About the Master of Business Administration Programs
International Context Tours
The MBA, PMBA, and MBATC programs culminate in an international trip that provides context for the program from an international perspective. You’ll analyze the social, cultural, political, and technological aspects of doing business in a global environment.
The Power Lunch series invites business leaders from around the world to present on their area of expertise, providing invaluable networking opportunities for MBA students.
Delta Mu Delta
Delta Mu Delta is the business honor society, recognizing and encouraging academic excellence. Members have access to a valuable network of business professionals, allowing for expanded business contacts and employment opportunities.
As an MBA student, you'll have access to 2 state-of-the-art centers designed to enrich your educational experience.
Westminster graduates are part of an expansive professional network of alumni stretching across the globe.
For questions about the MBA programs at Westminster College, contact William Shiflett, MBA program director, or Deborah Marzano, MBA and MBA in Technology Commercialization program advisor.
For questions and information related to admissions, including information about transcripts and transferring credits, contact the program's enrollment coordinator in the Graduate Admissions Office, Lauren Erlacher.
For questions and information related to courses, registration, or timelines for the Project-Based MBA program, contact the student support advocate, AJ Kerns.
Student Support Advocate
Graduate Advising and Co-Curricular Programs Director
Graduate Business Programs Operations Director
Meet the Faculty
Susan Arsht, Ph.D
Dick Chapman, Ph.D
Chelsea Dye, J.D.
Chari Farr, MEc
Pt Assistant Professor
Michael Glissmeyer, Ph.D
Vicki Graham [Whiting], Ph.D
Rick Haskell, Ph.D
Dara Hoffa, MAcc
Dax Jacobson, Ph.D
Brian Jorgensen, Ph.D
Mike Keene, Ph.D
Lauren Lo Re, MBA
Michael Mamo, Ph.D
Alysse Morton, Ph.D
Rob Patterson, MBA
Hal Snarr, Ph.D
John Watkins, Ph.D