Sitting in virtually on a class can give you a better idea of your prospective program's subject matter, learning and teaching styles, and student-professor interaction.
All graduate classes throughout Summer 2020 are online. They are either synchronous or asynchronous:
Below are current classes open to prospective students. All require arrangements made in advance.
Simply click on the button below your desired class to contact an advisor who can inform you if the class is synchronous or asynchronous, as well as availabilities that will fit your schedule.
The study of the accounting principles and practices of governmental and not-for-profit organizations. Examines the reporting, tax, and auditing issues important to entities operating as not-for-profits, such as government entities, social agencies, churches, schools, etc.
Classes are available for virtual observation except the first class. Visit after 7 p.m. on Wednesdays.
This course examines the opportunities and challenges introduced by business analytics through the perspectives of the law and ethics.
Rapidly evolving technologies permit the collection, storage, aggregation, analysis, and use of data create opportunities for financial benefit and the common good, but also create challenges to legal rights such as privacy, equality, and dignity, and to ethical values, such as autonomy, trust, and virtue.
The course will be framed as a contextual examination of business analytics to facilitate learning about legal and ethical standards for private organizations using data analytics techniques in various stages of the data life-cycle.
Virtual observations will be accepted on a case-by-case basis. Available Mondays and Thursdays.
The Capstone is an application of data analytics in the planning and execution of real-life development project for an industry partner. Students work individually or in small teams to define and carry out an analytics project from beginning to end.
Key steps include:
This process will help students integrate what they have learned in multiple courses, and apply their expertise to solve a problem for a real-world enterprise.
Classes are available on Tuesdays.
This course is the study of general management and the tasks of strategy formulation and implementation. It builds on and integrates material from all functional areas. Critical thinking and analysis are engaged as students make decisions, set goals, and act on information from real business situations. The business situations reflect today's multicultural and international environment.
Classes are available on Wednesdays, except for the first week of Summer Quarter.
This course addresses general management and the tasks of strategy formulation and implementation. It builds on and integrates material from all functional areas.
Classes are available on Thursdays.
Investigates the role of management in developing and executing international and global business strategy. Emphasis is on theories of organizational roles in society; how culture shapes both organizational and individual behaviors; how firm-specific and country-specific elements relate to competitive advantages.
Classes are available on Wednesdays.