Flexible Online MBA Programs


Professors to Know in Online Flexible MBA Programs

  • Carla Hayn, PhD

    Dr. Carla Hayn is a professor of accounting at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, where she also serves as the senior associate dean and the director of the executive MBA and global executive MBA programs, as well as the faculty director of the international Initiatives. Dr. Hayn also works as the faculty co-director of the corporate governance program as part of the school’s executive education, which is aimed at educating and updating directors of public and private companies’ boards. Her research focuses on financial reporting and disclosures, the effect of accounting numbers on stock prices, forecasts of analysts, the economic consequences of tax reporting and taxes, mergers and acquisitions, and the information content of accounting information

  • Kathryn Barraclough, PhD

    Dr. Kathryn Barraclough is a distinguished service professor of finance within the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University, where she also serves as the head of the MBA program. She has a wide array of authorship credits to her name, including in publications such as the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Financial Markets, and ?the Journal of Investment Management. As of this writing, Dr. Barraclough has two working articles currently underway on the subjects of treasury stock, as well as PIPEs and firm performance.

  • Agha Iqbal Ali, PhD

    Dr. Agha Iqbal Ali is a professor of operations and information management at the Isenberg School of Management at UMass Amherst, where he also serves as the department chair. Dr. Ali’s areas of research include data analytics and performance evaluation, supply chain management, applications of mathematical programming models, design and implementation of mathematical programming algorithms, combinatorial and network optimization, and data envelopment analysis. His work has also been featured in an array of peer-reviewed publications, including the European Journal of Operational Research and Empirica.