Dean Bolte School of Business

Mount St. Mary's University

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The Mount St. Mary’s University community seeks a Dean of the Richard J. Bolte School of Business to provide innovative programmatic development, student-centered, collaborative and visionary leadership, and external relationship building.


Mount St. Mary’s University (MSMU) is a comprehensive, coeducational, Catholic institution dedicated to liberal learning in the pursuit of truth. The second oldest Catholic university in the country, MSMU describes itself as “Catholic in a contemporary way” and welcomes students of all faiths and backgrounds. Located in Emmitsburg, Maryland, MSMU serves more than 2,000 diverse undergraduate and graduate students at its two locations (Emmitsburg and Frederick, MD), promoting a holistic approach to the student experience and learning. MSMU, particularly its 120 dedicated full-time faculty, fosters an intimate and student-centered community. MSMU prides itself on a student to teacher ratio of 13:1 and that 52% of classes have fewer than 20 students.


The Bolte School of Business builds innovative education programs, advances knowledge through quality scholarship, promotes responsible business practices, and develops future leaders who are ethical decision-makers and effective problem-solvers. Combining a strong liberal arts education with solid career preparation and programmatic offerings, the Bolte School seeks to transform individuals and their communities with ethical decision-making and a spirit of service.


To ensure full consideration, applications are due by September 15, 2017. Candidates should carefully review the Executive Search Profile to understand the unique opportunities and qualifications for this position. You will be required to attach a current resume and a cover letter that addresses the unique opportunities and qualifications and to input contact information for three references. Submit your application by clicking on the Apply Now button.



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