Fall 2019 Residency Course Schedule

On-site Dates: Sept. 21, Oct. 19, and Nov. 16, 2019

Students may select only ONE course from each session.  If a student requires a second course from the same sessino, they can register for an independent study with the same instructor.

The courses in bold signify ICL Courses (Immersive Cloud Learning).  Students have the option of registering for the course in Buffalo, Rochester, or Staten Island.  While the students will physically be in one of those locations, the instructor will teach virtually from the Buffalo.

Academic Support will be available from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Session I (9 - 10 a.m.)

Residency CourseInstructorLevelLiberal/NonGen Ed/AOS Guideline

Business Statistics
BUSN-2010/CRN 80227                                    

Gianturco 4 credits introductory liberal mathematics

International Business (ICL)
BUSN-4030/CRN 85901
(Roc. CRN 85847, Staten Is. CRN 85902)

Pritchard

4 credits advanced

liberal BME: broader context
Diversity in the Workplace      
HRMS-3010/CRN 80821 
Goldberg 4 credits advanced liberal BME: broader context
Small Business Management    
MGMT-3065/CRN 85912 
Gerulat  4 credits advanced nonliberal BME: capstone
Strategic Management   MGMT-4035/CRN 81330 Hutchins 4 credits advanced nonliberal BME: capstone

NOTE:
9 - 11:30 a.m. 
Disability Policy and Legislation         
DIS-3015/CRN 85778

Berger  4 credits advanced nonliberal  

Session II (10:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.)

Residency CourseInstructorLevelLiberal/NonGen Ed
Marketing Management MRKT-3045/CRN 85913 Gerulat 4 credits introductory nonliberal  

Management Information Systems MGIS-3010/CRN 85906 or BUSN-3122/CRN 85945

Nelson 4 credits advanced nonliberal BME: MIS
Legal Issues in Business Environments
BUSN-3080/CRN 80252                              
Pritchard 4 credits advanced liberal  
Leadership (ICL)
MGMT-3025/CRN 81286
(Roc. CRN 85925, Staten Is. CRN 85922) 
Hutchins 4 credits advanced liberal  
Introductory Accounting I (Financial Accounting)
ACCT-2005/CRN 80008 
Goodwin  4 credits advanced nonliberal  
Organizational Behavior MGMT-3060/CRN 81310  Goldberg 4 credits advanced liberal BME: understanding people, org. context

12:15 – 1:00 p.m.  Lunch and Learn - The Networking Lottery with Timothy Cosgriff *

Session III (1 - 3 p.m.)

Residency CourseInstructorLevelLiberal/NonGen Ed
Business Ethics (ICL)
BUSN-3010/CRN 80245
(Roc. CRN 85920, Staten Is. CRN 85921)
Boccolucci 4 credits advanced liberal humanities BME: ethic & social responsibility

Corporate Finance
FSMA-3010/CRN 80663

Pritchard 4 credits advanced liberal  
Operations Management MGMT-3050/CRN 81712 Nelson 4 credits advanced nonliberal  
Introductory to Account II (Managerial Accounting)  ACCT-2010/CRN 80014  Goodwin 4 credits introductory nonliberal  
Human Service Practice with Children with Disabilities      DIS-3020/CRN 85779 Berger 4 credits advanced nonliberal  

* Lunch and Learn: The Networking Lottery - Networking is a critical life skill to the success of your education and career.  Networking is a skill that we each develop to add a "cash payoff" in our career bank account.  This lunch and learn will explore networking basics and real networking applications such as how to get into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

 

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