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2014-2015 University Catalog 
    
2014-2015 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

School of Management (Graduate)


 

Management

Website URL:

http://www.krannert.purdue.edu/

Department/School Head:

Thomas H. Brush

Admission Requirements:

Executive MBA Degree Program Qualifications/Requirements

  • A four-year undergraduate degree with a GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (flexibility possible with significant work experience);
  • A minimum of five years’ professional work experience (internships are not included as experience);
  • Current employment in a position of increasing responsibility;
  • Two recommendations, one of which should be from your immediate supervisor, if possible, and
  • An interview (face-to-face or via Skype) is required to ensure that our program is a good fit for you.

Master’s Degree Program Basic Requirements

  • Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT):
    Required

Additional International Applicant Requirements:

  • TOEFL for Non-Native English Speakers:
    Minimum Paper-Based Test (PBT) Score Required: 600
    Minimum Internet-Based Test (IBT) Overall Score Required: 93
    With the following minimum section requirements:
    Reading: 22
    Listening: 18
    Speaking: 22
    Writing: 20
  • IELTS (Academic Module):
    An alternative to the TOEFL, scores of 7.5 or higher will be accepted, with a 7.0 required per each section.
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE) (Academic Module):
    An alternative to the TOEFL, scores of 70 or higher will be accepted

Doctoral Degree Program Basic Requirements

  • Undergraduate Cumulative Grade Point Average:
    3.0 or equivalent required
  • Master’s Degree Completion:
    Preferred
  • Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT):
    Required – no minimum score set: however, a total score in the high 80 percentile or above is preferred

International Applicant Requirements:

  • Undergraduate Cumulative Grade Point Average:
    3.0 or equivalent required
  • Master’s Degree Completion:
    Preferred
  • Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT):
    Required – no minimum score set: however, a total score in the high 80 percentile or above is preferred
  • TOEFL for Non-Native English Speakers:
    Minimum Paper-Based Test (PBT) Score Required: 575
    Minimum Internet-Based Test (IBT) Overall Score Required: 77
    With the following minimum section requirements:
    Reading: 19
    Listening: 14
    Speaking: 18
    Writing: 18
  • IELTS (Academic Module):
    An alternative to the TOEFL, scores of 6.5 or higher will be accepted
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE) (Academic Module):
    An alternative to the TOEFL, scores of 58 or higher will be accepted
  • TWE for Non-Native English Speakers
    Not required, but recommended

Academic Programs:

Master’s and Ph.D. Programs
  • Executive M.B.A.
  • M.B.A.
  • M.S.
  • M.S.I.A.
  • Ph.D.
Concentrations (Areas of Study):
  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Global Supply Chain Management
  • Global Entrepreneurship
  • Management Information Systems
  • Operations Management
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Strategic Management
Combined Degree Programs: (Undergraduate Degree / Master’s Degree)
  • BSEE/MBA
  • BSIE/MBA Program
  • BSME/MBA
  • Comm/MSHRM
  • Health Sciences Pre-Professional
  • Economics Combined BS and MS Degrees/STEM
  • Krannert Combined Degree Program (MBA)
  • Management/MSHRM
Regular Graduate Faculty by Rank:
Professor

Constantinos Alexiou
Kemal Altinkemer
Mark E. Bagnoli
Subramanian Balachander
Thomas H. Brush
Michael A. CampionSuresh Chand
Alok Chaturvedi
Richard A. Cosier (please add to Professor list)
Prabuddha De
Mara Faccio
Annabelle Feng
Gregory S. Hundley
Ananth Iyer
Manohar Kalwani
Ellen Kossek
Yanjun Li
John J. McConnell
Elaine Mosakowski
Robert D. Plante
Byung-Tak Ro
F. David Schoorman
J. George Shanthikumar
Jen Tang
Mohit Tawarmalani
Susan G. Watts
Xiaoyan Zhang

Associate Professor

Bradley J. Alge
Brian Armstrong
Yong Bao
Chris Berger
Brian Dineen
Benjamin Dunford
Huseyin Gulen
Karthik Kannan
Matthew Lynall
Mohammad Rahman
William T.Robinson
Stefano Rossi
Charlene Sullivan

Assistant Professor

Adem Atmaz
Gemma Berenguer
Johnathan Black
Jilliam Carr
Wan Chiu
Matthew Chodkowski
Carolyn Curiel
TDatta SumoSumon Datta
Kimberly Fatten
Trevor Gallen
Hossein Ghasemkhani
Theodore Goodman
Patrick . Hoffman
Kateryna Holland
Yeejin Jang
Zheng Jia
Soojin Kim
Joon Lee
Jia Li
Qiang Liu
Mengshi Lu
Susan Lu
Fabrice Lumineau
Richard Makadok
Joseph Martocchio
Lawrence Mazur
Janakiraman Moorthy
Lin Nan
Jane Natt
Umit Ozmel
James Chet Reeder
Casey Rowe
Miguel Sarzosa
William Schroeder
Dave Scott
Pengyi Shi
Sangwoo Shin
Masha Shunko
Lynda Thoman
Deniz Yavuz
Chengdong Yin
Kenneth Younge
Cathy Zhang

Emeritus Faculty

John Carlson
Steve Green
Rao Kadiyala
Wilbur G.Lewellen
James Moore
Mark Moriarty
Herbert Moskowitz
Dan Schendel
Leroy Schwarz
Kwei Tang
Charles Tritschler

Economics

Website URL:

http://www.krannert.purdue.edu/academics/Economics/home.asp

Department/School Head:

Justin L. Tobias

Admission Requirements:

Doctoral Degree Program Basic Requirements

  • Undergraduate Cumulative Grade Point Average:
    3.0 or equivalent required
  • Master’s Degree Completion:
    Not required
  • Graduate Record Examination (GRE):
    Required - no minimum score set; however, a high quantitative score is expected (80 percentile or above)

Online MS Degree Program Basic Requirements

  • Undergraduate Cumulative Grade Point Average:
    3.0 or equivalent required, 2.75 will be considered for students possessing STEM degrees.
  • Graduate Record Examination (GRE):
    Required (apart from exceptional cases) - no minimum score set; however, a high quantitative score is expected (80 percentile or above). Students can request a waiver; such waivers will only be granted for highly qualified applicants.

Academic Programs:

Master’s and Ph.D. Programs

MS and PhD degree programs

Online/Distance Programs:

Online M.S. Program in Economics

Regular Graduate Faculty by Rank:

Professor

John M. Barron
Timothy N. Cason
David Hummels
Gerald J. Lynch
Stephen Martin
Justin Tobias
John R. Umbeck
Chong Xiang

Associate Professor

Yong Bao
Mohitosh Kejriwal
Kevin Mumford
Bill Novshek
Brian Roberson
Ralph Siebert

Assistant Professor

Timothy Bond
Jillian Carr
Trevor Gallen
Matthew Hoelle
Soojin Kim
Sandra Maximiano
Joe Mazur
Yaroslav Rosokha
Miguel Sarzosa
Anson Soderbery
Cathy M. Zhang

Emeritus Faculty

John Carlson
Rao Kadiyala
James C. Moore

Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management

Website URL:

http://www.krannert.purdue.edu/masters/programs/mshrm/

Department/School Head:

Thomas H. Brush

Admission Requirements:

Master’s Degree Program Basic Requirements

Completed Online Graduate School Application

  • All sections of the online application must be completed in order for the application to be submitted. Please note: The Diversity Fellowship Applicant Essay is not required for admission consideration to our programs. You are welcomed to complete the Diversity Fellowship Essay should you feel you meet the criteria for the Fellowship award. This Fellowship is awarded through the Purdue University Graduate School independently from your Krannert Master Programs admission process.

Essay Question

Full-Time MBA, One-Year MBA for STEM Professionals and Master’s Programs

  • One essay question must be completed within the online application. For ease of review, please include the essay question itself above the text of your question response. You are required to complete and submit the Statement of Purpose, along with ONE required essay(there is an optional essay).
    • Statement of Purpose (500 words max): Please submit a statement introducing yourself to the admissions committee. Some topics you may wish to discuss include:
      1. Brief academic and professional background
      2. Reason for seeking an MBA or Master’s degree at Purdue
      3. Desired career path after graduation
      4. Your thoughts on giving back as a student and as an alumnus
    • Required Essay: Integrity (500 words max): What does integrity mean to you? How does integrity relate to building communities of trust in academic, personal and professional settings? What expectation should Purdue have towards its students with regards to academic integrity? What consequences should students who do not uphold these standards face?
    • Optional Essay: (250 words max): If you feel there are any parts of your application that require additional explanation, or if there is any additional information you wish to share with the admissions committee, please use this optional essay as an opportunity to do so.

Weekend MBA

Two essay questions must be completed within the online application. For ease of review, please include the essay question itself above the text of your question response.
You are required to complete and submit the Statement of Purpose, along with TWO required essays(there is an optional essay).

Please describe your experience and/or philosophy as a leader, supervisor or team manager. What are some of the key challenges and successes you’ve had or expect to have? Limit your response to no more than 500 words.*

Team/Cohort Approach (600 words maximum): What are your expectations of a peer and team-based learning environment in which you go through the program with the same group of students? As part of your answer, please mention what skills you bring to working within such an approach, with an emphasis on how you best learn and how you help others learn.*

Additional Contributions (300 words maximum): If you feel there are any parts of your application that require additional explanation or if there is any additional information you wish to share to help us fully understand your application, please share that information within this essay.

Two Recommendations

  • Recommendations will only be accepted by submitting through the online application (no paper recommendations will be accepted). We prefer that recommenders be employers who are able to render an opinion on the basis of close, current, and sustained observation. We strongly urge (but do not require) that one recommendation be from your direct supervisor. Recommendations from friends, family members, acquaintances, and other sources unable to evaluate professional or academic qualifications for MBA study are not acceptable. No more than two recommendations are needed. We require your recommenders to submit the recommendations online (instructions to do so are provided within the online application). Please note that we will not receive your application until your recommendations have been submitted through the online application.

Academic Transcripts

  • Two official transcripts from each college or university you have attended as a registered student are required as part of your application. We request that the registrar enclose the transcripts in the institution’s standard business envelope, seal the envelope and sign across the seal of the envelope
  • If your college or university uses a 3rd party company (ie. Transcripts Network) as a platform to deliver your transcript, Purdue University will only accept the transcript as official if you use their e-transcript option. Please send to krannertmasters@purdue.edu. Transcripts sent to any other email will not be considered official. If you are unable to utilize the e-transcript feature you must go directly to your college or university’s registrar office to request an official sealed copy of your transcript to mail directly to our office.
  • MBA and Master’s Program applicants should send their transcript documents directly to the Purdue MBA and Master’s Programs Admissions Office, Rawls Hall, Room 2020, 100 S. Grant Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2076.

Official Test Scores

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is required for admission consideration for Krannert’s MBA and Master’s Program. The name of the program you are applying to is the ‘code’ required for reporting your GMAT score.

Reference the following:

  • Master of Business Administration, Full-Time
  • MBA for STEM Professionals
  • MS in Human Resource Management
  • MS (Finance)
  • MS (Accounting)
  • MS (Global Entrepreneurship Program)
  • MS (Global Supply Chain Management)
  • Master of Business Administration, Weekend
  • MS (Marketing)

Doctoral Degree Program Basic Requirements

  • Undergraduate Cumulative Grade Point Average:
    3.0 or equivalent required
  • Master’s Degree Completion:
    Not required
  • Graduate Record Examination (GRE):
    Required - no minimum score set, however a quantitative score in the high 80 percentile or above is preferred
  • Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT):
    Accepted

International Applicant Requirements:

  • Undergraduate Cumulative Grade Point Average:
    3.0 or equivalent required
  • Master’s Degree Completion:
    Not required
  • Graduate Record Examination (GRE):
    Required - no minimum score set, however a quantitative score in the high 80 percentile or above is preferred
  • Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT):
    Accepted
  • TOEFL for Non-Native English Speakers:
    Minimum Paper-Based Test (PBT) Score Required: 575
    Minimum Internet-Based Test (IBT) Overall Score Required: 77
    With the following minimum section requirements:
    Reading: 19
    Listening: 14
    Speaking: 18
    Writing: 18
  • IELTS (Academic Module):
    An alternative to the TOEFL, scores of 6.5 or higher will be accepted
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE) (Academic Module):
    An alternative to the TOEFL, scores of 58 or higher will be accepted
  • TWE for Non-Native English Speakers
    Not required, but recommended
  • TSE for Non-Native English Speakers
    Not required, but recommended

Academic Programs:

Master’s and Ph.D. Programs
  • M.S.
  • Ph.D.
Concentrations (Areas of Study):
  • Leadership and teams
  • Work, family, diversity, and personal life
  • Workplace fairness and justice
  • Employee selection
  • International Human Resources
  • Stress and burnout
  • Employer branding and recruitment
  • Counterproductive work behaviors
  • Workplace interventions, training, and employee engagement

Regular Graduate Faculty by Rank:

Professor

Mike Campion
Chris Earley
Steve Green
Greg Hundley
Ellen Kossek
Deborah Rupp
David Schoorman

Associate Professor

Brad Alge
Chris Berger
Brian Dineen
Benjamin Dunford
Christine Jackson

Assistant Professor

Deanna Kolar
Kelly Schwind Wilson

Emeritus Faculty

Richard Cosier

All School of Management Programs

Programs

    DoctoralMaster’s

    Courses

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