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 of Albers' graduate classes throughout Spring 2021 are online. These 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 get information if the class is synchronous or asynchronous, as well as availabilities that will fit your schedule.
This course enables students to have in-depth knowledge of accounting for transactions, events, and adjustments affecting assets, liabilities, shareholders' equity, revenues, expenses, gains, and losses.
This course focuses on federal taxation, including the formation, operation, and dissolution of the business entity. Also includes the importance of ethical considerations and special tax subjects.
This course presents the motivation and the methods for applying real options analysis (ROA). Real options analysis applies the financial models developed to value financial or stock options to real investment opportunities facing the firm. For example, we will be applying real options analysis to value new product development, R&D activity, patents, and other investment opportunities.
This course focuses on tools for effective decision making, and concepts of, and practice in, group dynamics. A retreat component and service project individual growth, team building, and group decision making. Draws on research from economics to inform decision-making skill development. Lays a foundation for ethical decision-making throughout the MBA program.
Student teams serve as consultants to area businesses that have been identified through the Seattle University Project Center. The consulting teams identify the projects' work dimensions at the beginning of the quarter through interaction with company leadership. Substantial interaction is then required throughout the quarter between the student team, the business representatives, the professor, and professional consultants brought in to assist the student teams.