Independent Study Project

Course Code
BE 750
Hours
1 - 3 hours
Type
Elective
Offered
  • Fall 18
  • Fall 19
  • Fall 20
  • Spring 18
  • Spring 19
  • Spring 20
  • Spring/Summer 18
  • Spring/Summer 19
  • Spring/Summer 20
  • Summer 18
  • Summer 19
  • Summer 20
  • Winter 18
  • Winter 19
  • Winter 20

Independent Study Project --- Independent study projects, supervised by faculty, are available to graduate business students in good academic standing. To select a project, students should consult the appropriate professor about the nature of the project and the number of credit hours the work would earn. Students earn one to three credit hours per project and may elect only one study project in a term. Graduate business students should consult their program bulletins for information regarding total number of projects and credits that can be applied to their degree. To register for a project students must submit an approved Independent Study Project application, available online.

Taught By
Thomas Buchmueller
  • Senior Associate Dean for Faculty & Research
  • Waldo O. Hildebrand Professor of Risk Management and Insurance
  • Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy
Tom Buchmueller is a health economist who is an expert on the economics of health insurance and related public policies. He has done extensive...
Francine Lafontaine
  • Associate Dean for Business + Impact
  • William Davidson Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy
  • Professor of Economics, LSA
Francine Lafontaine's areas of interest are in the field of Industrial Organization, with a special focus on vertical relationships, including...
Paul Clyde
  • President, William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan
  • Tom Lantos Professor of Business Administration
  • Movses and Maija Kaldjian Collegiate Lecturer of Business Economics and Public Policy
Paul Clyde is President of the William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan, the Tom Lantos Professor of Business Administration, the...
Ari Shwayder
  • LEO Lecturer of Business Economics and Public Policy