Journal of Catholic Higher Education
The Journal of Catholic Higher Education (JCHE) is the peer-reviewed, semiannual journal of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities. It is the only international journal dedicated to the distribution of scholarly work and commentary with a focus on contemporary Catholic higher education in the United States and around the world.
Now available: Volume 32, Number 1
The new edition of the JCHE is now available, and is the second in ACCU’s two-part look at Catholic university business education. The new volume looks at specific examples of integrating the Catholic Intellectual Tradition, especially the Catholic Social Tradition, into business education. The articles suggest compelling and innovative ways to relate business education to the larger area of the liberal arts through curricular and extracurricular activities and programs.
In the new issue:
|Rethinking Business Education as a Profession: Implications for Catholic Universities . . . . . . . . . . . . .||William M. Sullivan|
|Students Lost in a Flattened World: How Resources from the Catholic Tradition Can Help Business Students Find Their Way . . . . . . . .||Daryl Koehn|
|Teaching the Principles of Economics: Reconciling the Canon of the American Economics Association to Catholic Social Thought . . . . .||Douglas Meador|
|Rethinking How Business Purpose Is Taught in Catholic Business Education . . . . . . . . . . . .||Lyman Johnson, Michael Naughton & William Bojan|
|Integrating Catholic Social Teaching into Undergraduate Accounting Courses . . . . . . . . . . .||Jason Haen|
|Aligning Conversations: From Seminars to Curricular Reform . . . . .||Raymond Fitz & Patricia Altenbernd Johnson|
|Institutionalizing a New Humanistic Synthesis: Toward a Business Humanities Approach . . . . . . . . . . .||Gregory R. Beabout|
|A Proven Way to Incorporate Catholic Social Thought in Business School Curricula: Teaching Two Approaches to Management in the Classroom . . . . . . . . . .||Bruno Dyck|
Subscribers can access journal content online, through the Villanova University Falvey Memorial Library. User registration is required, and you must be a subscriber (or at an ACCU member institution) to read full articles online. Nonsubscribers may access abstracts. Access to the journal's forerunner, Current Issues in Catholic Higher Education, is also available through the Falvey Library site. Digitization is ongoing; check back frequently as the collection expands.
To order a subscription to JCHE, please contact email@example.com. The cost for readers at ACCU member institutions is $20 per issue or $40 for an annual subscription, plus shipping and handling; non-members pay $25 per issue or $50 for an annual subscription, plus shipping and handling. Please note that member institutions automatically receive three copies as a benefit of membership: one for the president, the board of directors, and the campus library.
Manuscript Submissions and Peer Review
JCHE uses the manuscript submission and editing system of EJPress. This system provides the tools needed to efficiently manage JCHE's manuscript submissions, expanded peer-review cohort, and double-blind peer-review process.
- Authors: Please submit manuscripts via our online submission system. Visit our EJ Press webpage to read author instructions, create an account, and submit your manuscript electronically.
- Peer Reviewers: If you are interested in becoming a peer reviewer, please visit our EJ Press webpage to read reviewer instructions, and create a username and password. Please fill in your contact information, as well as your areas of expertise. If you are already among our peer reviewers, you can use your username and password to log in to EJPress at any time.
- Frequently Asked Questions: Find answers here for both authors' and peer reviewers' most frequent questions.
- Call for Articles
- Manuscript Submission Guidelines
- Journal Audience
- Style and Format
- Author Style Guide
- Frequently Asked Questions
Information for Peer Reviewers: