George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology

Volume 1: 2019.2020

Effective 1 June 2019 through 31 May 2020

Please see the Graduate Catalog Archives for PDF versions of past catalogs.


  • Business, Rich Dippel, chair
  • Management, Eric Rhiney, chair
  • Mathematics and Computer Science, Martha Smith, chair

Simone Cummings, dean

George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology website (external to catalog)

Please refer to the Accreditations and Licensures section of this catalog for specialized accreditations that may apply to programs in the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology.


To prepare students for career success in an increasingly globally integrated business and technological economy utilizing a student-centered, real-world approach.


To be a leading institution of business and technology education by providing students with the academic and professional preparation needed to achieve upward career mobility.


Respect - A culture of respect facilitates highly positive interactions between and among students, staff, faculty and other stakeholders.

Knowledge - Knowledge allows us all, regardless of the role we serve, to maximize our capacity for achievement.

Potential - Every individual has the potential to succeed.

Diversity and Inclusion - Diversity in all its forms enriches the education experience--both in and out of the classroom.

Global Perspectives - Students with global perspectives will be better prepared to serve the organizations and communities in which they live and work.

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