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Marketing Management MKT 300 Fall 20 +3 3 hours
Marketing Management --- An introductory course utilizing the case method of instruction to develop skills in marketing decision making.
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Real Estate Fund FIN 703 Winter 20 (A) +1 3 hours
Real Estate Fund II --- The purpose of this course is to provide MBA students with an opportunity to discover, evaluate and make real-estate investments.
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Global Business Field Projects -- FinTech Global Immersion TO 639 Winter 20 3 hours
Global Business Field Projects --- FinTech GLobal Immersion is a course that investigates specific aspects FinTech in depth.
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Financial Statement Analysis, Business Forecasting, and Equity Valuation EMBA 605 Winter 20 +1 3 hours
Financial Statement Analysis, Business Forecasting, and Equity Valuation --- This course is designed for those who expect to read, interpret, and analyze financial statements.
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Doctoral Seminar in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management MO 899 Fall 21 +3 3 hours
Doctoral Seminar --- This seminar is designed to particularly for Ph.D. applicants.
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Behavioral Theory in Management MO 300 Fall 20 +1 3 hours
Behavioral Theory in Management --- This course teaches students basic concepts in the behavioral sciences that can improve their abilities to lead and manage in organizations.
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Applied Business Statistics TO 501 Winter 20 3 hours
Applied Business Statistics --- Evening MBA Core Course. Mathematics review; descriptive statistics, and the graphical description of data.
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Real Estate Finance and Investments FIN 466 Winter 20 +1 3 hours
Real Estate Finance and Investments --- This course offers an introduction to real estate investment and financing issues, and begins the development of concepts and techniques for structuring real es
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Doctoral Seminar- TO TO 899 Fall 20 +3 3 hours
Doctoral Seminar in Technology and Operations --- Reading and research in various topics in technology and operations, including applications to business problems and research methodologies.
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Financial Accounting ACC 300 Fall 20 +3 3 hours
Financial Accounting --- Financial Accounting provides students with their first exposure to what is essentially the language of business.
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Spring/Summer 20
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Capstone - Entrepreneurial Finance FIN 430 Winter 21 3 hours
Capstone - Entrepreneurial Finance --- This Capstone course presents the fundamentals of entrepreneurial venture capital and private equity finance.
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Real Estate Development: Fundamentals FIN 565 Winter 20 3 hours
Real Estate Development: Fundamentals --- Cities with Vitality: How to Create Lively, Transit Oriented Downtowns and Liveable Neighborhoods...And How to Own a Piece of the Action.
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Finance for Societal Good ES 444 Fall 20 (B) 3 hours
Finance for Societal Good --- This course is about doing good with money.
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Linear Programming I TO 518 Fall 20 +3 3 hours
Linear Programming I --- Formulation of problems from the private and public sectors using the mathematical model of linear programming.
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Marketing Management MKT 302 Fall 20 +5 3 hours
Marketing Management --- An introductory course utilizing the case method of instruction to develop skills in marketing decision making.
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Doing International Business STRATEGY 520 Winter 20 (B) +1 3 hours
Global Immersion: Doing International Business --- This course offers short-term study abroad opportunities for MBA students during the Winter Term.
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Real Estate Law BL 582 Winter 20 +1 3 hours
Real Estate Law --- LAW- The legal distinction between real and personal property; the importance of fixtures in real estate acquisition and development; the nature and use of air, water and mineral r
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Base of the Pyramid: Business Innovation and Social Impact BA 445 Fall 20 +1 3 hours
Base of the Pyramid: Business Innovation and Social Impact --- Business can, and indeed must, play a greater role in responding to society's grand challenges.
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Managerial Accounting ACC 301 Winter 20 +1 3 hours
Managerial Accounting --- Managerial Accounting focuses on how accounting is used from the internal, manager perspective.
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Corporate Strategy STRATEGY 390 Fall 20 +1 3 hours
Corporate Strategy --- This is an integrated course focusing on the nature of the general management function: management of the entire business rather than any particular functional area (accounting
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Entrepreneurial Management ES 395 Fall 20 +3 3 hours
Entrepreneurial Management --- Entrepreneurship is about overcoming ambiguity, risk and failure, embracing it, and learning from it.
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Winter 20
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Online MBA Multidisciplinary Action Projects (MAP) BA 533 Spring 21 3 hours
Online MBA Multidisciplinary Action Projects (MAP) --- MAP is a field study program in which teams of students apply structured problem solving techniques to analyze multidisciplinary business problem
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Strategic Marketing for Product and Brand Managers MKT 430 Winter 20 +1 3 hours
Strategic Marketing for Product and Brand Managers --- This is the capstone marketing course at the Ross School of Business.
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Senior Thesis BA 480 Fall 20 +3 3 hours
Ross School Senior Thesis Seminar ---This course is an honors-type seminar open to BBA seniors who want to write a research thesis.
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Positive Communication BCOM 430 Fall 20 +1 3 hours
Positive Communication --- The goal of this course is to improve students' effectiveness as leaders, managers, and team members by introducing frameworks for understanding how positive communicative b
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