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 session, they can register for an independent study with the same instructor.

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

Session I (8 - 10 a.m.)

Residency CourseInstructorLevelLiberal/NonGen Ed/AOS Guideline

Business Statistics
BUSN-2010/CRN 80227

Gianturco 4 credits introductory liberal mathematics

International Business
BUSN-4030/CRN 85901

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
MGMT-3025/CRN 81286
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
BUSN-3010/CRN 80245
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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