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Persuasive Management Communication BCOM 524 Fall 18 (A) +7 1.5 hours
Persuasive Management Communication --- This course presents persuasive communication strategies that facilitate effective management.
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Platforms of Value Co-Creation MKT 624 Winter 19 (A) 3 hours
Platforms of Value Co-Creation --- Interactions are the new locus of creation of value, propelled by Internetworking and the forces of digitalization, ubiquitous connectivity, globalization, and socia
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Platforms of Value Co-Creation STRATEGY 624 Winter 19 (A) 3 hours
Platforms of Value Co-Creation --- Interactions are the new locus of creation of value, propelled by Internetworking and the forces of digitalization, ubiquitous connectivity, globalization, and socia
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Positive Business Communication BCOM 530 Fall 18 +1 3 hours
Positive Business Communication --- The goal of this course is to improve students' effectiveness as leaders, managers, and team members by introducing frameworks for understanding how positive commun
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Pricing Analytics and Strategy MKT 608 Fall 18 3 hours
Pricing Strategy and Tactics --- The 4 Ps of the marketing mix are - (1) the product, (2) its promotion, (3) is distribution, and (4) its pricing.
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Principles of Financial Accounting ACC 502 Fall 18 (A) +1 2.25 hours
Principles of Financial Accounting --- This course introduces the basic concepts and methods used in corporate financial statements for the information of investors and other interested external parti
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Private Equity Finance FIN 624 Fall 18 (B) +1 2.25 hours
Private Equity Finance --- This course presents the fundamentals of private equity finance, focusing on financing mezzanine deals and buyout transactions.
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Private Equity Finance ES 624 Fall 18 (B) +1 2.25 hours
Private Equity Finance --- This course presents the fundamentals of private equity finance, focusing on financing mezzanine deals and buyout transactions.
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Project Management TO 616 Fall 18 (B) +3 1.5 hours
Project Management --- This course focuses on strategies and tools useful in management of non-repetitive business activities.
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Real Estate Development in Practice FIN 563 Fall 19 3 hours
Real Estate Development in Practice --- This course aims to provide students the ability to confidently evaluate and plan a real estate development project.
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Real Estate Development: Fundamentals FIN 565 Winter 18 +1 3 hours
Real Estate Development: Fundamentals --- Cities with Vitality: How to Create Lively, Transit Oriented Downtowns and Liveable Neighborhoods...And How to Own a Piece of the Action.
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Real Estate Essentials FIN 517 Fall 18 +1 3 hours
Real Estate Essentials --- The course gives students tools to help develop cities with vitality, including lively, transit-oriented downtowns and livable neighborhoods through real estate development
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Real Estate Finance and Investment II FIN 567 Winter 19 (B) 1.5 hours
Real Estate Finance and Investment II --- This course continues the development of concepts and techniques for structuring real estate financial deals begun in FIN 566.
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Real Estate Finance and Investment I FIN 566 Winter 18 (B) +1 1.5 hours
Real Estate Finance and Investment I --- This course begins the development of concepts and techniques for structuring real estate financial deals.
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Real Estate Fund FIN 703 Winter 18 (A) +1 3 hours
Real Estate Fund II --- The purpose of this course is to provide MBA students with an opportunity to discover, evaluate and make real-estate investments.
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Real Estate Fund I FIN 702 Winter 18 (A) +3 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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Real Estate Law BL 582 Winter 18 +1 3 hours
Real Estate Law --- LAW- The legal distinction between real and personal property; the importance of fixtures in real estate acquisition and development; the nature and use of air, water and mineral r
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Sensory Marketing MKT 617 Winter 18 (B) +1 1.5 hours
Sensory Marketing --- Sensory perception has a rich tradition in psychology.
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Service Marketing Management MKT 623 Winter 18 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Service Marketing Management --- The purpose of this course is to provide you with a thorough understanding of the role of services in marketing strategy and competition and how these issues guide the
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Social Intrapreneurship: Leading Social Innovation in Organizations MO 637 Winter 18 (A) +1 2.25 hours
Social Intrapreneurship: Leading Social Innovation in Organizations --- Getting a major initiative to succeed in big organizations is much like leading a social movement.
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Social Venture Fund ES 703 Winter 18 (A) +1 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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Spreadsheet Modeling and Applications TO 513 Fall 18 (B) +3 1.5 hours
Spreadsheet Modeling and Applications --- This course, a continuation of TO 512, emphasizes problem solving using spreadsheet software.
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Strategic Brand Management MKT 603 Fall 18 (B) +1 2.25 hours
Strategic Brand Management --- In almost every industry, strong brands sell more, earn more, and last longer.
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Strategic Management of Alliances STRATEGY 681 Winter 18 (B) +1 2.25 hours
Strategic Management of Alliances --- This course will study the theory and practice of business alliances. Alliances among businesses are a fundamental necessity of corporate strategy.
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Strategic Market Planning MKT 601 Fall 18 (A) +1 2.25 hours
Strategic Market Planning --- This course focuses on the critical questions for any market-driven entity: which markets and customers to serve, what function to provide, and the means to achieve compe
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