"Nothing is more precious than fidelity to Church teaching for all who labor at CDU.The mission of the Stanford Graduate School of Business is to create ideas that deepen and advance the understanding of management, and with these ideas, develop innovative, principled, and insightful leaders who change the world. The general management curriculum rests on a foundation of social science principles and management functions, tailored to each student’s background and aspirations. This is a hands-on course with an emphasis on experiential learning. The project will feature financial statement and valuation analysis to assess the risks and rewards of the proposed strategy. The course will be of value to those students who anticipate making investment decisions using financial statement information. The course will be taught in a seminar style and students will be required to develop a series of research projects on the topics covered in the class. While earlier studies tend to view the matter as a yes/no debate, many recent studies now acknowledge the impossibility of fully efficient markets, and have focused instead on analyses of factors that could materially affect the timely incorporation of information into prices.This concentration is designed for people who currently work for or intend to work for the Catholic Church in a professional or volunteer capacity.Deacons, catechetical leaders, Catholic school principals and teachers, music and liturgy directors, pastoral associates, and those involved in social outreach programs will find this a rich and beneficial program in both theoretical and practical terms.
Students then manage this portfolio for the rest of the school year (their trades and portfolio statistics are automatically tracked). Common to these studies is that agents acquire private information that is valuable to other parties. It provides a vehicle for supplementing and integrating your knowledge of basic research tools and methods, as well as an exposure to the dimensions of contemporary research in the field of financial reporting. This course examines selected topics in accounting research.
Many students choose the MA, however, solely to increase their personal knowledge of the Catholic faith and in order to bring that knowledge to their families, careers, and individual lives.
Students in the MA program complete a core curriculum (24 credits) and select a concentration area (12 concentration credits) in one of four areas: Sacred Scripture, Philosophy/Theology, Ecclesial Service, or Catholic Culture Lifelong Formation Synthesizes the Church’s teaching on divine Revelation including, Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition, and the Magisterium of the Church, and how it bears on the Church’s mission of evangelization.
Students in this concentration will not only become more familiar with the great tradition, they will come to understand how the products of the religious imagination are connected with the great truths of the Faith over the various historical periods in which the Church has added to this proud heritage.
Students interested in the Catholic Culture concentration will take 12 credit hours in their concentration area.Achieves an understanding of the principles of Scripture, moral theology, and Catholic Social Teachings and be able to apply them to a contemporary social, cultural, or biomedical issues.