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Faculty Profile

Steve Riccio

Lecturer in International Business and Management (2015)

Contact Information

Althouse Hall Room 101


Steve’s passion is working with individuals and teams to create purpose that leads to lasting fulfillment. He believes that each of us possess unique talents and strengths that need to be utilized for the greater good to society.


  • B.S., Millersville University, 1992
  • M.P.A., Kutztown University, 1998
  • Ed.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2010

2019-2020 Academic Year

Fall 2019

INBM 100 Fundamentals of Business
This course features an introductory focus on a wide range of business subjects including the following: business in a global environment; forms of business ownership including small businesses, partnerships, multinational and domestic corporations, joint ventures, and franchises; management decision making; ethics; marketing; accounting; management information systems; human resources; finance; business law; taxation; uses of the internet in business; and how all of the above are integrated into running a successful business. You will learn how a company gets ideas, develops products, raises money, makes its products, sells them and accounts for the money earned and spent. This course will not fulfill a distribution requirement.

INBM 300 Applied Business Ethics
This course is designed for International Business and Management majors (but applicable to all students) who will inevitably encounter the ethical interface of business through a multitude of stakeholders. The course will focus on the contemporary realities of business people who must work in culturally diverse arenas when resolving personal and socially ethical questions. As future employees and managers, students must be aware of the possible results of their actions (as well as others) and understand that sometimes fine ethical balance is required in reconciling the needs of the enterprise, the demands of business practice, and their own personal lens. The course will be conducted primarily through class discussion, case analysis, as well as individual and small group exercises.