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Effective Business Presentations BCOM 369 Fall 18 +4 3 hours
Effective Business Presentations --- This advanced course in business communications builds upon previous business communication core courses by teaching the conceptual foundations behind effective de
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Winter 18
Winter 19
Winter 20
Empirical Research Methods BA 850 Winter 18 (A) +2 1.5 hours
Empirical Research Methods --- This course is intended as an introduction to the methods of the social sciences and to the particular issues raised by applied business research done outside the labora
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Winter 19 (A)
Winter 20 (A)
Empirical Methodology in Finance FIN 875 Winter 18 (A) +2 1.5 hours
Empirical Methodology in Finance --- This seminar course will expose graduate students to the more commonly used empirical methods in financial literature.
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Winter 19 (A)
Winter 20 (A)
Employment Law for Managers BL 514 Fall 18 (B) +1 2.25 hours
Employment Law for Managers --- LAW- This course focuses on creating
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Fall 19 (B)
Energy Markets and Energy Politics BE 527 Fall 18 +1 3 hours
Energy Markets and Energy Politics --- The goal of this course is to give students a solid grasp of the environmental and social impacts of, and the institutions that govern, energy use, so that you c
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Energy Project Finance FIN 583 Winter 18 (A) +2 1.5 hours
Energy Project Finance --- The energy industry is undergoing its biggest transition since the widespread adoption of electricity.
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Winter 19 (A)
Winter 20 (A)
Entrepreneurial Business Basics ES 212 Fall 18 +4 3 hours
Entrepreneurial Business Basics --- This business basics course covers how to make a product or service idea real in the form of a tangible, marketable product and an organization that can produce and
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Winter 18
Winter 19
Winter 20
Entrepreneurial Finance FIN 425 Winter 18 +2 3 hours
Entrepreneurial Finance --- This course is open to all BBA students and presents the fundamentals of venture capital and private equity finance.
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Winter 20
Entrepreneurial Management ES 395 Fall 18 +4 3 hours
Entrepreneurial Management --- Entrepreneurship is about overcoming ambiguity, risk and failure, embracing it, and learning from it.
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Winter 18
Winter 19
Winter 20
Entrepreneurial Turnaround Management ES 735 Fall 18 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Entrepreneurial Turnaround Management --- Turnaround management techniques will be examined in this course, led by an experienced practitioner.
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Winter 20 (A)
Entrepreneurial Ventures EMBA 606 Spring 18 +1 1.5 hours
Entrepreneurial Ventures --- Entrepreneurship is about ambiguity, risk, failure, and success: embracing it, and learning from it.
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Entrepreneurship WMBA 606 Spring 18 +1 2.25 hours
Entrepreneurship --- This course is a practical guide to starting a new business, providing students with exposure to every crucial aspect of the entrepreneurship experience.
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Spring 19
Entrepreneurship via Acquisitions ES 516 Fall 18 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Entrepreneurship via Acquisitions --- This course is a pragmatic, "real-world" orientation to entrepreneurship through acquisition of a company.
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Fall 19 (A)
Erb Institute Seminar STRATEGY 525 Fall 18 (B) +1 1.5 hours
Erb Institute Seminar ---This Seminar surveys the integration of natural and human systems and addresses ways in which science and business can move towards a sustainable human future.
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Fall 19 (B)
Ethics and Negotiations for Accountants BL 555 Winter 18 (B) +2 3 hours
Ethics and Negotiations for Accountants --- The first part of this course focuses on ethical leadership.
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Winter 19 (B)
Winter 20 (B)
Evaluating Financial Performance ACC 557 Summer 18 +1 2.25 hours
Evaluating Financial Performance --- This course introduces basic concepts and methods used in the preparation, interpretation and analysis of corporate financial statements as a source of information
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Evaluating Financial Performance EMBA 601 Fall 18 +1 2 hours
Evaluating Financial Performance --- This course introduces basic concepts and methods used in the preparation, interpretation and analysis of corporate financial statements as a source of information
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Evening Multidisciplinary Action Projects (MAP) BA 554 Spring 18 +1 6 hours
Evening Multidisciplinary Action Projects (MAP) --- This Multidisciplinary Action Program for Evening MBA students is an intensive elective course designed to apply core course topics to projects spon
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ExecMap - Multidisciplinary Action Projects EMBA 640 Fall 18 +1 6 hours
ExecMap - Multidisciplinary Action Projects --- Teams of MBAs work to produce valuable results and recommendations for corporate, startup, and nonprofit organizations and to meet high academic standar
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Family Business ES 427 Fall 18 (B) +1 1.5 hours
Continuing a Legacy: Leading a Family Business --- This course explores the strategic, operating, financial, legal, family, career and business issues found in family-owned and managed companies or p
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Fall 19 (B)
Federal Taxation and Managerial Decisions ACC 560 Fall 18 +1 3 hours
Federal Taxation and Managerial Decisions --- The goal of this course is to develop the ability to recognize and understand tax issues in both the personal and business world.
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Federal Taxation and Managerial Decisions ACC 317 Fall 18 +1 3 hours
Federal Taxation and Managerial Decisions --- The goal of this course is to develop the ability to recognize and understand tax issues in both the personal and business worlds.
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Federal Taxation I ACC 561 Fall 18 +1 3 hours
Federal Taxation I --- This course is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of the fundamentals of federal income tax law.
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Fall 19
Federal Taxation II ACC 620 Winter 18 (B) +2 2.25 hours
Federal Taxation II --- This course is designed to provide students with a technical familiarity in a wide range of tax topics, including complex corporate and individual topics, estate and gift taxat
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Winter 19 (B)
Winter 20 (B)
Finance and the Sustainable Enterprise FIN 637 Fall 18 (B) 2.25 hours
Finance and the Sustainable Enterprise --- This course deals with unique financial valuation and management issues faced by a sustainable business.
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