2017-2018 Graduate Catalog 
    Feb 29, 2020  
2017-2018 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


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Anne Smith, Department Head
Lindsay Mahony, Interim Assistant Department Head
David Williams, Ph.D. Program Director
Cheryl Barksdale, M.S. Program Director

Crook, T.R. (First TN Foundation Professor), PhD – Florida State
Leap, T. (Lawson Professor), PhD – Iowa
Mangum, S., (Dean and Stokely Foundation Leadership Chair), PhD – George Washington
Miller, A. (William B. Stokely Chair of Management), PhD – Washington
Morris, M.L. (Associate Dean and Skinner Professor), PhD, CFLE – Tennessee
Ragozzino, R. (Haslam Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation), PhD – Ohio State
Smith, A.D. (King and Judy Rogers Professor in Business), PhD – North Carolina (Chapel Hill)

Associate Professors
Munyon, T., PhD – Florida State
Williams, D., PhD – Georgia State

Assistant Professors
Gras, D., PhD – Syracuse
Samba, C., PhD - Houston

Adeleye, I., PhD – University of Manchester
Barksdale, C.D., PhD – Tennessee
Carson, S.A., MBA – Tennessee
Cowell, E.L., PhD – Tennessee
Graves, T.H. (Senior Lecturer), MS – East Tennessee State
Greene, H., MBA – Tennessee
Jacobs, J. (Senior Lecturer), PhD – Tennessee
Mackey, D.L. (Distinguished Lecturer and McKamey Scholar), PhD – Tennessee
Mahony, L., MBA – Washington State
Seat, J.E., PhD, PE – Tennessee
Williamson, S., MBA – Barry
Youngs, L., MBA – Tennessee

Adjunct Faculty
Lance, A., MBA – Dayton

Emeriti Faculty
Ladd, R.T., PhD – Georgia
Stahl, M.J. (William B. Stokely Distinguished Professor of Management), PhD – Rensselaer Polytechnic

Business Administration MBA
  Entrepreneurship and Innovation concentration  
Management Human Resources MS
Business Administration PhD
    Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Organizations concentration  

The human resource management program prepares students to work as HR generalists or specialists. Topics covered include job analysis, the recruitment and selection of employees, employee training and development, performance appraisal, the management of compensation and benefit plans, employee occupational health and safety, labor-management relations, and strategic HR. The program combines social/psychological elements with an understanding of current employment law.

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