These days everyone needs a basic understanding of how to achieve success in the global business environment. MGMT 461 (Cross-Cultural and Global Management) is taught by SOM Professor Catherine Cramton on Thursdays 1:30-4:10 pm. It explores common pitfalls in working and managing across the varied customs, practices, and business environments of the world. Topics include […]
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August 13, 2013
April 17, 2013
MIS 462: Data Mining for Business Intelligence (3 credits) (HONORS SEMINAR: Fall 2013) Location: Enterprise Hall, Room 174 Time: Tuesdays 7:20 pm – 10:00 pm Instructor: Pallab Sanyal, Ph. D. Email: email@example.com Course Description: What is this course about? Data mining is the art of extracting useful information from large amounts of data. You have […]
April 9, 2013
The School of Management has opened an additional section of ACCT 351 for registration this summer. ACCT 351 A01 (CRN 40145) will be held on Tuesday and Thursday from 7:00PM-10:05PM and Saturday 9:00AM-12:05PM. The course is now open for registration in Patriot Web.