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Independent Study TO 750 Fall 18 +13 1 - 3 hours
Independent Study Project --- Independent study projects, supervised by faculty, are available to graduate business students in good academic standing.
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Independent Study BCOM 750 Fall 18 +11 1 - 3 hours
Independent Study --- Independent study projects, supervised by faculty, are available to graduate business students in good academic standing.
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Independent Study BL 750 Fall 18 +11 1 - 3 hours
Independent Study Project --- This course allows students to earn credit for an independent research project supervised by a faculty member.
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American Business Immersion Study BA 525 Fall 18 +19 1 hours
American Business Immersion Study --- This course is designed to complement the understanding and awareness of the global nature of business gained through core coursework.
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Winter 20 (B)
Auditing and Assurance ACC 630 Fall 18 (B) +5 1.5 - 3 hours
Auditing and Assurance --- This course focuses on the auditing practice performed by public accountants.
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Manufacturing and Supply Operations TO 605 Fall 18 +8 1.5 - 3 hours
Manufacturing and Supply Operations --- This course introduces the basic concepts and techniques of operations and inventory management.
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Wolverine Venture Fund ES 701 Winter 18 (A) +2 1.5 - 3 hours
Wolverine Venture Fund --- This course was launched at the University of Michigan in Fall 1997, with a dual mission: to earn a venture rate of return, and to support the educational missions of the R
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Zell Lurie Commercialization Fund ES 702 Winter 18 (A) +2 1.5 - 3 hours
Zell Lurie Commercialization Fund --- This course is provided for students interested in technology commercialization, new business creation and venture capital.
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Social Venture Fund ES 703 Winter 18 (A) +2 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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Tauber Institute Team Project TO 703 Fall 18 (A) +5 1.5 - 3 hours
Tauber Institute Team Project --- This course is a paid, multi-disciplinary team project under faculty direction at an industry site.
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Erb Institute Seminar STRATEGY 525 Fall 18 (B) +2 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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Managing the Maize and Blue Fund FIN 726 Winter 18 (A) +2 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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Continuing a Legacy: Leading a Family Business ES 627 Fall 18 (B) +2 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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Managing the Maize and Blue Fund as a Senior Analyst ACC 728 Winter 18 (A) +5 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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Leading Inclusive, High Performing Organizations MO 605 Winter 18 (A) +2 1.5 hours
Leading Inclusive, High Performing Organizations --- Organizations reap competitive advantages when they fully engage and utilize the talents of people from different backgrounds and with different pe
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Managing the Maize and Blue Fund as a Senior Analyst FIN 728 Winter 18 (A) +5 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 20 (B)
Management Accounting ACC 552 Fall 18 (B) +5 1.5 hours
Management Accounting --- This course introduces the basic concepts of managerial accounting for internal decision-making.
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Winter 18 (A)
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Winter 20 (A)
Building Healthy Business ES 640 Fall 19 (A) +1 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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Fall 20 (A)
Legal Issues in Finance and Banking BL 507 Winter 18 (B) +2 1.5 hours
Legal Issues in Finance and Banking --- Leaders in finance and banking operate in an environment fraught with legal risk.
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Winter 19 (B)
Winter 20 (B)
Building Healthy Business MO 640 Fall 19 (A) +1 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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Fall 20 (A)
Business Leadership in Changing Times MO 611 Fall 18 (A) +8 1.5 hours
Business Leadership in Changing Times --- The objective of this course is to develop a useful approach for recognizing and dealing with rapid change in business.
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Fall 19 (B)
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Fall 20 (B)
Winter 18 (B)
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Winter 20 (B)
Non-Market Strategy: Shaping the Rules of the Game BE 555 Fall 18 (B) +2 1.5 hours
Non-Market Strategy: Shaping the Rules of the Game --- Most business courses teach you how to play the game of business within the rules.
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Economic Decisions and Games BE 582 Fall 19 (B) +1 1.5 hours
Economic Decisions and Games --- Business interactions often involve making a lot of decisions; decisions that must respond to and anticipate the response of others.
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Fall 20 (B)
Real Estate Fund I FIN 702 Winter 18 (A) +5 1.5 hours
Managing Real Estate Fund I --- Real estate financial markets are rapidly changing, with new instruments and ideas introduced every day.
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Winter 19 (A)
Winter 19 (B)
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Winter 20 (B)
International Financial Management I FIN 612 Fall 18 (A) +2 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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