University of Colorado Colorado Springs: College of Business

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Fall 2012 Schedule

Registration for DMBA Fall 2012 opens on July 1st.

Click here for registration instructions - don't forget you must register based on your residency status - OL1 sections are only for students with resident status and 501 section are only for student with non-resident status.

Course

Title

Professor

ACCT 5590

Introducation to Accounting

Brian P. McAllister, Ph.D., CPA
bmcallis@uccs.edu

ACCT 6190

Accounting for Decision Making

M.Cathy Claiborne, Ph.D., CPA, (MT), CMA
cclaibor@uccs.edu

BUAD 5590

Fundamentals of Economics

Dale R. DeBoer, Ph.D.
ddeboer@uccs.edu

BUAD 6490

Transfroming Technology Organizations and Employees

Robert R. Hirschfeld, Ph.D.
rhirschf@uccs.edu

BUAD 6590

Strategic Management

Eric M. Olson, Ph.D.
eolson@uccs.edu

BUAD 6690

Managing Innovation for Strategic Advantage

Gregory N. Stock, Ph.D.
gstock@uccs.edu

FNCE 6090

Corporate Financial Management

Thomas J. Zwirlein
tzwirlei@uccs.edu

FNCE 6490

International Financial Management

Thomas J. Zwirlein
tzwirlei@uccs.edu

HCAD 6390

Health Care Ethics and Law

Kimberly DeLine, J.D.
kdeline@rmmattys.com

INTB 6991

Regional Business Environment - Asia

Andrew J.Czaplewski, Ph.D.
aczaplew@uccs.edu

MGMT 6090

Leading and Managing in Changing Times

Donald D. Warric, D.B.A.
ddwarrick@aol.com

MGMT 6390

Managing Human Resources for Competative Advantage

John F. Milliman, Ph.D.
jmillima@uccs.edu

MKTG 6090

Marketing Strategy

Andrew J.Czaplewski, Ph.D.
aczaplew@uccs.edu

MKTG 6390

Marketing  Research

Carol A. Finnegan, Ph.D.
cfinnega@uccs.edu

OPTM 6090

Operations: Competing throuhg Capabilities

Monique F. Dooley, Ph.D.
mdooley2@uccs.edu

OPTM 6490

Organizational Skills for Project Management

Margaret M. Beranek, Ph.D.
mberanek@uccs.edu

OPTM 6590

Project Estimation and Risk Management

William E. Ayen, Ph.D.
wayen@uccs.edu

SPMG 6490

System Lifecycle Management

William E. Ayen, Ph.D.
wayen@uccs.edu

 

  • FAll DMBA classes will be held from August 19, 2012 throuhg December 15, 2012.  Refer to the DMBA Academic Calendar for a all fall  2012 dates - they differ from campus dates.
  • You are responsible for completing the required prerequisites before registering for a course.  Please review the following courses that will require prerequisites for this term:

Course Number

Required Prerequisites

ACCT 5590

A working knowledge of Excel is required

ACCT 6190

ACCT 5590 and a working knowledge of Excel

BUAD 6590

ALL Foundation & Core Classes

FNCE 6090

ACCT 5590, BUAD 5590 and QUAN 5590

FNCE 6490

FNCE 6090

INTB 6991

Instructor's permission

MKTG 6390

MKTG 6090 and QUAN 5590

OPTM 6090

ACCT 5590 and QUAN 5590

OPTM 6490

Any 6000 level MBA course or instructor's permission

OPTM 6590

OPTM 6390

SPMG 6490

College-level Statistics or Instructor Approval

 

Campus Classes:
Click here for the campus fall schedule. Registration for Campus MBA Fall 2012 classes opens April 16, 2012.

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