Appendix 30 | AACSB Table Calculations of Qualifications of Faculty

Neeley (Fall and Spring)

TABLE 10-2. CALCULATIONS RELATIVE TO DEPLOYMENT OF QUALIFIED FACULTY
(RE: Standard 10)
Fall Semester 2007 - Neeley

Name Qualification (Academic - AQ, Professional - PQ, Other - O) AQ Faculty % of Time Devoted to Mission PQ Faculty - % of Time Devoted to Mission Other 2 Faculty % of Time Devoted to Mission Qualification Ratios Per STD 10

AQ A /(PQ A + AQ A + O A >50%
Qualification Ratios Per STD 10

(AQ A + PQ A )/(PQ A + AQ A + O A >90%
Accounting
Arnold Barkman O     100    
Barry Bryan PQ   100      
Sandra Callaghan AQ 100        
Janice Cobb PQ   100      
Todd Davis PQ   50      
Huijing Fu AQ 100        
In-Mu Haw AQ 100        
Danny Lanier AQ 100        
William Leonard PQ   25      
Steve Lim 1 AQ 100        
Don Nichols O     100    
Steve Phillips PQ   25      
Elizabeth Plummer AQ 100        
Robert Rhodes PQ   25      
Richard Schneible AQ 100        
Dan Short AQ 100        
Ramsay Slugg PQ   25      
Mary Stanford AQ 100        
Robert Vigeland AQ 100        
Laurie Walther PQ   50      
William Wempe AQ 100        
Laurie Wood PQ   100      
TOTAL ACCOUNTING 1100 500 200 61.1% 88.9%
 
Finance
Barry, Chris AQ 100        
Block, Stanley AQ 100        
Boatler, Robert O     100    
Lipscomb, Joe AQ 100        
Locke, Pete AQ 100        
Lockwood, Larry AQ 100        
Mann, Steve AQ 100        
Mihov, Vassil AQ 100        
Moeller, Thomas AQ 100        
Rodriguez, Mauricio AQ 100        
Moore, Jeff PQ   100      
Silver, Ira PQ   100      
Wood, Barbara PQ   100      
Garoon, Glenn PQ   50      
Tucker, Barton PQ   25      
TOTAL FINANCE 900 375 100 65.5% 92.7%
 
Information Systems & Supply Chain Management (INSC)
Chad Autry AQ 100        
Tyson Browning AQ 100        
Paul Campbell PQ   75      
Daniel Chen AQ 100        
Terry Dielman AQ 100        
Leela M. Hattarki PQ   25      
Beata Jones PQ   100      
L. Van Jones PQ   100      
Carrie Kemmer PQ   25      
Charles Lamb AQ 100        
Jane Mackay AQ 100        
Laura Meade AQ 100        
Charles Moore PQ   25      
Nancy Nix AQ   100      
David Preston AQ 100        
Ranga Ramasesh AQ 100        
Nada Sanders AQ 100        
Zach Zacharia AQ 100        
TOTAL INSC 1100 450   71.0% 100%
 
Management
Charles Bamford AQ 25        
John Baum PQ   100      
Garry Bruton AQ 100        
Joe Brouillette PQ   25      
Kyle Carrick PQ   25      
Michael Cole AQ 100        
James Fredericks PQ   25      
Charles Greer AQ 100        
Brad Hancock PQ   100      
Robert Hisrich AQ 25        
Keith Hmieleski AQ 100        
Stuart Johnston O     25    
Jack Jones O     100    
Rebecca Jordan PQ   100      
Ted Legatski PQ   100      
Gregg Lehman PQ   50      
Randy Lewis PQ   100      
John Mathis PQ   100      
John Michael PQ   50      
David Minor PQ   100      
Curt Moore AQ 100        
Gary Nickelson PQ   50      
Pat Nuss O     100    
Larry Peters AQ 100        
Rob Rhodes PQ   100      
Edward Riefenstahl PQ   50      
Chris Riordan AQ 100        
Greg Stephens AQ 100        
Siri Terjesen AQ 100        
Carla Vogel PQ   50      
Stephanie Wade PQ   50      
Stuart Youngblood O     100    
TOTAL MANAGEMENT 950 1175 325 38.8% 86.7%
 
Marketing
Bob Akin PQ   100      
Julie Baker AQ 100        
William Cron AQ 100        
Dave Finn O     100    
Mark Houston AQ 100        
Susan Kleiser AQ 100        
Charles Lamb AQ 100        
George Low AQ 100        
William Moncrief AQ 100        
Artemis Moon PQ   50      
Shannon Shipp AQ 100        
John Thompson PQ   100      
Chris White AQ 100        
Eric Yorkston AQ 100        
TOTAL MARKETING 1000 250 100 74.1% 92.6%
 
TOTAL NEELEY 5050 2750 725 59.2% 91.5%
1 Steve Lim was on sabbatical for Fall 2007

NOTES: Table 10-2 addresses the ratios described in Standard 10 regarding deployment of academically and professionally qualified faculty. It should be developed for the peer review team to confirm that qualified faculty resources are deployed in support of the school mission. Faculty should be listed by discipline consistent with the organizational structure of the business school. It is expected that qualified faculty will generally be distributed equitably across each discipline, each academic program, and location consistent with the school's mission and student needs. Distance-delivered programs are considered to be a unique location. The threshold for deployment of academically qualified faculty resources is higher for a school with graduate degree programs than for a school with no graduate degree programs and is higher for a school with a research doctoral program than for a school without a research doctoral program.

  1. The metric used is the "percent of time devoted to mission" as derived from Table 10-1.
  2. The "Other" category should be used for those individuals holding a faculty title but whose qualifications do not meet the definitions for academically or professionally qualified.

TABLE 10-2. CALCULATIONS RELATIVE TO DEPLOYMENT OF QUALIFIED FACULTY
(RE: Standard 10)
Spring Semester 2008 - Neeley

Name Qualification
(Academic - AQ, Professional - PQ, Other - O)
AQ Faculty % of Time Devoted to Mission PQ Faculty - % of Time Devoted to Mission Other 2 Faculty % of Time Devoted to Mission Qualification Ratios Per STD 10
Accounting
Arnold Barkman O     100  
Barry Bryan PQ   100    
Sandra Callaghan AQ 100      
Janice Cobb PQ   100    
Todd Davis PQ   100    
Huijing Fu AQ 100      
In-Mu Haw AQ 100      
Danny Lanier AQ 100      
Steve Lim AQ 100      
Don Nichols O     100  
Elizabeth Plummer AQ 100      
Richard Schneible AQ 100      
Dan Short AQ 100      
Mary Stanford AQ 100      
Robert Vigeland AQ 100      
William Wempe AQ 100      
Laurie Wood PQ   100    
TOTAL ACCOUNTING 1100 400 200 AQ A /(PQ A + AQ A + O A ) = 64.7%
(AQ A + PQ A )/(PQ A + AQ A + O A = 88.2%

NOTES: Table 10-2 addresses the ratios described in Standard 10 regarding deployment of academically and professionally qualified faculty. It should be developed for the peer review team to confirm that qualified faculty resources are deployed in support of the school mission. Faculty should be listed by discipline consistent with the organizational structure of the business school. It is expected that qualified faculty will generally be distributed equitably across each discipline, each academic program, and location consistent with the school's mission and student needs. Distance-delivered programs are considered to be a unique location. The threshold for deployment of academically qualified faculty resources is higher for a school with graduate degree programs than for a school with no graduate degree programs and is higher for a school with a research doctoral program than for a school without a research doctoral program.

  1. The metric used is the "percent of time devoted to mission" as derived from Table 10-1.
  2. The "Other" category should be used for those individuals holding a faculty title but whose qualifications do not meet the definitions for academically or professionally qualified.

TABLE 10-2a. CALCULATIONS RELATIVE TO DEPLOYMENT OF QUALIFIED FACULTY
(RE: Standard 10)
Fall Semester 2007 - Undergraduate

Name Qualification (Academic - AQ, Professional - PQ, Other - O) AQ Faculty % of Time Devoted to Mission PQ Faculty - % of Time Devoted to Mission Other 2 Faculty % of Time Devoted to Mission Qualification Ratios Per STD 10

AQ A /(PQ A + AQ A + O A >50%
Qualification Ratios Per STD 10

(AQ A + PQ A )/(PQ A + AQ A + O A >90%
Accounting
Arnold Barkman O     100    
Barry Bryan PQ   100      
Sandra Callaghan AQ 100        
Janice Cobb PQ   100      
Todd Davis PQ   50      
Danny Lanier AQ 100        
William Leonard PQ   25      
Don Nichols O     100    
Steve Phillips PQ   25      
Mary Stanford AQ 100        
Robert Vigeland AQ 100        
Laurie Walther PQ   50      
William Wempe AQ 100        
Laurie Wood PQ   100      
 
Finance
Block, Stanley AQ 100        
Boatler, Robert O     100    
Lipscomb, Joe AQ 100        
Lockwood, Larry AQ 100        
Mann, Steve AQ 100        
Mihov, Vassil AQ 100        
Moeller, Thomas AQ 100        
Moore, Jeff PQ   100      
Silver, Ira PQ   100      
Wood, Barbara PQ   100      
Garoon, Glenn PQ   50      
Tucker, Barton PQ   25      
 
Information Systems & Supply Chain Management (INSC)
Paul Campbell PQ   75      
Daniel Chen AQ 100        
Terry Dielman AQ 100        
Leela M. Hattarki PQ   25      
Beata Jones PQ   100      
Van L. Jones PQ   100      
Carrie Kemmer PQ   25      
Jane Mackay AQ 100        
Laura Meade AQ 100        
Charles Moore PQ   25      
David Preston AQ 100        
Nada Sanders AQ 100        
 
Management
Garry Bruton AQ 100        
Joe Brouillette PQ   25      
Kyle Carrick PQ   25      
Michael Cole AQ 100        
Brad Hancock PQ   100      
Robert Hisrich AQ 25        
Keith Hmieleski AQ 100        
Stuart Johnston O     25    
Jack Jones O     100    
Rebecca Jordan PQ   100      
Ted Legatski PQ   100      
Gregg Lehman PQ   50      
Randy Lewis PQ   100      
John Mathis PQ   100      
John Michael PQ   50      
David Minor PQ   100      
Gary Nickelson PQ   50      
Pat Nuss O     100    
Greg Stephens AQ 100        
Siri Terjesen AQ 100        
Carla Vogel PQ   50      
Stephanie Wade PQ   50      
 
Marketing
Bob Akin PQ   100      
Julie Baker AQ 100        
Dave Finn O     100    
Rebecca Jordan AQ   100      
Susan Kleiser AQ 100        
Charles Lamb AQ 100        
George Low AQ 100        
William Moncrief AQ 100        
Artemis Moon PQ   50      
John Thompson PQ   100      
Chris White AQ 100        
Eric Yorkston AQ 100        
 
TOTAL NEELEY 2800 2327 625 48.7% 89.1%

NOTES: Table 10-2 addresses the ratios described in Standard 10 regarding deployment of academically and professionally qualified faculty. It should be developed for the peer review team to confirm that qualified faculty resources are deployed in support of the school mission. Faculty should be listed by discipline consistent with the organizational structure of the business school. It is expected that qualified faculty will generally be distributed equitably across each discipline, each academic program, and location consistent with the school's mission and student needs. Distance-delivered programs are considered to be a unique location. The threshold for deployment of academically qualified faculty resources is higher for a school with graduate degree programs than for a school with no graduate degree programs and is higher for a school with a research doctoral program than for a school without a research doctoral program.

  1. The metric used is the "percent of time devoted to mission" as derived from Table 10-1.
  2. The "Other" category should be used for those individuals holding a faculty title but whose qualifications do not meet the definitions for academically or professionally qualified.

TABLE 10-2a. CALCULATIONS RELATIVE TO DEPLOYMENT OF QUALIFIED FACULTY
(RE: Standard 10)
Spring Semester 2008 - Undergraduate

Name Qualification (Academic - AQ, Professional - PQ, Other - O) AQ Faculty % of Time Devoted to Mission PQ Faculty - % of Time Devoted to Mission Other 2 Faculty % of Time Devoted to Mission Qualification Ratios Per STD 10

AQ A /(PQ A + AQ A + O A >50%
Qualification Ratios Per STD 10

(AQ A + PQ A )/(PQ A + AQ A + O A >90%
Accounting
Arnold Barkman O     100    
Barry Bryan PQ   100      
Sandra Callaghan AQ 100        
Janice Cobb PQ   100      
Todd Davis PQ   50      
Huijing Fu AQ 100        
In-Mu Haw AQ 100        
Danny Lanier AQ 100        
Don Nichols O     100    
Elizabeth Plummer AQ 100        
Richard Schneible AQ 100        
Mary Stanford AQ 100        
Robert Vigeland AQ 100        
William Wempe AQ 100        
Laurie Wood PQ   100      
 
Finance
Block, Stanley AQ 100        
Boatler, Robert O     100    
Lipscomb, Joe AQ 100        
Locke, Pete AQ 100        
Lockwood, Larry AQ 100        
Rodriguez, Mauricio AQ 100        
Moore, Jeff PQ   100      
Silver, Ira PQ   100      
Wood, Barbara PQ   100      
Garoon, Glenn PQ   50      
Halbert, Konrad PQ   50      
Hill, James PQ   25      
Purvis, Leslie PQ   25      
Tucker, Barton PQ   25      
 
Information Systems & Supply Chain Management (INSC)
Chad Autry AQ 100        
Paul Campbell PQ   75      
Daniel Chen AQ 100        
Beata Jones PQ   100      
L. Van Jones PQ   100      
Charles Lamb AQ 100        
Jane Mackay AQ 100        
Laura Meade AQ 100        
Charles Moore PQ   25      
David Preston AQ 100        
Ranga Ramasesh AQ 100        
Norman Saenz PQ   25      
Nada Sanders AQ 100        
John Tesch PQ   75      
 
Management
John Baum PQ   100      
Garry Bruton AQ 100        
Michael Cole AQ 100        
Charles Greer AQ 100        
Brad Hancock PQ   100      
Stuart Johnston O     25    
Jack Jones O     100    
Rebecca Jordan PQ   100      
Ted Legatski PQ   100      
Randy Lewis PQ   100      
John Mathis PQ   100      
John Michael PQ   50      
David Minor PQ   100      
Curt Moore AQ 100        
Gary Nickelson PQ   50      
Pat Nuss O     100    
Greg Stephens AQ 100        
Siri Terjesen AQ 100        
Carla Vogel PQ   50      
Stephanie Wade PQ   50      
Stuart Youngblood O     100    
 
Marketing
Bob Akin PQ   100      
Julie Baker AQ 100        
Dave Finn O     100    
Susan Kleiser AQ 100        
William Moncrief AQ 100        
Artemis Moon PQ   50      
Shannon Shipp AQ 100        
John Thompson PQ   100      
Chris White AQ 100        
 
TOTAL Undergraduate 3300 2275 750 52.2% 88.1%

NOTES: Table 10-2 addresses the ratios described in Standard 10 regarding deployment of academically and professionally qualified faculty. It should be developed for the peer review team to confirm that qualified faculty resources are deployed in support of the school mission. Faculty should be listed by discipline consistent with the organizational structure of the business school. It is expected that qualified faculty will generally be distributed equitably across each discipline, each academic program, and location consistent with the school's mission and student needs. Distance-delivered programs are considered to be a unique location. The threshold for deployment of academically qualified faculty resources is higher for a school with graduate degree programs than for a school with no graduate degree programs and is higher for a school with a research doctoral program than for a school without a research doctoral program.

  1. The metric used is the "percent of time devoted to mission" as derived from Table 10-1.
  2. The "Other" category should be used for those individuals holding a faculty title but whose qualifications do not meet the definitions for academically or professionally qualified.

TABLE 10-2b. CALCULATIONS RELATIVE TO DEPLOYMENT OF QUALIFIED FACULTY
(RE: Standard 10)
Fall Semester 2007 - Master of Accounting

Name Qualification (Academic - AQ, Professional - PQ, Other - O) AQ Faculty % of Time Devoted to Mission PQ Faculty - % of Time Devoted to Mission Other 2 Faculty % of Time Devoted to Mission Qualification Ratios Per STD 10

AQ A /(PQ A + AQ A + O A >50%
Qualification Ratios Per STD 10

(AQ A + PQ A )/(PQ A + AQ A + O A >90%
Accounting
Barry Bryan PQ   100      
Elizabeth Plummer AQ 100        
Robert Rhodes PQ   25      
Ramsay Slugg PQ   25      
Robert Vigeland AQ 100        
TOTAL MASTER OF ACCOUNTING 200 150 0 57.1% 100.0%

NOTES: Table 10-2 addresses the ratios described in Standard 10 regarding deployment of academically and professionally qualified faculty. It should be developed for the peer review team to confirm that qualified faculty resources are deployed in support of the school mission. Faculty should be listed by discipline consistent with the organizational structure of the business school. It is expected that qualified faculty will generally be distributed equitably across each discipline, each academic program, and location consistent with the school's mission and student needs. Distance-delivered programs are considered to be a unique location. The threshold for deployment of academically qualified faculty resources is higher for a school with graduate degree programs than for a school with no graduate degree programs and is higher for a school with a research doctoral program than for a school without a research doctoral program.

  1. The metric used is the "percent of time devoted to mission" as derived from Table 10-1.
  2. The "Other" category should be used for those individuals holding a faculty title but whose qualifications do not meet the definitions for academically or professionally qualified.

TABLE 10-2b. CALCULATIONS RELATIVE TO DEPLOYMENT OF QUALIFIED FACULTY
(RE: Standard 10)
Spring Semester 2008 - Master of Accounting

Name Qualification (Academic - AQ, Professional - PQ, Other - O) AQ Faculty % of Time Devoted to Mission PQ Faculty - % of Time Devoted to Mission Other 2 Faculty % of Time Devoted to Mission Qualification Ratios Per STD 10

AQ A /(PQ A + AQ A + O A >50%
Qualification Ratios Per STD 10

(AQ A + PQ A )/(PQ A + AQ A + O A >90%
Accounting
Barry Bryan PQ   100      
Steve Lim AQ 100        
Robert Vigeland AQ 100        
William Wempe AQ 100        
TOTAL MASTER OF ACCOUNTING 300 100 0 75.0% 100.0%

NOTES: Table 10-2 addresses the ratios described in Standard 10 regarding deployment of academically and professionally qualified faculty. It should be developed for the peer review team to confirm that qualified faculty resources are deployed in support of the school mission. Faculty should be listed by discipline consistent with the organizational structure of the business school. It is expected that qualified faculty will generally be distributed equitably across each discipline, each academic program, and location consistent with the school's mission and student needs. Distance-delivered programs are considered to be a unique location. The threshold for deployment of academically qualified faculty resources is higher for a school with graduate degree programs than for a school with no graduate degree programs and is higher for a school with a research doctoral program than for a school without a research doctoral program.

  1. The metric used is the "percent of time devoted to mission" as derived from Table 10-1.
  2. The "Other" category should be used for those individuals holding a faculty title but whose qualifications do not meet the definitions for academically or professionally qualified.
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