Olivet College of Business wrapped up its Managerial Accounting II class with final exam in the format of case study questions. The final exam featured cases from five corporations by providing some of their financial information to students.
Olivet University's College of Business' strategy class delved into social responsibilities and ethics in strategic management. Professor Lisa Tolliver led the class to examine the relationship between business firms and society and presented issues in social responsibility and ethics.
Olivet College of Business will be offering its Business Strategy course for the 2014 Winter Quarter. The course focuses on analyzing and diagnosing business problems as well as developing and implementing effective strategic solutions.
Olivet University's MBA students involved with the the mid-point of the business college's finance class expressed their feelings as "being challenged and inspired." The course takes students into the deeper realm of financial accounting including theory and practice designed for use in real case scenarios.
Olivet College of Business will introduce a new course this Fall Semester for operations management. Taught by Dr. Neslihan Aydogan-Duda. The course will be an introduction to the concepts, principles, problems, and practices of operations management.
Students from the Olivet College of Business (OCB) traveled to different cities this summer to fulfill their ministry practice requirements with Olivet University's affiliated business ministries.
Olivet University's College of Business delves into the foundations of marketing, marketing goals, strategies and tactics considering Christian values for the 2013 spring quarter.
IT students from Olivet University's Information Technology College participated in the AdTech conference held at San Francisco's Moscone Center.
Olivet University's College of Business (OCB) is revamping its library to reflect the changing needs of students in how they use the facility as well as the recent curriculum development efforts.
As the Spring quarter approaches, Olivet University's College of Business (OCB) is planning a series of workshops led by Christian industry professionals to provide its students with diversified learning opportunities designed to enhance and enrich their educational experience in and out of traditional classroom environment.
Ministry Practicum students from Olivet University's College of Business (OCB), are merging ideas and practice with the University's R&D department.