The following weekend one-credit courses are still available as of Feb. 27. You can register by calling the Registrar’s office at 313-6592.
BUSN.262 Social Enterprise (Non-Profit Management III)
This class is the third in a three-class series on non-profit management. This class will focus on social enterprise. Students can take one, two, or all three
classes in the series.
Instructor: Jamie Borgan, program director at New Leaf Bakery Cafe
9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
BUSN 269 Leadership in Global Business Environments
Organizations engaged in for-profit and non-profit work are expanding beyond national borders. Anyone working in regional, international, or global contexts requires the leadership ability and business acumen critical for success in expanded markets and/or operating environments. In this course, we will explore how leadership in complex and evolving global environments takes place to meet the bottom line while safeguarding the earth. Businesses are now seen as change agents invested in the well-being of the communities they operate in and society at large. Leadership in global business environments calls for individuals who can adapt easily to the fluid nature of complex operating environments that involve multiple players with diverse backgrounds, worldviews, socioeconomic, and political persuasions.
Instructor: Dr. Rosemary Muriungi, former deputy head of Human Resources, United Nations Development Program
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, April 17
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sunday, April 18
BUSN 268 Valuation Analysis
In this class you will be part of an investment banking team analyzing a
publicly traded company using Comparative Analysis and Discounted Cash Flow Analysis. The class will focus on historical mergers and acquisitions allowing you to discern the “fair value” for your subject company. Each team in the class will submit a written report and conduct a presentation on their analysis.
Instructor: Colin Kelly, Portfolio Manager at Signia Capital Management
4 p.m. – 9 p.m. on Friday and 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Saturday.