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Master of Business Administration?

John B. Stevens, SPHR
MBA Director
School of Business
Phone: (716) 375-7662
Fax: (716) 375-2191
Email: jstevens@sbu.edu

What Can I Do With This Major?
St. Bonaventure's MBA program is offered at the Olean campus and at the Buffalo Center in Hamburg.

Master of Business Administration

Only 5% of business schools worldwide are accredited by the Association for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business.
 
St. Bonaventure's School of Business is proud to display the AACSB seal, signifying accreditation at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
 
This assures that you're getting a top-quality education, and it tells employers that you're ready to perform from day one.
 
What's more, we're in the business of preparing our students to be not only truly outstanding professionals, but truly outstanding people as well. You'll develop skills and insights to help you compete in the global economy while learning to make decisions rooted in moral and ethical values that define our Franciscan tradition.
 

Flexible programs, two campuses

St. Bonaventure's MBA program is designed to meet the needs of the busy consumer. We offer our program in three formats – part time, full time and weekends only – and at two locations: our main campus in Olean, N.Y., and at our Buffalo Center on the Hilbert College campus in Hamburg, N.Y.
 

  • PART-TIME FORMAT: Classes are generally held once a week in the late afternoon or evening at the main campus in Olean.
  • FULL-TIME FORMAT: Classes are generally held once a week in the late afternoon or evening at the main campus on a semester basis. Students with the appropriate academic background may be able to complete degree requirements in one year.
  • WEEKEND FORMAT: Classes are held on Friday evening from 6 to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Buffalo Center. Students take one course at a time in five weekend modules.

Students typically enter the program at the beginning of the fall or spring semesters.

Students with appropriate academic background may be able to complete degree requirements in 15 months. Most students, however, are able to complete degree requirements in approximately two years.
 

We're ready to serve you

We invite you to learn more about the MBA Program and to join the next class of enthusiastic and committed students who are becoming extraordinary at St. Bonaventure University.

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McCannon, Bryan

Titles/Responsibilities Associate Professor, Economics
Chair, Department of Finance
Academic School
School of Business
Academic Department Finance
Contact Information Phone: (716) 375-2145
Email: bmccannon@sbu.edu 
Website: http://faculty.sbu.edu/bmccannon
Office Location/Hours 206B, Swan Business Center

 

Courses Taught
  • ECO 101-01. Microeconomic Principles
  • ECO 101-02. Microeconomic Principles
  • ECO 101-03. Microeconomic Principles
  • ECO 101-04. Microeconomic Principles
  • ECO 313. Intermediate Microeconomics
Academic Degrees
  • Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University, 2003, Economics
  • B.A., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1998, Economics
Other Education
Professional Background
  • Associate Professor, St. Bonaventure University, 2011-present
  • Visiting Scholar, University of Sassari, 2010
  • Hough Family Fellow, 2008-10
  • Assistant Professor, Wake Forest University, 2007-11
  • Assistant Professor, Elmira College, 2003-07
  • Graduate Lecturer, Pennsylvania State University, 2000-03
Accomplishments
Teaching Philosophy
Current Research Interests/Projects
  • Excessive Labor Raiding (2008), Economica 
  • Differentiating Between First and Repeat Offenders (2009), Contemporary Econ Policy 
  • Can the Majority Lose the Election? (2009), Review of Economic Design 
  • The Median Juror and the Trial of Socrates (2010), European J. Political Economy 
  • Homicide Trials in Classical Athens (2010), Int. Review of Law and Economics 
  • Jury Size in Classical Athens (2011), Kyklos 
  • The Distortion of Criminal Evidence (2011), Journal of Economic Policy Reform 
Other Interests/Community Involvement
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