All courses must be taken in the order listed.

Prior to his role at Chindex, Goodwin was engaged in legal private practice in Washington, D.C., representing companies engaged in international business. He also served for 10 years in several senior legal positions in the U.S. government, where he handled matters ranging from the drafting of international trade statutes to representing the government in international negotiations. He was a member of the Senior Executive Service.

The courses in this program will have seven-day and 60-day options for the grade of Incomplete.

Stewart holds professional certifications in information and computer science, information technology project management, supply chain management, and agile project management methods.


Master of Business Administration

Senior Certification Specialist

Prerequisite: MBA 610. Conduct financial analysis to accomplish strategic goals for an organization. Analyze financial statements to estimate the financial risks faced by the organization. Make effective operational decisions related to pricing, product mix, and distribution channels by analyzing costs, revenues, and profitability. Use capital budgeting techniques to determine the suitability of candidate projects and determine long-term capital requirements needed to support an organization.


Collegiate Professor in the Master of Business Administration

(Required within the first 6 credits of graduate study for all new graduate students, except MBA students). An overview of the skills needed for academic and professional success. Focus is on enhancing communication and critical thinking skills. Assignments provide familiarity with tools such as social media and library and information resources. APA style and resources are also addressed.

Vice Dean of Business and Management

(Required for students in the MBA program.) Make yourself more valuable to an employer by gaining and improving skills in communication and problem solving. Explore your field by developing connections to your career path, creating a professional social network presence, and using critical thinking to inform decisions. Improve and refine your skills in communication, critical thinking, quantitative reasoning, and team leadership as you hone your professional writing and oral communication skills and proficiency with analytical software programs, collaboration tools, and other professional software.

Assistant Program Chair of the Master of Business Administration

All applicants must apply to the MBA program online. Applications will be accepted for fall 2018 starting August 1, 2017. The application fee is $200. Note that we have three admissions rounds, each with its corresponding .


Collegiate Professor in the Master of Business Administration

Prerequisite: MBA 640. Assume the role of a strategy officer who reports to the CEO. Identify activities in the value chain of your organization and propose a plan to relocate one or more activities to another geographical region. Prepare a project management plan for the opening of a facility in a new country. Develop a business plan that includes an entry strategy, operational plan, competitive strategy, and financial statements.