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Attend a Real Class

The excitement, energy and discussion inside our classrooms is at the very heart of the student experience. So why not see it firsthand while you’re considering a graduate program at D’Amore-McKim? Here’s how it works: Register to visit a specific class at least 72 hours in advance. Just before class starts, you’ll meet an admissions coordinator inside Dodge Hall who will answer any questions you may have while you walk the halls to your chosen class setting.

MBA and MS Class Options

The Cultural Aspects of International Business
Focuses on the issues that arise when a firm operates in multiple countries with cultures that are different from its home country.
Meets: Mon./Wed., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Available Dates: May 13 – Jun. 12
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Brand and Advertising Management
Offers students an opportunity to obtain an in-depth understanding of the brand-building process amid radical changes in today’s marketing communications platforms. Exposes students to concepts, frameworks, and theories for integrated marketing communications.
Meets: Mon./Wed., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Available Dates: May 13 – Jun. 12
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Managing the Global Enterprise
Focuses on the international business environment, and examines the influence on global decision making of such areas as the international economy and trade issues, legal and political context differences, governmental actions, cultural and ethical system differences, exchange rates and international currency markets.
Meets: Tues./Thurs., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Available Dates: May 14 – Jun. 13
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Demand Planning and Forecasting
Offers a practical introduction to demand (sales) forecasting for business students. Focuses on the organizational processes in generating a forecast, regression analysis, exponential smoothing, time-series analysis, judgmental forecasting methods, and evaluation of forecast quality.
Meets: Tues./Thurs., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Available Dates: Jul. 9 – Aug. 8
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The Cultural Aspects of International Business
Focuses on the issues that arise when a firm operates in multiple countries with cultures that are different from its home country.
Meets: Mon./Wed., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Available Dates: May 13 – Jun. 12
Register Here

Brand and Advertising Management
Offers students an opportunity to obtain an in-depth understanding of the brand-building process amid radical changes in today’s marketing communications platforms. Exposes students to concepts, frameworks, and theories for integrated marketing communications.
Meets: Mon./Wed., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Available Dates: May 13 – Jun. 12
Register Here

Managing the Global Enterprise
Focuses on the international business environment, and examines the influence on global decision making of such areas as the international economy and trade issues, legal and political context differences, governmental actions, cultural and ethical system differences, exchange rates and international currency markets.
Meets: Tues./Thurs., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Available Dates: May 14 – Jun. 13
Register Here

Demand Planning and Forecasting
Offers a practical introduction to demand (sales) forecasting for business students. Focuses on the organizational processes in generating a forecast, regression analysis, exponential smoothing, time-series analysis, judgmental forecasting methods, and evaluation of forecast quality.
Meets: Tues./Thurs., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Available Dates: Jul. 9 – Aug. 8
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Advanced Topics in Accounting
Offers an in-depth examination of selected issues and problems in accounting that are of current interest to faculty and students
Meets: Wed., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Dates Available: May 15 – Aug. 7
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Advanced Flow-Through Entities
Offers an in-depth look at the tax consequences of businesses formed as flow-through entities (including partnerships, S corporations, and LLCs).  
Meets: Tue., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Dates Available: May 21 – Aug. 6
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Lean Innovation
Explores how corporate venturing and entrepreneurial teams can quickly and effectively bring new concepts to market. 
Meets: Sat., 8:00am – 9:30am OR 1:00pm – 2:30pm
Available Dates: Apr. 20, Apr. 27
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International Finance Management
Develops specific concepts, policies, and techniques for the financial management of the multinational firm.
Meets: Th., 12:40pm – 2:40pm
Available Dates: Mar. 14 – Apr. 11
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The Cultural Aspects of International Business
Focuses on the issues that arise when a firm operates in multiple countries with cultures that are different from its home country.
Meets: Mon./Wed., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Available Dates: May 13 – Jun. 12
Register Here

Managing the Global Enterprise
Focuses on the international business environment, and examines the influence on global decision making of such areas as the international economy and trade issues, legal and political context differences, governmental actions, cultural and ethical system differences, exchange rates and international currency markets.
Meets: Tues./Thurs., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Available Dates: May 14 – Jun. 13
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Graduate Certificate Class Options

Financial Reporting and Managerial Decision Making
Focuses on the acquisition, measurement, and management of firm resources.
Meets: Wed., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Available Dates: Jan. 30 – April 17
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Financial Reporting and Managerial Decision Making
Focuses on the acquisition, measurement, and management of firm resources.
Meets: Wed., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Available Dates: Jan. 30 – April 17
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Managing People and Organizations
Examines today’s evolving environment, in which effective utilization of human resources is a source of competitive advantage.
Meets: Mon., 5:30pm – 8:30pm
Available Dates: Jan. 28 – April 15
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Enterprise Growth and Innovation
Explores the challenges and processes for harnessing technological innovation for new-business development.
Meets: Wed., 3pm – 5pm
Available Dates: Jan. 31 – April 18
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Managing People and Organizations
Examines today’s evolving environment, in which effective utilization of human resources is a source of competitive advantage.
Meets: Mon., 5:30pm – 8:30pm
Available Dates: Jan. 28 – April 8
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Enterprise Growth and Innovation
Explores the challenges and processes for harnessing technological innovation for new-business development.
Meets: Thurs., 3pm – 5pm
Available Dates: Jan. 31 – April 18
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Doing Business in Emerging Markets
Takes the perspective of managers who are considering the best ways to enter and succeed in emerging markets such as Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa, and others that offer varying institutional opportunities and challenges.
Meets: Thurs., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Available Dates: Jan. 31 – April 11
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Managing People and Organizations
Examines today’s evolving environment, in which effective utilization of human resources is a source of competitive advantage.
Meets: Mon., 5:30pm – 8:30pm
Available Dates: Jan. 28 – April 8
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Marketing in Service Sector
Provides students with knowledge of management needs and techniques associated with the service sector of the economy.
Meets: Mon., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Available Dates: Jan. 28 – April 8
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Demand Planning and Forecasting
Offers a practical introduction to demand (sales) forecasting for business students. Focuses on the organizational processes in generating a forecast, regression analysis, exponential smoothing, time-series analysis, judgmental forecasting methods, and evaluation of forecast quality.
Meets: Tues./Thurs., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Available Dates: Jul. 9 – Aug. 8
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Enterprise Growth and Innovation
Explores the challenges and processes for harnessing technological innovation for new-business development.
Meets: Thurs., 3pm – 5pm
Available Dates: Jan. 31 – April 18
Register Here

To minimize the potential for class disruptions, we do ask that you first attend an on-campus information session or webinar to gain high-level knowledge about your program of interest. Please stay for the full duration of the class and attend as a silent observer only.