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Introduction to Entrepreneurship ES 250 Fall 21 +1 3 hours
Introduction to Entrepreneurship --- Introduction to Entrepreneurship is designed for sophomores and juniors, including non-business students, who wish to learn about entrepreneurship, its role and im
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Fall 22
Financing Research Commercialization ES 329 Fall 21 3 hours
Financing Research Commercialization --- This course is a practicum, offering an opportunity to apply collective team work of a student/mentor alliance to building a launch pad for a technology-based
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Entrepreneurial Management ES 395 Fall 21 +3 3 hours
Entrepreneurial Management --- Entrepreneurship is about overcoming ambiguity, risk and failure, embracing it, and learning from it.
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Winter 22
Winter 23
Independent Study Project ES 399 Fall 21 +4 1 - 3 hours
Independent Study Project --- Independent study projects, supervised by faculty, are available to juniors and seniors in good academic standing.
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Fall 22
Summer 22
Winter 22
Winter 23
Michigan Blue Venture Fund ES 401 Winter 22 +1 3 hours
Michigan Blue Venture Fund --- This action-based learning course introduces undergraduate students to practical and conceptual issues, tools, and skills they need in order to be a successful early-sta
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Winter 23
Zell Early-Stage Fund - Senior Analyst ES 402 Winter 22 +1 3 hours
Zell Early-Stage Fund - Senior Analyst --- This course is the second year of the BBA venture capital fund course cycle.
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Winter 23
Social Venture Fund ES 403 Winter 22 (A) +1 1.5 - 3 hours
Social Venture Fund --- This course will provide students with the education, tools, and techniques essential to valuing and financing venture investments that create sustainable value for both the in
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Winter 23 (A)
Professional Capstone: Entrepreneurship Practicum ES 414 Winter 22 +1 3 hours
Capstone Entrepreneurship Practicum --- The Practicum enables students to gain first-hand entrepreneurial experience within a structured, supportive context.
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Winter 23
New Product and Innovation Management ES 425 Winter 23 3 hours
New Product and Innovation Management --- This course is designed to focus on the new product development process which is key to the success of any organization.
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Building Healthy Business ES 440 Winter 23 (A) 1.5 hours
Building Healthy Business --- Students participating in the course will: 1) Learn about opportunities to create and capture value in the health, wellness, and personal resiliency sectors.
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Financial Management FIN 300 Fall 21 +3 3 hours
Financial Management --- Financial Management. An introduction to the issues, theory, and methodology that comprise a framework for rational decision-making by financial managers.
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Winter 22
Winter 23
Investment Banking FIN 317 Fall 21 +1 3 hours
Investment Banking --- The goal of this course is to provide a broad introduction to the investment banking and private equity industry, including capital raising and mergers and acquisitions.
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Fall 22
Real Estate Fundamentals FIN 320 Winter 22 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Real Estate Fundamentals --- This survey of urban real estate theory and practice considers the nature of real estate investment and finance, and the real estate business.
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Winter 23 (A)
Financing Research Commercialization FIN 329 Fall 21 3 hours
Financing Research Commercialization --- This course is a practicum, offering an opportunity to apply collective team work of a student/mentor alliance to building a launch pad for a technology-based
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Managing the Maize and Blue Fund FIN 335 Fall 21 (B) +1 1.5 hours
Managing the Maize and Blue Fund --- In this course students act as portfolio managers for the Maize and Blue (Student Managed) Fund.
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Fall 22 (B)
Managing Maize and Blue Fund FIN 336 Winter 22 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Managing the Maize and Blue Fund --- In this course students act as portfolio managers for the Maize and Blue (Student Managed) Fund.
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Winter 23 (A)
Managing the Maize and Blue Fund as a Senior Analyst FIN 338 Winter 22 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Managing the Maize and Blue Fund as a Senior Analyst --- In this course students act as portfolio managers for the Maize and Blue (Student Managed) Fund.
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Winter 22 (B)
Big Data in Finance FIN 342 Fall 21 +1 3 hours
Big Data in Finance --- This course aims to facilitate the acquisition of skills that are useful in quantitative asset management.
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Fall 22
Private Equity: Leveraged Buyout Transactions FIN 351 Winter 22 +1 3 hours
Private Equity: Leveraged Buyout Transactions --- This course focuses on the investment decision process of leveraged buyout (LBO) firms.
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Winter 23
Independent Study Project FIN 399 Fall 21 +6 1 - 3 hours
Independent Study Project --- Independent study projects, supervised by faculty, are available to juniors and seniors in good academic standing.
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Spring 22
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Winter 23
Real Estate Fund I FIN 402 Winter 22 (A) +3 1.5 hours
Managing Real Estate Fund I --- Real estate financial markets are rapidly, changing, with new instruments and ideas introduced everyday.
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Winter 22 (B)
Winter 23 (A)
Winter 23 (B)
Real Estate Fund II FIN 403 Winter 22 (A) +1 3 hours
Real Estate Fund II --- The purpose of this course is to provide students with an opportunity to discover, evaluate and make real-estate investments.
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Winter 23 (A)
Capital Markets and Investment Strategy FIN 408 Fall 21 (A) +3 1.5 hours
Capital Markets and Investment Strategy --- Capital Markets and Investment Strategies is a course that covers the fundamentals of making sound investment decisions using modern finance theory.
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Fall 22 (A)
Winter 22 (A)
Winter 23 (A)
Fixed Income Securities FIN 409 Winter 22 (B) +1 1.5 hours
Fixed Income Securities and Markets --- This course provides a comprehensive overview of the essentials of fixed income securities.
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Winter 23 (B)
International Finance Management I FIN 412 Fall 21 (A) +1 1.5 hours
International Finance Management I --- The purpose of the International Financial Management sequence at the Ross School of Business is to provide the conceptual and analytical framework required for
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Fall 22 (A)

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