2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
    Feb 05, 2023  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

MGMT 5900 - Special Topics in Management

Each year, the Graduate School of Management offers courses under the “special topics” category. These courses are often different each semester and can be either .5 or one unit courses. For descriptions of current special topics courses, please see the Course Descriptions page on GSOM’s website. May be repeatable for credit.

May count as an Experiential Learning Requirement II for the MBA program, depending on the topic.

SPRING 2018 TOPIC: Global ELab - This course is designed for students with an entrepreneurial spirit and interest in understanding and examining entrepreneurship outside of the United States. This course will prepare students to apply, compare, contrast and examine business models from a global and international perspective. This course will require students to use problem solving, creative thinking and critical inquiry to examine international entrepreneurial opportunities around topics such as markets, competition, power and political considerations, social and cultural dynamics, ethical dilemmas, resources, sustainability and feasibility.  Students will travel to another country and have direct interaction with entrepreneurs and small business owners in that country. They will experience international business operations with local entrepreneurs and small business owners. The trip is a practice-based experience where students will be asked to examine and propose solutions to the challenges and opportunities of the entrepreneurs they work with.  ADDITIONAL FEES APPLY TO THIS COURSE


Prerequisites: Prerequisites vary depending on the course.

Anticipated Terms Offered: Varies