“Employers value students with online MBAs, not only for what they learned in classes but also for the independence and self-motivation they showed in the process.”
- Ph.D. in Management – The University of Memphis, 2018
- M.S. – Mississippi State University, 2013
- B.A. – Qingdao University, 2010
Kathy Ma is an Assistant Professor of Management in the A.R. Sanchez, Jr. School of Business at Texas A&M International University. She has published a number of journal articles and conference proceedings in such outlets as “Human Resource Management Review,” “Journal of Vocational Behavior” and “Journal of Organizational Change Management.” She specializes in the area of employee turnover with an emphasis on how sociopolitical processes and cognitive schemas affect turnover outcomes within, and outside of, the U.S.
In which online degree program(s) do you teach?
What do you want students in your courses to learn? What are the learning outcomes or objectives?
The courses are designed to help students learn emerging theories and practices in the management of organizations and people in the workplace.
What advice would you give to those considering this online program?
Pay close attention to course objectives, requirements and deadlines. Your course schedule is your friend.
What is the value of this degree?
Employers value students with online MBAs, not only for what they learned in classes but also for the independence and self-motivation they showed in the process.
What types of projects and work do you typically assign for these courses?