Spring 2015 Course Listings (Westchester)


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    Core Courses

    COR1-GB.1303 FIRMS&MARKETS (3) --Times and Dates are Subject to Change --
    Section
    Meeting Times
    Dates
    Instructor
    Notes

       
    91
    W 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
    02/11-05/06
    Fall Langone Westchester

    Equivalencies
    COR1-GB.1103 ( B01.1103 ) -
    COR9-GB.2303 ( B09.2303 ) -


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    COR1-GB.1305 STATISTICS&DATA ANALYSIS (3) --Times and Dates are Subject to Change --
    Section
    Meeting Times
    Dates
    Instructor
    Notes

       
    91
    M 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
    02/09-05/11
    Westchester

    Equivalencies
    COR9-GB.2405 ( B09.2405 ) -


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    COR1-GB.2103 STRATEGY I (1.5) --Times and Dates are Subject to Change --
    Section
    Meeting Times
    Dates
    Instructor
    Notes

       
    9W
    Westchester

    Equivalencies
    COR1-GB.1101 ( B01.1101 ) -
    COR1-GB.2101 ( B01.2101 ) -
    COR1-GB.2102 ( B01.2102 ) -


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    COR1-GB.2104 STRATEGY II (1.5) --Times and Dates are Subject to Change --
    Section
    Meeting Times
    Dates
    Instructor
    Notes

       
    9W
    Westchester

    Pre/Corequisite
    Pre-requisite - COR1-GB.2103 ( B01.2103 ) -
    Equivalencies
    COR1-GB.2101 ( B01.2101 ) -
    COR1-GB.2102 ( B01.2102 ) -


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    Economics

    ECON-GB.2190 Global Perspectives on Enterprise Systems (1.5) --Times and Dates are Subject to Change --
    This course compares the emergence and development of four of the world's leading enterprise systems-Great Britain, Germany, Japan, and the United States. It examines political, cultural, and economic similarities and differences of successful wealth-creating societies, paying special attention to impacts of government, entrepreneurship, management, and financial institutions. The objectives of the course are to develop an understanding of different enterprise systems and to hone abilities to think comparatively, both over time and across national contexts.
         Course Description
    Section
    Meeting Times
    Dates
    Instructor
    Notes

       
    9W
    Westchester

    Specializations
    Economics
    Global Business / Intl Business


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    Finance

    FINC-GB.2302 Corporate Finance (3) --Times and Dates are Subject to Change --
    This course helps students develop an analytical framework for understanding how organizations make investment and financing decisions. Students also learn the theory and practice of various valuation techniques. There is an emphasis on understanding the theory and its applications to the real world as well as appreciating the limitations of the tools in practical settings. Specific topics include capital budgeting, investment decision rules, discounted cash flow valuation, real options, cost of capital, capital structure, dividend policy, and valuation methods such as WACC and APV.
         Course Description
    Section
    Meeting Times
    Dates
    Instructor
    Notes

       
    91
    R 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
    02/12-05/07
    WESTCHESTER

    Pre/Corequisite
    Pre-requisite - COR1-GB.2311 ( B01.2311 ) -
    OR COR1-GB.2302 -
    OR LAW-LW.11461 -
    Specializations
    Corporate Finance
    Finance
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    Management and Organizations

    MGMT-GB.3335 Foundations of Entrepreneurship (3) --Times and Dates are Subject to Change --
    This course offers a framework for understanding the entrepreneurial process and exposes the student to most problems and issues faced by entrepreneurs who start new ventures. Case study is the principal teaching method, supplemented by lectures, a venture planning exercise, and guest speakers. Major objectives are for students to learn how to identify and evaluate market opportunities; develop a venture concept and marketing plan; assess and obtain the required resources; and manage the launch of a new venture.


         Course Description
    Section
    Meeting Times
    Dates
    Instructor
    Notes

       
    91
    M 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
    02/09-05/11
    Westchester

    Equivalencies
    MGMT-GB.3336 ( B65.3336 ) - Foundations of Social Entrepreneurship
    MGMT-GB.3337 ( B65.3337 ) - FNDTNS:TECHNOL ENTREPRENU
    Specializations
    Entrepreneurship&Innovation
    Management


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    Non-Credit Courses

    NOCR-GB.2050 LANGONE LAB: ORIENTATION (0.0) --Times and Dates are Subject to Change --
    Section
    Meeting Times
    Dates
    Instructor
    Notes

       
    91
    01/24-01/25
    New Spring Langone-BROWN


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    Professional Responsibility

    COR2-GB.3101 PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILI (1.5) --Times and Dates are Subject to Change --
    Section
    Meeting Times
    Dates
    Instructor
    Notes

       
    9W
    Westchester

    Pre/Corequisite
    Pre-requisite - COR1-GB.1302 ( B01.1302 ) -
    Pre-requisite - COR1-GB.1303 ( B01.1303 ) -
    Pre-requisite - COR1-GB.1305 ( B01.1305 ) -
    Pre-requisite - COR1-GB.1306 ( B01.1306 ) - FIN ACCOUNTING & REPORTNG
    Pre-requisite - COR1-GB.2103 ( B01.2103 ) -
    Pre-requisite - COR1-GB.2104 ( B01.2104 ) -
    Pre-requisite - COR1-GB.2303 ( B01.2303 ) -
    Pre-requisite - COR1-GB.2310 ( B01.2310 ) -
    Pre-requisite - COR1-GB.2311 ( B01.2311 ) -
    Pre-requisite - COR1-GB.2314 ( B01.2314 ) -


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