Summer Business Courses | Last Opportunity!

If you have not yet registered for a summer course with the School of Business, now is the time. Based on the summer course survey completed by students earlier this Spring, the School of Business is offering the following courses.

ACCT 211/507 – Financial Accounting
ACCT 212/508 – Managerial Accounting
ACCT 421/621 – Controllership
ACCT 446/646 – Auditing
ACCT 458/658 – Government & Non-Profit
ACCT 486/686 – CPA Review
ECON 255/254 – Micro/Macro Economics
ECON 241 – Managerial Statistics
FNCE 621 – Corporate Financial Strategy
FNCE 668 – Investments & Portfolio Analysis
MGMT 381/382 – Business Law I & II
MGMT 568 – Conflict Resolution
MGMT 644 – Employment Law
MGMT 654 – Issues in Employee and Labor Relations
MKTG 586 – Advertising Management
MKTG 631 – Marketing, Planning & Strategy
MKTG 656 – New Product Development

As a number of these courses begin next week and some campus departments are closed this Friday, please contact Cheryl Bauman (undergraduate courses) or Heather Miller (MBA courses) immediately if you plan to enroll. We want to ensure such courses aren’t cancelled due to low enrollment.

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3 Comments on “Summer Business Courses | Last Opportunity!”

  1. July 6, 2011 at 6:36 am #

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  3. August 29, 2011 at 11:42 am #

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