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Dr. Mark Woodhull


Faculty Bio:  Dr. Mark WoodhullDirector of Graduate Business Studies
Professor of Business
Email: mdwoodhull@schreiner.edu

Faculty Profile

Classes Taught
BSAD 1301: Introduction to Business
BSAD 3320: Principles of Marketing
BSAD 3321: Advertising
BSAD 3322: International Marketing
BSAD 3340: Borderless Business
BSAD 4321: Business Research
BSAD 4322: Professional Selling
BSAD 4332: Retail Management
IDST   4340: Problems and Solutions in Global Society
BSAD 5300: Foundations of Business (MBA Primer)
BSAD 5311: Borderless Marketing (MBA)
BSAD 5331: Managing Information Systems (MBA)
BSAD 5341: Management Research in Business (MBA)

Education
  • PhD in Business Administration, Touro University
  • MSITM in Business Intelligence, Trident University
  • MSA in International Administration, Central Michigan University
  • FDC in International Business, University of South Carolina
  • BSBA in Marketing, Missouri Western State University
  • AAS in Aircrew Operations. Community College of the Air Force
Professional Memberships and Affiliations
  • American Marketing Association
  • Academy of Management
  • Academy of International Business
  • North American Management Society
  • Business Association of Latin American Studies
  • The American Legion
  • Air Commando Association
  • The Thailand-Laos-Cambodia Brotherhood
  • United States Soccer Referee Association
Community Service
  • Member, Dietert Center, Board of Directors
  • Member, Texas Heritage Music Foundation, Board of Directors

Dr. Woodhull began teaching at SU in August of 2001. He has over 40 years of experience in the government, corporate, and academia sectors. Dr. Woodhull’s research interests are focused towards marketing and management research in Mexico and South America, Business Anthropology, Relational Models Theory, and Business Intelligence. Dr. Woodhull’s favorite pastimes are soccer, technology, and all things with an international flare; such as International travel, international cuisine, and global issues.

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