SPECIALIZATION: SHINGO LEADERSHIP AND ENTERPRISE

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SPECIALIZATION: SHINGO LEADERSHIP AND ENTERPRISE
MBA
JON M. HUNTSMAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS | UtahStateUniversity
SPECIALIZATION: SHINGO LEADERSHIP
AND ENTERPRISE EXCELLENCE
MBA
SPECIALIZATION:
SHINGO LEADERSHIP AND
ENTERPRISE EXCELLENCE
The Master of Business Administration
with a specialization in Shingo Leadership
and Enterprise Excellence creates value for
business professionals by giving them the
knowledge and skills to leverage the principles
and behaviors of enterprise excellence as part
of a strategic, focused approach for achieving
sustained business results.
The Shingo Model™ has been developed and
refined at Utah State University over the past
27 years and is an internationally recognized
standard for enterprise excellence.
The Shingo Model™
Our MBA program utilizes the Shingo Model™ to help students learn a new
way of thinking about value creation and what differentiates organizations
that have experienced sustained improvement and consistent delivery of
success to their stakeholders. The competencies learned in the Shingo
Leadership and Enterprise Excellence specialization courses represent a
highly desired set of skills. MBA students who develop proficiency in the
principles of enterprise excellence and the Shingo ModelTM will be well
positioned to lead organizations committed to continuous improvement and
sustainable value creation, and to advance rapidly in their careers. Students
completing this specialization will also be awarded a Shingo certificate of
completion.
Innovative,
Value-Added
Program
The framework for the MBA with the
Shingo Leadership and Enterprise Excellence
specialization consists of:
• 18 credits of a foundational curriculum, designed
to give students a grounding in business
fundamentals, and
• 17 credits of specialization courses that examine
the application of enterprise excellence in
all aspects of the enterprise and the Shingo
Model™.
All Huntsman MBA programs are
fully accredited by the Association to
Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
International (AACSB International), which
“fosters the attainment and maintenance
of excellence in undergraduate and
graduate business education.”
Admission Requirements
In order to apply for the MBA program,
you must have the following:
• An undergraduate degree
• Minimum GPA of 3.0 or higher on your last
60 semester or 90 quarter credits
• 6 years of managerial leadership experience
preferred
All applicants who have a minimum of 6
years of managerial leadership experience
are automatically granted a waiver of
the entrance exam. An applicant who is
deficient in the preferred work experience
may take the GMAT, GRE, or MAT as an
appropriate substitute. A score at or above
the 40th percentile in the quantitative and
verbal portions and overall are required for
admittance.
Admissions Checklist
You will need to submit the following items online to the School of Graduate Studies.
The application and fee are needed to begin the application process. All items must be
submitted before the application is considered complete. Students must be admitted to the
USU School of Graduate Studies in order to be eligible for the MBA program.
• Application, http://rgs.usu.edu/
graduateschool/admissions, including a onepage summary of career goals and objectives
All applicants must demonstrate proficiency in
the following areas:
(Please cut and paste this information into the essay portion
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
of the online application.)
CORPORATE FINANCE
• $55 nonrefundable application fee
MARKETING
• Official transcripts from all colleges and
universities you have attended (except USU
transcripts). Please email to [email protected]
edu or mail to School of Graduate Studies,
0900 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84322-0900.
EXCEL
• Résumé (Please send your résumé to
[email protected])
• Three letters of recommendation (two from
faculty members). Prospective students who
have been out of school for more than two
years may submit three professional letters
of recommendation. (The names and emails of the
individuals are entered directly into the application. The
recommenders are then emailed a link to a web interface
form where the letter of recommendation is submitted.)
For information about how to complete these requirements,
please contact the MBA Office ([email protected]).
Program Logistics
Courses are taught with the working professional in mind. Offered in downtown Salt Lake City,
courses are taught face-to-face by engaging, highly qualified professors.
Application Deadlines
Fall Semester
August 15
Program at a Glance
LOCATION
GENERAL CLASS
TIMES
PROGRAM LENGTH
COST
$45,500 ($1,300/credit)
Kearns Building
136 S. Main St.
Salt Lake City, UT
84101
One weekend
per month,
Thursday/Friday/
Saturday
8:30 a.m.–
5:30 p.m.
15 months,
summer included
INCLUDED:
Tuition, fees, books,
breakfast, and lunch
Tuition and fees are paid on a
semester basis.
NOT INCLUDED:
Hotel accommodations and travel
* Programs in Salt Lake, Kaysville, and at
Thanksgiving Point are offered in conjunction
with UACPA.
Curriculum
Foundational Courses (18 Credits)
ACCT 6350 FIN 6420 MGT 6500 MGT 6520 MGT 6720 MGT 6890 Accounting for Management Decision Making (3)
Solving Financial Problems (3)
Managing Individuals and Groups (3)
Enterprise Branding and Marketing (3)
Strategic Supply Chain Management (2)
Advanced Strategy (3)
Specialization Courses (17 Required Credits)
MGT 6735 MGT 6750 MGT 6755 MGT 6756 MGT 6757 MGT 6758
MGT 6759 MGT 6800 Continuous Improvement in a Lean
Environment (2)
Leadership and Human Capital Management
in a Lean Environment (2)
Managing in a Lean Environment (2)
Managing the Supply Chain in a Lean
Environment (2)
Measurement and Reporting in a Lean
Environment (2)
Quality Systems in a Lean Environment (2)
Work Systems in a Lean Environment (2)
Shingo Model™ Practicum (2)
Total Credits for
Shingo MBA: 35
Contact Us
Please feel free to contact the MBA Office
anytime. We are happy to help and answer any
questions:
DAWSEY ROBINS
MBA Staff Assistant
BUS 108
435.797.3624
[email protected]
KATHY MCCONKIE, MS
Associate MBA Director
BUS 108
435.797.1773
[email protected]
STEVE LEFTWICH, MBA
MBA Career Program Manager
BUS 310
435.797.8916
[email protected]
BRAD WINN, PhD
Associate MBA Director for
Professional Programs
JAMES H. DAVIS, PhD
MBA Director, Professor, and
Department Head, Management Department
HuntsmanMBA.com
General Contact
Information:
UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY—MBA OFFICE
BUS 108
T: 435.797.3624
F: 435.797.7853
Email: [email protected]
3535 Old Main Hill
Logan, Utah 84322–3535

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