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Navigating Uncharted Territory with Professor Allan Erselius

Allan Erselius’ first year as an adjunct business professor at Jessup has been anything but “normal.” As professors across the campus planned for the unpredictable Fall 2020 semester, Allan jumped right in, preparing to teach Consumer Marketing, Business Management Principles, and Biblical Foundations of Personal Finance to undergraduate and adult degree completion students. Allan was ready for this new challenge after spending more than…

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Laughing and Learning with Michael Obermire, MBA

Most people dream of golf, vacations, and relaxation when they retire. When business professor and academic business manager Michael Obermire retired from the manufacturing sector after 30 years in the industry, he wrote a book and began a teaching career. He jumped right into his new adventure, bringing his “real-life” experiences right into the classroom. Michael loves making his students laugh and have fun,…

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MBA Graduate Now Technical Lead at Bay Area Start-Up

Mongolian native, Ben Mandakh had no idea how dramatically his life would change when he moved to the United States in 2014. As a new believer, he wanted to find accountability and discipleship in a church community. He found fellowship at Bayside Granite Bay and discovered Sacramento Mongolian Church where he volunteered with the youth group and worship team. While he continued learning and…

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Marketing in the Real World

Jessup students in Professor Scott Alvord’s upper-division marketing classes learn how marketing aspects apply to everything from small businesses to major corporations.  His 2018 and 2019 marketing classes had a number of opportunities to take these theoretical concepts and apply them in the real world.  Marketing for the Ballet The CEO of the Sacramento Ballet approached Professor Alvord and his Fall 2018 marketing class…

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Jessup’s MBA Students Land in Top 1% in Business Simulation Challenge

Every semester, Jessup’s MBA students participate in a hands-on business simulation called CAPSIM (capsim.com). Students work together in teams and compete against approximately 1500 other teams from top business schools across the nation including Stanford and Penn State. In this simulation, students become executive management at a fictional multi-million dollar company where they analyze, formulate, and execute key decisions across R&D, marketing, production, and…

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