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Business, Management & Leadership
Susan Steffan, M.B.A, Associate Professor of the Practice
Program Director (BS/MSA):
Corinne R. Jones, M.S.A., C.P.A., Assistant Professor of the Practice
Program Director (BS):
Michael Lillis, Ph.D., Professor
Program Director (MIS) and Internship Coordinator:
Jonas Patricko, D.B.A., M.S.Ed., Assistant Professor of the Practice
Program Director (HIM):
Deborah Shelvay, M.S., R.H.I.A. Assistant Professor of the Practice
Program Director (MBA):
Charles Clark, M.B.A., Assistant Professor of the Practice
Program Director (ASB/BBA):
John Girard, M.B.A., Assistant Professor of the Practice
Patrick Johnson, M.B.A., C.P.A., Associate Professor
Our Mission, Vision, and Philosophy
We are dedicated to excellence in teaching; providing students a meaningful integration of theory and practice while developing mutually beneficial partnerships with the academic, business, and local communities.
We strive to develop graduates for responsible citizenship and leadership roles who are prepared to meet the various global challenges of the 21st century.
Code of Ethics
The Department of Business, Management and Leadership of Medaille College expects all students, faculty, staff, and administrators to conduct themselves in an ethical manner when carrying out the activities required to fulfill the department’s mission:
In particular, all members of the department are expected to adhere to the following:
Integrity – Abide by the academic code of conduct, and uphold the highest standards of honesty, and fairness in our work and communications.
Professionalism – Maintain high standards in our own work, and help others strive for continuous improvement and the betterment of the department.
Respect – Treat others with dignity and decency, appreciating the diversity that brings richness and growth to the department. Demonstrate respect for property, time, and ideas, as well as people.
Collegiality – Strive to complete our work in the spirit of mutual understanding and the sincere desire to operate as a team of students, faculty, and staff; seek to achieve the best possible outcomes together.