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IBEAR Faculty

The USC Marshall IBEAR faculty is made up of leading scholars from a diverse array of business backgrounds and academic disciplines. Each is dedicated to building a truly unique experience for IBEAR students. Some IBEAR professors also teach in USC Marshall's other MBA programs, bringing their vast experiences to the IBEAR MBA classroom. The program's faculty functions as one team with a common objective - developing and refining your critical thinking, problem solving, communications and leadership skills. They meet regularly to coordinate materials, review content, and evaluate your progress.

To learn more about the USC Marshall IBEAR MBA faculty members, follow the links below:

Term 1:

Arif Ansari
Data and Decision Models
Thomas W. Lin
Accounting Concepts & Financial Reporting

Richard Eastin
Microeconomics for Management
Terry Wolfe
Strategic Formulation for Competitive Advantage

Term 2:

Thomas W. Lin
Accounting Control Systems
Fatemeh Ibrahimi Nazarian
The Firm in the National & International Economy

Julia Plotts
Corporate Finance
Dennis Schorr
Marketing Management

Term 3:

Terry Wolfe
Managerial Perspectives (Leadership)
Vincenzo Quadrini
International Trade

CW Park
Global Marketing
Jonathan Yormark
Operations Management

Term 4:

Carl Voigt
Strategic Issues for Global Business
Marina Kotsianas
International Business Consulting Project

Omar El Sawy
Managing Global E-Business

Term 5:

Michael Coombs
Negotiation and Deal Making
Marina Kotsianas
International Business Consulting Project

Arif Ansari
Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence & Data Mining

Marshall Spotlight

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For Dhiraj Malik, the USC Marshall School of Business IBEAR MBA was not so much a stepping-stone as a “personal turn around.” He had been working in India and the Middle East in sales and marketing for over ten years, but at the age of 34, felt that life was too predictable. “Wanting something more was what prompted me to take a break and attend IBEAR,” he explained. “I thought, there’s got to be something more that I could do.”