Samuel H Tolbert

Samuel H. Tolbert

Associate Professor of Business Administration, Director of Business Internships
M.S., Georgia Institute of Technology (1974)
B.S., Clemson University (1973)



CLASSES TAUGHT
Course Num Course Title
ACCT-490 Accounting Internship
ACCT-491 Accounting Internship II
BA-101 Introduction to Business
BA-414 Business Policy
BA-490 Internship
BA-499 Business Seminar
FINA-371 Introduction to Real Estate
FINA-490 Finance Internship
HCMT-201 Health Care in America
HCMT-311 Managed Care/Health Care Finan
HCMT-490 Internship in Health Care Mgmt
MGMT-301 Principles of Management

ARTICLES - REFEREED
  • Problem Solving in the Workplace through Application of Business Knowledge and Quantitative Methods in Journal of Business and Economic Research. (2014)
  • A Comparison of Bachelor Degree Curricula for Business Programs in South Carolina Colleges & Universities in International Journal of Education Research. (2011)
  • Not-For-Profit Organizations and For-Profit Businesses: Perception and Reality in Journal of Business and Economic Research. (2010)
  • Leasing vs. Owning a Medical Office: An Analytical Model in Journal Of Health Care Finance. (2007)
  • Cross-Cultural Comparison of Leader Ethics in Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications & Conflict. (2005)
  • The Financial Implications of Employee-Sponsored Health Insurance in Journal Of Health Care Finance. (2005)
  • An Examination of the Gap Between Supervisory Job Expectations and Student Perceptions of Those Expectations Using the Kano Model of Customer Satisfaction in Academy of Educational Leadership Journal. (2005)
  • Using The KANO Model of Customer Satisfaction To Define And Communicate Supervisor Expectations in Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications & Conflict. (2004)
  • Strengthening Curriculum to Meet the Demands of the Health Care System in Academy of Educational Leadership Journal. (2003)

PROCEEDINGS - Refereed (Full Paper)
  • Experiential Learning through Internships in Southeast InfORMS annual Conference. (2014)
  • Problem Solving in the Workplace Through Application of Business Knowledge and Quantitative Methods in Southeast Decision Sciences. (2013)
  • A Comparison of Bachelor Degree Curricula for Business Programs in South Carolina Colleges & Universities in International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines. (2011)
  • Not-For-Profit Organizations and For-Profit Businesses: Perception and Reality in Clute Institute Applied Business Research Conference, Orlando FL. (2010)
  • Leasing Versus Owning a Medical Office: An Analytical Model in Southeast InfORMS annual Conference. (2006)
  • The Financial Implications of Employee-Sponsored Health Insurance in Southeast InfORMS annual Conference. (2005)
  • Faculty Evaluations: The Effects of Class Size and Length of Class Period in The Ciber Institute's Teaching and Learning Conference . (2005)
  • Stepping Out of the Ivory Tower: A Retail Shopping Survey for a Chamber of Commerce in Southeast InfORMS annual Conference. (2005)
  • An Examination of the Gap Between Supervisory Job Expectations and Student Perceptions of Those Expectations Using the Kano Model of Customer Satisfaction in Allied Academies International Conference, Academy of Educational Leadership. (2004)
  • Leader Ethic: A Cross-Cultural Examination of Covey’s Effective Habits in Allied Academies International Conference, Academy of Educational Leadership. (2004)
  • Using the Kano Model of Customer Satisfaction to Define and Communicate Supervisor Expectations in Allied Academies International Conference, Academy of Culture, Conflict and Communication. (2003)
  • Changing Health Care Curriculum to Meet Health Care Workforce Needs in Allied Academies International Conference, Academy of Educational Leadership. (2002)
  • Analysis of the Impact of Course Grades, Course Level, and Course Type on Student Evaluation of Teaching in Southeast InfORMS annual Conference. (2002)
PROCEEDINGS - Refereed (Abstract Only)
  • The Effects of Class Size and Length of Class Period on Student Evaluations of Faculty in Allied Academies International Conference, Academy of Educational Leadership. (2002)

PRESENTATIONS
  • Experiential Learning through Internships. Southeast Decision Sciences Annual Conference. Wilmington, North Carolina. (2014)
  • Institutionalizing Experiential Learning Through a Campus-Wide Approach. National Society of Experiential Education. Tampa Beach, Florida. (2013)