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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

Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Dynamic Competition
Explores the life cycle of industries and their effects on the dynamics of competition, including the creation of industries and the role of startups and proliferation of designs.
Meets: Thurs., 10:50am – 1:20pm
Available Dates: Jan. 31 – April 11
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Advanced Marketing Management
Examines the specific elements of marketing management, including market research, metrics, positioning, planning, and the marketing mix.
Meets: Wed., 8am – 10:30am
Available Dates: Jan. 30 – April 10
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Logistics and Transportation Management
Examines the logistics and transportation operations, including the structure, challenges, and potential of the major modes of domestic transportation.
Meets: Wed., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Available Dates: Jan. 30 – April 10
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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., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
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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Corporate Governance, Ethics, and Financial Reporting II
Examines corporate financial reporting in the decision-making process. Emphasis is on the economic consequences of alternative financial reporting practices. Provides students with the ability to understand and utilize critical information contained in corporate financial reports to improve business decision making.
Meets: M, T, W, Th; 8am – 10am or 10:30am – 12: 30pm
Dates Available: Jan. 28 – April 11
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Corporate and Governmental/Nonprofit Financial Reporting and Decision Making
Examines accounting and disclosure standards in the United States and in other countries, as well as standards developed by international bodies.
Meets: T, Th; 8am – 10am or 10:30am – 12: 30pm
Dates Available: Jan. 29 – April 11
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Audit and Other Assurance Services
Introduces the attest function and its application to financial statement opinion audits and other assurance services common in today’s professional environment.
Meets: T, Th; 8am – 10am or 10:30am – 12: 30pm
Dates Available: Jan. 29 – April 11
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Taxation of Individuals and Business Ethics
Introduces the principles of taxation including income expenses, tax accounting methods, and the tax implications of property transactions.
Meets: M, W; 8am – 10am or 10:30am – 12: 30pm
Dates Available: Jan. 28 – April 10
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Accounting Research and Communication
Requires students to research and analyze auditing issues by using quantitative and/or qualitative research methods. Offers students an opportunity to learn how to more effectively communicate those findings in a professional format.
Meets: T, Th; 10am – 12pm or 1pm – 3pm
Dates Available: Jan. 29 – April 11
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Auditing in a Big Data Environment
Focuses on the coverage of current significant issues in the assurance services and big data environment. Topics include the impact of technology on the audit process, client risk assessment and statistical data analysis, other assurance services and nonattestation engagements, and the use of complex decision aids. Emphasis is also on contemporary ethical and legal issues confronting the public accounting profession. Offer students the opportunity to think critically about a number of significant issues facing the auditing profession and also introduces impact of big data, the audit judgment, and decision-making process through the completion of a variety of audit cases.
Meets: T, Th; 1pm – 3pm or 3:10pm – 5pm
Dates Available: Jan. 29 – April 11
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Corporations and Shareholders
Provides an in-depth study of the tax issues related to the corporate form and the corresponding tax implications for its shareholders. Given the importance of corporations in the federal income tax system, an understanding of the tax issues related to this type of business is essential for tax professionals. Topics include capital formation and structure, the operations of the corporation, distributions, dividends and redemptions, sales and liquidations, and taxable and tax-free reorganizations.
Meets: T, Th; 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Dates Available: Jan. 29 – April 11
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Corporate Governance, Ethics, and Financial Reporting
Deals with issues related to corporate governance and audit committee mechanisms in preventing financial reporting disasters and in providing high-quality financial reports to global capital markets. Emphasizes the role of the board of directors and its committees, management, shareholders, external auditors, and internal auditors in developing sound ethical practices and a good corporate governance culture. Examines efforts by legislative and regulatory bodies and the accounting profession in improving financial reporting transparency and auditor independence.
Meets: T, Th; 5:20pm – 7:20pm or 7:30pm – 9:30pm
Dates Available: Jan. 29 – April 11
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Corporations and Shareholders
Provides an in-depth study of the tax issues related to the corporate form and the corresponding tax implications for its shareholders. Given the importance of corporations in the federal income tax system, an understanding of the tax issues related to this type of business is essential for tax professionals. Topics include capital formation and structure, the operations of the corporation, distributions, dividends and redemptions, sales and liquidations, and taxable and tax-free reorganizations.
Meets: T, Th; 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Dates Available: Jan. 29 – April 11
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Partners and Partnerships
Provides an in-depth study of the tax issues related to one of the central flow-through entities, the partnership. The increasing popularity of flow-through entities as an organizational form has made an understanding of the tax issues related to this type of entity an important area of study for tax professionals. Topics include capital formation, operations, transactions between the partner and the partnership, distributions, sales of partnership interests, and liquidation of the partnership.
Meets: T, Th; 3:10pm – 5:10pm
Dates Available: Jan. 29 – April 11
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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: Mar. 23, 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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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
Register Here
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
Register Here
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
Register Here
Logistics and Transportation Management
Examines the logistics and transportation operations, including the structure, challenges, and potential of the major modes of domestic transportation.
Meets: Wed., 5:20pm – 7:20pm
Available Dates: Jan. 30 – April 10
Register Here
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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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.