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Furgason, Maiya K

Maiya Furgason

  • Adjunct

Department: Management and Leadership

Office: Pozycki Hall 102

Phone: (732) 263-5383

Email: mfurgaso@monmouth.edu


Professor Furgason taught business and regional economic studies at New York University as an Adjunct Associate Professor for 23 years. At St Peters University she taught MBA classes in International Business, Management, Leadership, and Russia/China Economic Growth and Development. She worked in the Wealth Management and International Divisions for Wall Street firms for 39 years, and with the New York Stock Exchange on a regulatory project. She has conducted feasibility studies and consulting projects world-wide for multinationals, NGOs and governments through Global Development Advisors. She was a speaker at the New Jersey Governor’s Business Symposium/Work Force Development and has recently been nominated as a Fellow at the Foreign Policy Association.

Education

M.I.A. (Master of International Affairs), Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs—International Business and East Asian Studies

B.A., Rutgers University—Economics and Russian Studies

Courses

Recently Taught Classes

2022 Spring

  • Global Management – BM 471
  • International Business – BM 650

2021 Fall

2021 Summer A

2021 Spring

  • Global Management – BM 471
  • International Business – BM 650

2020 Fall

2020 Summer A

2020 Spring

  • Economic Growth and Development – BE 403
  • Global Management – BM 471
  • International Business – BM 650
  • Managing and Leading in Organizations – BM 613

2019 Fall

  • Economic Growth and Development – BE 403
  • Global Management – BM 471
  • International Business – BM 650

2019 Summer A

2019 Spring

  • Business Research – BK 599
  • Economic Growth and Development – BE 403
  • Global Management – BM 471
  • International Business – BM 650

Frequently Taught Classes

  • Comparative Politics of the Middle East (PS 376)
  • Economic Growth and Development (BE 403)
  • Entrepreneurship (BM 451)
  • Global Management (BM 471)
  • International Business (BM 650)
  • Managing and Leading in Organizations (BM 613)
  • Strategic Management (BM 490, BM 670)