Fall Spring MGT 3610 Accounting Law 2 credits 2 credits Instructor Michael Phegley An overview of legal concepts covered on the CPA exam including the Uniform Commercial Code agency relationships property and bailments wills trusts and estates sales and lease of goods title risk and insurable loss secured transactions bankruptcy negotiable instruments transfer of liability electronic funds transfers liability of accountants and accounting ethics Students cannot receive credit for this course and MGT 3650 Prerequisite MGT 3600 MGT 3650 Business Law for Accountants 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Michael Phegley This course will provide students majoring in accounting with an overview of the legal concepts necessary to successfully complete the CPA exam This course will focus on the Uniform Commercial Code contracts negotiable instruments sales and secured transactions

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  • Requirements — Business Administration Department — Carthage College
    Programs Senior Theses Student Organizations Student Voices Business Major Minor Requirements The Department of Business Administration at Carthage College offers majors in accounting management finance and marketing and minors in business administration Click on an area below to see the requirements for each program Majors Accounting Management Finance Marketing Minor Business Administration Minor Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic Calendar Take the

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  • Requirements — Accounting — Carthage College
    skills necessary for lifelong learning and career advancement Graduates of the accounting program must be able to Demonstrate knowledge of business terminology and theories both in general business and specific to accounting Select and apply appropriate technology for analysis research and presentation Work as effective members of a team Demonstrate critical thinking skills in decision making and problem solving Demonstrate appropriate oral and written communication skills Please note Current students should follow the printed version of the College Catalog and work with their advisors and the department chair to ensure all requirements are met Accounting Major Take all ACC 2010 Financial Accounting ACC 2040 Cost and Managerial Accounting or ACC 2020 and ACC 2050 ACC 3010 Intermediate Accounting I ACC 3020 Intermediate Accounting II ACC 4010 Advanced Accounting ACC 4020 Auditing MGT 4900 Business Policies Senior Seminar MGT 1110 Introduction to Business and Technology MGT 3650 Business Law for Accountants or MGT 3600 and MGT 3610 MGT 3210 Financial Management BUS ECN 2340 Applied Statistics for Economics and Management ECN 1010 Principles of Microeconomics ECN 1020 Principles of Macroeconomics Choose one ACC 3060 Individual Taxation ACC 3090 Business Taxation Students who plan to sit for the Uniform CPA Examination in

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  • Finance Requirements — Finance — Carthage College
    I ECN 1010 Principles of Microeconomics ECN 1020 Principles of Macroeconomics ECN 3200 Money and Banking ECN 3290 International Finance MGT 1110 Introduction to Business Technology MGT 3120 Principles of Management MGT 3210 Financial Management BUS ECN 2340 Business Statistics MGT 4050 Security and Portfolio Assessment MGT 4900 Business Policies Senior Seminar Choose one MGT 3600 Legal Environment of Business MGT 3650 Business Law for Accountants Choose one ACC 3020

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