This summer’s undergraduate courses will include:
- MGMT 141 WORLD OF BUSINESS (3 credits)
Instructor: Terence Motsi
This course introduces concepts, theories, information and issues that impact business. It investigates the role of functional business units and the cultural, economic, legal and geopolitical influences on business. Students also examine the nature of business decisions across such functional areas as human resources management, finance, accounting, marketing and operations management.
- MGMT 200 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING (3 credits)
Instructor: Robert Couch
An introduction to the construction and interpretation of financial statements, valuation of assets, financial ratios analysis, and the construction and use of budgets for decision-making.
- PSYC 115 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGICAL PERPECTIVES (3 credits)
Instructor: Racheal Reavis
An introduction to various perspectives within psychology: physiological, learning, cognitive, developmental, social and clinical. Format is typically lecture and discussion. Note: Students cannot receive credit for both PSYC 115 and PSYC 116.
- PSYC 364 PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN (3 credits)
Instructor: Maggie Thomas
Examines women's lives and experiences through the lens of psychological research. Includes a variety of psychological perspectives and issues in women's lives, as well as discussions about gender as a social framework. Prerequisite: sophomore standing or above.
- POLS 367 NON-WESTERN POLITICAL THEORY (3 credits)
Instructor: Peng Yu
Surveys the canonical texts from the non-Western tradition for political thinking. The course investigates how notions, concepts and theories that arise from the texts challenge the Western writings. Prerequisite: POLS 111/121 or consent of the instructor.