College of Business Administration

An education-abroad trip to China this past summer got Kent State University student Garmai Matthew started on the path to actualizing her dream of promoting sustainable fashion. Matthew, an economics major with an international business and Chinese minor, along with five other Kent State students collaborated on research projects with students from Hebei Normal University in the Shijiazhuang Province of China during a three-week, field-experience trip.

Kent State University’s College of Business Administration is one of the nation’s most outstanding business schools according to The Princeton Review’s “Best 296 Business Schools: 2015 Edition.” The Princeton Review survey asks business school students about their school’s academics, student body and campus life, as well as about themselves and their career plans. “The Best 296 Business Schools: 2015 Edition” has two-page profiles of the schools with write-ups on their academics, student life and admissions.

Scholar of the Month
Deepraj Mukherjee
Assistant Professor
College of Business Administration
Kent State University at Stark
2012-present

Deepraj Mukherjee is an assistant professor of economics in the College of Business Administration at Kent State University at Stark. His research focuses on international trade, development, macroeconometrics and cross-cultural issues.

Kent State University’s College of Business Administration has signed an agreement establishing a joint project with the U.S. Commercial Service to promote U.S. exports by locating a U.S. Export Assistance Center at the university. The U.S. Commercial Service is part of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration. 

Scholar of the Month
Ran R. Barniv
Professor of Accounting
College of Business Administration
1990-present

Scholar of the Month
Pratim Datta
Associate Professor of Management and Information Systems and Director of the Ph.D. Program
College of Business Administration
2007-present

Pratim Datta is an associate professor in the Department of Management and Information Systems and director of the Ph.D. Program at the College of Business Administration. His research examines global technology and supply chain management in the areas of user experience, design, security and deployment.

Kent State University’s College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Business Administration will host a co-lecture, “The Political Economy of the Arab Uprisings,” to be given by two of Northeast Ohio’s experts in Middle East politics and political economy on Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. in Room 483 of the College of Business Administration Building, home of Kent State's College of Business Administration.

Kent State University’s School of Communication Studies and College of Business Administration offer an opportunity to obtain two degrees at once: a Master of Arts in Communication Studies (M.A.) and a Master of Business Administration (MBA), beginning this fall.

This unique dual-degree program is particularly attractive for managers, professionals and Bachelor of Arts students looking to enhance their communication skills to influence business in emerging global markets, while also developing skills to augment their own professional careers.

Kent State University’s College of Business Administration was recently recognized by the Sales Education Foundation as a 2014 Top University for Professional Sales Education.

Ellen Daniels, faculty member of the College of Business Administration at Kent State, said this is quite an accomplishment. 

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