Prof. Doug Ross has taught undergraduate and graduate classes, in the United States and abroad, in strategy and business policy, international business, management, and business ethics and society. In 2005, he was a Fulbright scholar --senior specialist -- in Sweden. He has been awarded 'teacher of the year' …[more]

MNGT 700: Strategic Management
Course focuses on analyzing and developing corporate strategy and plans, both short and long term. Case studies and research in real world business situations involving multinational organizations are explored.
 

Professor

Department of Management
College of Business and Economics

Bio and Recent Publications

Email: dross@towson.edu
Telephone: 1-410-704-4071
Secretary: 410-704-2934
Fax: 1-410-704-3236

Office Address:
Stephens Hall 118 G
Towson University
8000 York Road
Towson MD 21252

Office Hours (current)
M: By appointment.
Extra Hours posted during advising. Graduating seniors registered in my classes are encouraged to meet with their advisor (or with me) early in the semester.

 
MNGT 481: Business Policy and Strategy

Spring & Fall 2014 (hybrid & online)- This course focuses on integrating operational skills and theories and emphasizing management decision making as it relates to strategic management and business policy in domestic and international operations. Course topics include strategic management process; sustainable competitive advantage; external &internal analysis; business, corporate & international strategy; corporate governance, ethics & sustainability;  strategic control; organization design; and strategic leadership. eText & Simulation required.  "Hybrid" to be held in MediaSite® technology CK404B classroom. Internet access required. Pre-req: FIN 331, MKTG 341/342, MNGT 361, BUSX301, EBTM 365


   
MNGT 375 International Business    

Study Abroad - Spain-Morocco. The course focuses on global dimensions and interdependencies of business: political environments, cultural context, ethics, international firm's strategies and market entry. Course topics include: elements of international finance-- international monetary system, foreign exchange, economic integration-- and global trade theory. Please provide complete application to Study Abroad.  Laptop computers highly recommended.

*All classes: Access to the Internet required. Course documentation located on course BlackBoard website.

   


 
             
Argentina: WACRA Buenos Aires 2004 Panama Minimester 2007
Australia: Univ. of South Australia Class Scotland: AIB Univ. of Stirling Conference
Canada: Academy of Management, Toronto 2000 South Africa: International Faculty Exchange
China: Anhui University Class

Sweden - Fulbright 2005

Czech Republic: Fulbright 2004 Spain - Morocco Summer 2010
Germany: WACRA Mannheim/ Heidelberg 2002 USA: Academy of Management, Boston 2012
Hungary: WACRA Budapest 2000 USA: Academy of Management, Chicago 2009
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