Graduate School of Business Administration 598:

Special Topics (1.0-3.0 units, max 9)

Selected topics reflecting current trends and recent developments in business administration. Graded CR/NC.
  • Restriction: Registration open to the following major(s): Accounting, Business Administration/East Asian Area Studies, Business Administration/Industrial & Systems Engineering, Business Administration/Jewish Nonprofit Management, Business Administration/Pharmacy, Business Administration/Real Estate Development, Business Administration/Social Work, Business Research, Business Taxation, Gerontology/Business Administration, Business Administration, Juris Doctor/Business Administration, Law/Business Taxation, Medicine/Business Administration, Marketing, Social Entrepreneurship, Business Administration/Urban Planning, Business Administration/Systems Architecting and Engineering, Global Supply Chain Management, Public Health/Social Entrepreneurship
  • Restriction: Registration open to the following class level(s): Doctoral Student, Master Student
SectionSessionUnitsTypeTimeDaysRegisteredInstructorLocationSyllabusInfo
If Not You, Who? The Future of Leadership
16135R3721.5Lecture6:00-7:40pmMonday23 of 999Sarah TownsendONLINEPDF (531156 KB)session dates
If Not You, Who? The Future of Leadership
16136R0711.5Lecture6:00-7:40pmMonday
4 of 1
Sarah TownsendONLINEPDF (531156 KB)session dates
If Not Now, When? The Future of Capitalism
16143R3721.5Lecture6:00-7:40pmWednesday30 of 999Chris ParsonsONLINEPDF (451026 KB)session dates
If Not Now, When? The Future of Capitalism
16144R0711.5Lecture6:00-7:40pmWednesday
9 of 1
Chris ParsonsONLINEPDF (451026 KB)session dates
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