Thomas Turk, Ph.D., Dean
Candace Ybarra, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Academic Programs
Abel Winn, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Research and Administration
Professors: Camera, Doti, Giannantonio, Gillespie, Iannaccone, Kaplan, Kathuria, Kovenock, Kraft, Moses, Pfeiffer, Porter, Rassenti, Rubin, Sfeir, Smith, Turk, Warachka, Weidenmier, Wihlborg, Wilcox, Wilson;
Associate Professors: Bali, Broughton, Burnham, Dehning, DeSantis, Hanson, Kimbrough, Murray, Nyer, Selove, Shields, Shukla, Winn, Ybarra;
Clinical Associate Professors: Adler, Browne, Hampton, Myhr, Poddar, Sinha;
Assistant Professors: Barardehi, Bentley, Chu, Danaher, Fudge, Hersh, Huseman, Kleinhans, Li, Liu Davis, Matranga, Rojo Arjona, Zhao, Zia;
Clinical Assistant Professors: Ataman, Berkovitz, Frenzel, Kim, Lawandy, Leone, Mason, Nistor, Toplansky, Vracheva, Willis;
Instructor: Anderson, Bourgeois, Doosti, Lloyd, Shideler, Wihelm.
The George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics is dedicated to preparing its graduates for roles as innovators, leaders and value creators in the twenty-first century. The Argyros School seeks to accomplish this through academic programs blending the best of business theory with exposure to the best of business practice. As globalization and technological advancement lead to increasing complexity in business affairs, the Argyros School strives to meet the educational needs of the next generation of business leaders.
In addition to offering rigorous degree programs, the Argyros School operates centers that address the driving forces of the market: economic research, entrepreneurship, globalization and finance. In our centers, faculty from various functional disciplines work together to address interdisciplinary themes in teaching, research and outreach. The centers provide a means to take the George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics to the business world and to the larger community and conversely to bring the outside business world and community to the school. Additional information about our centers is found by clicking the title links below.
A. Gary Anderson Center for Economic Research
C. Larry Hoag Center for Real Estate and Finance
Ralph W. Leatherby Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Ethics
Walter Schmid Center for International Business
Admission to the Argyros School of Business and Economics is determined separately from admission to the University. Currently enrolled Chapman students wishing to change majors to a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Bachelor of Science in Accounting, Bachelor of Arts in Economics or add a business or economics minor, must submit an application to the Argyros School of Business and Economics assistant dean for undergraduate programs. The application to change majors to a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration or a Bachelor of Science in Accounting or pursue a Minor in Business Administration will not be approved until the student has completed MATH 109 , ECON 200 , ECON 201 and ACTG 210 with a grade point average of 2.500 or higher. Admission to the Bachelor of Arts in Economics or the Minor in Economics requires completion of ECON 200 , ECON 201 and MATH 109 or MATH 110 with a grade point average of 2.500 or higher. The Minors in Analytics, Entrepreneurship and Humanomics do not require an application.
All students pursuing a major or minor in the Argyros School of Business and Economics must attain at least a 2.500 grade point average in MATH 109 , ECON 200 , ECON 201 and ACTG 210 before enrolling in upper-division courses and maintain at least a 2.000 overall grade point average in the major or minor. Students may elect to repeat any of these courses in an attempt to earn a higher grade. If the course is repeated at Chapman University, only the higher grade will be used to compute the grade point average. However, consistent with University policy, if the course is repeated at another institution, the grade earned at Chapman will continue to be included in the student's grade point average computation.
Argyros School of Business and Economics Degree Requirements
- All students must receive at least a "C-" grade in each lower-division and upper-division required course and any courses counted towards an emphasis.
- All courses applied to a major or minor must be taken for a letter grade.
- Courses taken for Pass/No Pass credit in other Chapman colleges or schools cannot be applied to an Argyros School major or minor.
- Transfer credits for upper-division Argyros School courses are only accepted from AACSB accredited institutions.
- Transfer courses taken Pass/No Pass will not be accepted for any Argyros School major or minor.
Course enrollment Policies
- All upper-division Argyros School courses other than MKTG 305 and MGMT 365 will be restricted to Argyros School majors/minors only, with the exception of Argyros School courses required for the Bachelor of Arts in Strategic and Corporate Communications, the Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems, the Minor in Leadership Studies, the Minor in Game Development Programming and the Bachelor of Arts In Integrated Educational Studies, community emphasis.
- All prerequisites will be strictly enforced.
- Non-Argyros School students will not be allowed to enroll in restricted courses unless they receive assistant dean or associate dean approval.
Graduating students will be designated "Argyros Scholars" if they have at least 54 graded Chapman credits and their Argyros School GPA is in the top 10 percent of all Argyros School students graduating in the same commencement.
Minors in Argyros School of Business and Economics
Students can earn a Minor in Analytics, Business Administration, Economics, Entrepreneurship or Humanomics. Students pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Accounting degree or the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree are not eligible to earn the Minor in Entrepreneurship.
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Science
Graduate Program Information