Still looking for class ideas for the upcoming fall semester? Consider one of the following and register today!
ENTP 3200 – Essentials in Entrepreneurship
Tuesday/Thursday 3:30pm – 4:45pm
This is a fantastic course for getting your feet wet in all-things entrepreneurship. Incorporating elements of the “Lean Start Up Model,” this course will teach the concepts, skills, practical information and attitudes needed for a startup business to succeed. Undergraduate business school students may also take ENTP 3200 in place of ENTP 3000. Discover your inner entrepreneur. Note: When registering for courses, you must select the “Extended Studies” campus instead of “Denver Campus.”
MGMT 3420 / ISMG 4785 – Ethics: A Formula for Success
Tuesday/Thursday 5:00pm – 6:15pm
Emerging technologies are the future of business. Robotics, medical breakthroughs in cloning and cryogenics, drones, smart transportation, security advances in both the IT world and with the military complex…these will all play a huge role in the future of businesses. What are these new technologies and what are the business issues involved? MGMT 3420 / ISMG 4785 will explore these technologies and the associated problems. Is it time to question if the machines can rise up against us?
MKTG 4251 – Music and Media Marketing
Tuesday/Thursday 3:30pm – 4:45pm
This course explores strategies, tactics and best practices utilized in the marketing of music, performing and dramatic arts. From recording artists and movie studios to repertory theater companies and symphony orchestras, artists and organizations need sound marketing strategies to engage audiences, sell tickets, and market merchandise to maintain profitable and sustainable operations.
MKTG 4252 – The Business of Sports
Monday 6:30pm – 9:15pm
This course focuses on strategic business issues in the sports industry. It covers business issues for both spectator sports and individual participant Sports. Spectator sports include football, basketball, hockey, baseball, extreme competitive sports, Olympic sports etc.). Participant sports include outdoor adventure Sports (e.g., Hiking, whitewater rafting, Biking), skiing, golf, tennis, and youth sports. Topics include industry trends, strategic planning, management challenges, financing in sports, and major legal issues in sports.
RISK 4950 – Special Topics: Cyber Risk Management and Cyber Warfare
Friday 3:00 – 5:45 pm & Saturday 8:00 – 10:45 am for 8 weeks, section 500
This course will focus on the evolution of cybercrime, cyber warfare and cyber terrorism, how state and non-state actors utilize asymmetrical warfare to infiltrate government and corporate networks, to manage the risks associated with information technology and mitigate the effects of cybercrime and cyber warfare. This course is eligible for a scholarship, so apply today! Note: When registering for courses, you must select the “Extended Studies” campus instead of “Denver Campus.”
RISK 1000 – Introduction to Careers in Risk Management and Insurance
Monday 11:00am – 12:15pm
Need a one-credit elective? A networking experience? A career with lots of opportunities? Take RISK 1000. This course introduces students to the many and varied career opportunities in the risk management and insurance industry via visiting industry professionals and on-site industry visits. It’s a great place to find internships and network with professionals! The course meets 1 hour each week and is pass/fail. Note: When registering for courses, you must select the “Extended Studies” campus instead of “Denver Campus.”