Learn from the Best Professors at Chapman MBA in Prague


Chapman University and Anglo-American University work together to make students their priority. 60% of the program is taught by Chapman University faculty directly from Orange, California while 40% is taught by Anglo-American University faculty.

All lecturers have extensive experience and are dedicated to creating an exemplary classroom environment as well as offering their students individual help and advice. The combination of lecturers from the United States and Europe provides a global experience through academic group discussion and the expression of various points of view due to the various business backgrounds of the professors.

Bruce Dehning
Associate Professor, Accounting Information Systems, Ph.D.
University of Colorado Dr.

Dehning was named a Fulbright Scholar to teach in the Czech Republic in 2005 and received the American Accounting Association Information Systems Section Notable Contributions to Literature Award in 2006. He serves as Deputy Editor for the International Journal of Accounting Information Systems and has practical experience in insurance and consultancy in the area of accounting information systems. He currently sits on the editorial and review boards of the Journal of Information Systems and the Journal of Competitiveness. He has presented papers at numerous prestigious national and international conferences, and his research has been cited more than 800 times.

Noel Murray
Director of Walter Schmid Center for International Business
Associate Professor, Marketing Ph.D., Penn State University

Dr. Murray specializes in international marketing, cross-cultural issues in marketing communications and advertising strategy. He publishes in important international periodicals and plays an active role in the Academy of Marketing Science and has recently served as congress co-chair at the World Marketing Congress in Malta. He has practical experience with Digital Computer, Inc., Irish State Merchant Bank, Apple, and Bank of Ireland.


Kenneth E. Murphy
Associate Professor, Associate Provost of Academic Administration 
Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University

Ken teaches business analytics, operations management and statistics courses. These courses emphasize quantitative analysis, effective decision-making in context, and the implementation of impactful change. Dr. Muphy has written on scheduling, technology implementation and organizational effectiveness and is published in Operations Research, Naval Research Logistics, Communications of the ACM and Information Systems Journal, among others.


Mario F. Leone
Assistant Professor, Clinical Faculty
Master of Business Administration in Finance, Babson College

Mario Leone specializes in strategic management and IT Strategy. He is a retired Fortune 500 executive with lengthy experiences in a number of functional disciplines, including: IT, manufacturing, sales, business development, distribution and M&A. Mario Leone has managed international business transformation programs globally while living both in the US an Europe. Currently he is the Chief Operating Officer of a digital signage company, DocVerify; a Board Member of Trensient Plasma Systems and Managing Director at the firm Apri Technology Partners.


Prashanth Nyer
Associate Professor, Marketing 
Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Dr. Nyer’s research focus is on consumer satisfaction and other aspects of consumer behavior including attitude change, public commitment, and cross-cultural differences in consumer behavior. His research has been published in various journals and he has worked in product management in the consumer products and industrial electronics industries.


Thomas Turk
Associate Professor, Management 
Ph.D., University of California, Irvine

 Dr. Turk specializes in company strategy and corporate governance and his research appears in leading academic journals, including Academy of Management Journal and Journal of Management. He frequently consults for businesses on strategic planning and strategic change issues. He also frequently serves as an expert witness on top executive compensation and business valuation issues


Milan Šlapák
Operations and Technology Management 
Ing., Ph.D., CEO & President at General Electric CR & SK
Vice-President of Confederation of the Czech Aviation Industry

Dr. Šlapák specializes in global supply chain management and the importance of e-shops for strategic management. He has extensive practical experience through his various positions in financial institutions.


Clas Wihlborg
Professor, Fletcher Jones Chair in International Business
Research Faculty

Dr. Clas Wihlborg specializes in financial management and international business. He previously held faculty positions at New York University, the University of Southern California, Göteborg University, Copenhagen Business School (CBS). He is also a member of the European Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee and the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA).

Matthew R. Munson
Assistant Professor, Clinical Faculty
The George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics

Matthew R. Munson is a specialist in accounting and finance with expertise in financial analysis, corporate accounting, global pricing, mortgage banking  and real estate finance.

Abel M. Winn
Assistant Professor
The George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics

Dr. Abel M. Winn is assistant professor of managerial economics at the George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics at Chapman University. He specializes in economic systems design and experimental economics.



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