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Patrick Millsap, Part-time Instructor, Master of Business Administration Program
PhD Candidate, Intercultural Studies, Fuller Graduate School
MA, Global Leadership, Fuller Graduate School
Post Graduate Certificate, International Trade and Financial Management, UCSD
Post Graduate Certificate, International Business, University of San Diego
BA, History, San Diego State University


Patrick S. Millsap - (Title at MSMC for Entrepreneurial segment?) Currently matriculating in Doctorial Program - School of Intercultural Studies - Fuller Graduate School, Pasadena, California M.A. - Fuller Graduate School, Pasadena, California B.A. - San Diego State University, San Diego, California Post Graduate Certificate in International Business - University of San Diego, California Post Graduate Certificate in International Trade & Finance, University of California, San Diego, California

Patrick S. Millsap, M.A., has lectured and given teaching seminars n sales and marketing extensively around the globe traveling over 2.5 million miles and speaking in most of the countries of Europe and Asia, as well as Australia, New Zealand and India.  He has also been very active in the America's and Canada.  He received his M.A. degree in Global Leadership from Fuller Graduate Schools and is currently matriculating in his Doctorial program in the School of Intercultural Studies.

As the former Director of Sales for North America, for Nikken, International, he oversaw sales for North America and Canada. Previously,
as the Vice President of Sales and Marketing, for Imagenetix, Inc., he traveled extensively developing business-to-business relationships with some of the largest companies in the world, including Avon, Inc.

Professor Millsap has taught the Entrepreneurship module at Mount Saint Mary's College MBA program since its inception.  He has taught six different courses in the Extension Program at the University of San Diego for the last eight years which consist of the following:
Business Communications (International Students) Entrepreneurship (US and International Students) Presentation Techniques for Marketing (US and International Students) Successful Sales Skills International Trade Operations (Import/Export) Introduction to Business

He also teaches in the Extension Program at the University of California,
Riverside, where he has taught for the last four years. The courses  are exclusively for international students (each class may represent up to 10 countries) and are for the business module, which include International Negotiations and Entrepreneurship

Courses Recently Taught:

  • BUS 227 - The Role of the Entrepreneur
  • BUS 241 - Social Entrepreneurship and Community Leadership
  • BUS 243 - Innovation, Marketing and Entrepreneur
  • BUS 293 - Special Studies: Entrepreneur