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Corporate Financial Accounting
The primary focus of the course is developing the skills required to interpret and analyze financial information.
CIS 401A, CIS 401B
Information Systems for Management
This course focuses on the theoretical foundations underlying management information systems and their vital role in the modern business environment.
Capital Budgeting and Corporate Objectives
This course provides an introduction to financial analysis and capital budgeting with an emphasis on the valuation of real investment projects.
Structured Problem Solving in Teams
The First-Year Project Experience is a live project helping a client at a real organization answer an important question or achieve a significant business objective.
This course develops the ability to frame business decisions and trains in fundamental quantitative analysis techniques.
This course provides an introduction to using data and data analytics to inform decision-making.
This course is our introduction to marketing from the viewpoint of a manager making marketing decisions in a variety of competitive and institutional settings.
The course develops a managerial perspective of the operations function and an appreciation of the role that operations plays in creating and maintaining a firm’s competitive edge.
The primary objective of the course is to train students to think in economic terms, to identify the relevant economic issue in a given situation.
This course provides tools for analyzing decisions companies make and for designing business strategies that help firms make above-normal profits in the long run.
Professional Communication: Persuasion in Business Relationships
This course teaches the rhetorical principles of logic and persuasion, and the interactional approach to communication in groups and professional relationships.
Influence in Interpersonal Interactions
This course applies the concepts of persuasive communication to a widened range of workplace settings.
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
This course deals with business ethics and the social responsibility of business organizations.
Elements of Leadership
This course approaches leadership as a set of learned skills that are subject to personal intention and choice.
Negotiation Theory and Practice: Bargaining for Value
This course surveys negotiation practices and develops skills that enhance the ability to capture value in cooperative and competitive bargaining scenarios.
Organization and Strategy
This course teaches how to approach and solve a wide range of organizational design problems, whether as manager at any level, entrepreneur, or consultant.
This course presents behavioral concepts that influence individual, group, and organizational effectiveness.
Brand Management Workshop
This course focuses on scanner data analysis and discusses timely brand management topics. Includes a team project performed for a major consumer packaged goods firm.
Product Management Workshop
This course provides students an opportunity to apply previous skills and experiences, along with new Simon skills, to a real client project.
Finance Project: Investment Portfolio Analysis
Design, execute, and present a team project in a finance topic area: investments, corporate finance, fintech, etc. Also includes broad finance industry overview and exposure to Bloomberg.
Strategy and Business Systems Consulting Practicum
This consulting strategy course includes a live project helping a client at a real organization answer an important question or achieve a significant business objective.
American Business Practice
Year 1 Summer Semester
This course is designed to apply business-management theories learned in class while assigned as an intern (minimum of six weeks) with a US company.
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