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Faculty of Business Presentation to the Board of Trustees February 18, 2010 Faculty of Business Presentation to the Board of Trustees February 18, 2010

Brief Agenda • • Importance of Accreditation Impact of Accreditation Our FOB programs and Brief Agenda • • Importance of Accreditation Impact of Accreditation Our FOB programs and their successes Students Community Research Summary

The mission of AACSB International is to advance management education worldwide through accreditation and The mission of AACSB International is to advance management education worldwide through accreditation and thought leadership 3

 • Focus: – Global standards for accredited institutions – Ensuring high quality educational • Focus: – Global standards for accredited institutions – Ensuring high quality educational programs – Continuous improvement – International reputation for quality programs/school • AACSB accreditation is achieved by less than 5% of business schools worldwide 4

 • Attract top quality students – Key search term for prospective students • • Attract top quality students – Key search term for prospective students • Attract top quality faculty • Strategic directions – research, continuous improvement • “Encourages” deployment of resources 5

FOB Mission(Draft ) • The mission of the Faculty of Business is to create FOB Mission(Draft ) • The mission of the Faculty of Business is to create and disseminate research of value to our stakeholders and through teaching to provide undergraduate and graduate programs that develop innovative, articulate and ethical managers with the leadership skills and professional achievements to succeed in a global business environment. 6

FOB Vision(Draft ) • To be recognized by our stakeholders as a disseminator of FOB Vision(Draft ) • To be recognized by our stakeholders as a disseminator of quality research and as a provider of valuable business knowledge and skills. 7

Assurance of Learning Goals Problem solving Communication skills Ethical decision making Integrative thinking Quantitative Assurance of Learning Goals Problem solving Communication skills Ethical decision making Integrative thinking Quantitative literacy Core knowledge 8

Our programs • BAcc • BBA • MAcc (Co-op option) • IMAcc (Co-op option) Our programs • BAcc • BBA • MAcc (Co-op option) • IMAcc (Co-op option) • PMPC – Business • MBA • CAS – • MBA (ISP) Certificate in Administrative Studies (Co-op option) • MSc in Management 9

Enrolment Undergraduate programs Incoming Enrolment YEAR 2005 Accounting Coop 125 Accounting Reg 63 Business Enrolment Undergraduate programs Incoming Enrolment YEAR 2005 Accounting Coop 125 Accounting Reg 63 Business Coop 142 Business Reg 190 Total 520 2006 2007 176 55 172 143 546 161 82 146 145 534 without IELP with IELP 2008 2009 196 72 169 120 557 216 78 185 128 607 216 108 185 147 656

Enrolment Graduate programs – Fall 2009 Program MBA ISP IMAcc MBA MAcc MSc Grad Enrolment Graduate programs – Fall 2009 Program MBA ISP IMAcc MBA MAcc MSc Grad total PMPC CAS TOTAL New 79 28 42 0 15 172 31 2 205 Returning 45 0 46 18 10 121 0 0 121 Total Offers Outstanding 2010 2009 124 115 65 28 38 23 96 3 1 18 n/a 27 1 0 293 31 33 20 2 20 0 326

Student development • • Co-op programs/BCDO Student exchanges SEPP program Faculty of Business student Student development • • Co-op programs/BCDO Student exchanges SEPP program Faculty of Business student clubs – – – BSA – GSC Competitions Student orientation Ongoing student activities Open House 12

Community/Alumni involvement – Distinguished Leader – Faculty of Business Executive Excellence Award – Dean’s Community/Alumni involvement – Distinguished Leader – Faculty of Business Executive Excellence Award – Dean’s Lecture Series – FOB Alumni Golf Tournament – Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative (CSRI) – Advisory Council 13

Research – Two Chancellor’s Chair for Research – Significant increase in Tier 1 and Research – Two Chancellor’s Chair for Research – Significant increase in Tier 1 and Tier 2 publications – Outstanding young faculty – Tri-Council grants • SSHRC • NSERC 14

What’s next? • • • Decanal search Maintenance of Accreditation Research activities Student quality What’s next? • • • Decanal search Maintenance of Accreditation Research activities Student quality Space!? !! 15

Benefits of Brock ü High quality education ü AACSB International accreditation ü ICAO Accounting Benefits of Brock ü High quality education ü AACSB International accreditation ü ICAO Accounting accreditation ü CMA Accounting accreditation ü ü Exceptional faculty with top international researchers International educational experience ü Students from China, India, Saudi Arabia and many other countries from around the world ü Faculty with international teaching, research and professional experience ü Relevant Canadian work experience ü Co-op placements and career development skills ü Obtain an open work permit under the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program, with no restrictions on the type of employment and no requirement for a job offer. The duration of the work permit has been extended to three years across Canada ü Canadian Experience Class – a proposed new avenue for immigration for certain foreign student graduates with Canadian work experience ü Respected professional designations ü CFA, CMA

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