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CIMBA’s study abroad and MBA programs offer dynamic, high-quality courses that are backed by the University of Iowa. Use this directory to explore our course offerings, or look up a specific session of interest. Syllabi are posted as we receive them for upcoming sessions. If the syllabus for the course you are interested in is not posted, visit our syllabi archive to locate a previous session. Content stays very similar from session to session.

 

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Accounting

Managerial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Introduction to Financial Accounting (ACCT:2100), Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100), Calculus & Matrix Algebra for Business (MATH:1380)

Basic topics in cost behavior, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for relevant analysis, budgeting, performance evaluation. 

Managerial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Introduction to Financial Accounting (ACCT:2100), Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100)

Basic topics in cost behavior, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for relevant analysis, budgeting, performance evaluation. 

Managerial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Introduction to Financial Accounting (ACCT:2100), Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100)

Basic topics in cost behavior, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for relevant analysis, budgeting, performance evaluation. 

Managerial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Introduction to Financial Accounting (ACCT:2100), Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100)

Basic topics in cost behavior, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for relevant analysis, budgeting, performance evaluation. 

Managerial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Introduction to Financial Accounting (ACCT:2100), Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100),

Basic topics in cost behavior, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for relevant analysis, budgeting, performance evaluation. 

Managerial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Introduction to Financial Accounting (ACCT:2100), Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100)

Basic topics in cost behavior, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for relevant analysis, budgeting, performance evaluation. 

Managerial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Introduction to Financial Accounting (ACCT:2100), Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100)

Basic topics in cost behavior, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for relevant analysis, budgeting, performance evaluation. 

Managerial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Introduction to Financial Accounting (ACCT:2100), Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100)

Basic topics in cost behavior, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for relevant analysis, budgeting, performance evaluation. 

Managerial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Introduction to Financial Accounting (ACCT:2100), Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100)

Basic topics in cost behavior, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for relevant analysis, budgeting, performance evaluation. 

Managerial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Introduction to Financial Accounting (ACCT:2100), Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100)

Basic topics in cost behavior, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for relevant analysis, budgeting, performance evaluation. 

Managerial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Introduction to Financial Accounting (ACCT:2100), Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100)

Basic topics in cost behavior, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for relevant analysis, budgeting, performance evaluation. 

Managerial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Introduction to Financial Accounting (ACCT:2100), Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100)

Basic topics in cost behavior, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for relevant analysis, budgeting, performance evaluation. 

Managerial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Introduction to Financial Accounting (ACCT:2100), Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100)

Basic topics in cost behavior, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for relevant analysis, budgeting, performance evaluation. 

Managerial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Introduction to Financial Accounting (ACCT:2100), Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100)

Basic topics in cost behavior, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for relevant analysis, budgeting, performance evaluation. 

  • ACCT:2200
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Managerial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Introduction to Financial Accounting (ACCT:2100), Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100)

Basic topics in cost behavior, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for relevant analysis, budgeting, performance evaluation. 

  • ACCT:2200
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Income Measurement & Asset Valuation (3 s.h.)

Prerequisites: Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Managerial Accounting (ACCT:2200)

Accounting rules that determine how economic events and transactions are described in published financial reports; emphasis on revenue and expense recognition, asset valuation, accrual accounting model. Required Supplies: Basic Financial Calculator (i.e. Texas Instruments BA II Plus regular or professional model, Sharp- EL-733A or the Hewlett- Packard 10BII are some common ones).

Income Measurement & Asset Valuation (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Managerial Accounting (ACCT:2200)

Accounting rules that determine how economic events and transactions are described in published financial reports; emphasis on revenue and expense recognition, asset valuation, accrual accounting model. Required Supplies: Basic Financial Calculator (i.e. Texas Instruments BA II Plus regular or professional model, Sharp- EL-733A or the Hewlett-Packard 10BII are some common ones).

Income Measurement & Asset Valuation (3 s.h.)

Prerequisites: Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Managerial Accounting (ACCT:2200)

Accounting rules that determine how economic events and transactions are described in published financial reports; emphasis on revenue and expense recognition, asset valuation, accrual accounting model. Required Supplies: Basic Financial Calculator (i.e. Texas Instruments BA II Plus regular or professional model, Sharp- EL-733A or the Hewlett- Packard 10BII are some common ones).

Income Measurement & Asset Valuation (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Managerial Accounting (ACCT:2200)

Accounting rules that determine how economic events and transactions are described in published financial reports; emphasis on revenue and expense recognition, asset valuation, accrual accounting model. Required Supplies: Basic Financial Calculator (i.e. Texas Instruments BA II Plus regular or professional model, Sharp- EL-733A or the Hewlett-Packard 10BII are some common ones).

Income Measurement & Asset Valuation (3 s.h.)

Prerequisites: Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Managerial Accounting (ACCT:2200)

Accounting rules that determine how economic events and transactions are described in published financial reports; emphasis on revenue and expense recognition, asset valuation, accrual accounting model. Required Supplies: Basic Financial Calculator (i.e. Texas Instruments BA II Plus regular or professional model, Sharp- EL-733A or the Hewlett- Packard 10BII are some common ones).

Income Measurement & Asset Valuation (3 s.h.)

Prerequisites: Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Managerial Accounting (ACCT:2200)

Accounting rules that determine how economic events and transactions are described in published financial reports; emphasis on revenue and expense recognition, asset valuation, accrual accounting model. Required Supplies: Basic Financial Calculator (i.e. Texas Instruments BA II Plus regular or professional model, Sharp- EL-733A or the Hewlett- Packard 10BII are some common ones).

Income Measurement & Asset Valuation (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Managerial Accounting (ACCT:2200)

Accounting rules that determine how economic events and transactions are described in published financial reports; emphasis on revenue and expense recognition, asset valuation, accrual accounting model. Required Supplies: Basic Financial Calculator (i.e. Texas Instruments BA II Plus regular or professional model, Sharp- EL-733A or the Hewlett- Packard 10BII are some common ones).

Income Measurement & Asset Valuation (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Managerial Accounting (ACCT:2200)

Accounting rules that determine how economic events and transactions are described in published financial reports; emphasis on revenue and expense recognition, asset valuation, accrual accounting model. Required Supplies: Basic Financial Calculator (i.e. Texas Instruments BA II Plus regular or professional model, Sharp- EL-733A or the Hewlett- Packard 10BII are some common ones).

Income Measurement & Asset Valuation (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Managerial Accounting (ACCT:2200)

Accounting rules that determine how economic events and transactions are described in published financial reports; emphasis on revenue and expense recognition, asset valuation, accrual accounting model. Required Supplies: Basic Financial Calculator (i.e. Texas Instruments BA II Plus regular or professional model, Sharp- EL-733A or the Hewlett- Packard 10BII are some common ones).

  • ACCT:3200
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Income Measurement & Asset Valuation (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Managerial Accounting (ACCT:2200)

Accounting rules that determine how economic events and transactions are described in published financial reports; emphasis on revenue and expense recognition, asset valuation, accrual accounting model. Required Supplies: Basic Financial Calculator (i.e. Texas Instruments BA II Plus regular or professional model, Sharp- EL-733A or the Hewlett- Packard 10BII are some common ones).

  • ACCT:3200
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Valuation of Financial Claims (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Current and long-term liabilities and stockholders’ equity, off-balance sheet financing, cash flow statement, earnings-per-share, financial instruments

Current and long-term liabilities and stockholders’ equity, off-balance sheet financing, cash flow statement, earnings-per-share, financial instruments.

Valuation of Financial Claims – (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Current and long-term liabilities and stockholders’ equity, off-balance sheet financing, cash flow statement, earnings-per-share, financial instruments

Current and long-term liabilities and stockholders’ equity, off-balance sheet financing, cash flow statement, earnings-per-share, financial instruments.

Special Topics in Accounting: International Financial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: 2 semesters of accounting

Accounting has to do with how executives keep track of their businesses. Since accounting practices differ around the world, otherwise intelligent decision-making will be hampered by misinterpretation of accounting information. This course explores the many determinants of international accounting as a means of comprehending the development of many different approaches to accounting practices. Of special interest is the evolution and application of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

Special Topics in Accounting: Business Fraud Risks (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: At least one introductory accounting course.

This course explores various acadmic approaches to fraud, including factors learned from other disciplines such as sociology and psychology. Some of the topics covered include: skimming transactions, identity fraud, computer schemes, money laundering, bribery and kickbacks, and corporate espionage.

Special Topics in Accounting: International Financial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: 2 semesters of accounting

Accounting has to do with how executives keep track of their businesses. Since accounting practices differ around the world, otherwise intelligent decision-making will be hampered by misinterpretation of accounting information. This course explores the many determinants of international accounting as a means of comprehending the development of many different approaches to accounting practices. Of special interest is the evolution and application of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

Topics in Accounting: Business Fraud Risks (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: At least one introductory accounting course.

This course explores various acadmic approaches to fraud, including factors learned from other disciplines such as sociology and psychology. Some of the topics covered include: skimming transactions, identity fraud, computer schemes, money laundering, bribery and kickbacks, and corporate espionage.

Special Topics in Accounting: International Financial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: 2 semesters of accounting

Accounting has to do with how executives keep track of their businesses. Since accounting practices differ around the world, otherwise intelligent decision-making will be hampered by misinterpretation of accounting information. This course explores the many determinants of international accounting as a means of comprehending the development of many different approaches to accounting practices. Of special interest is the evolution and application of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

Special Topics in Accounting: Business Fraud Risks (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: At least one introductory accounting course.

This course explores various acadmic approaches to fraud, including factors learned from other disciplines such as sociology and psychology. Some of the topics covered include: skimming transactions, identity fraud, computer schemes, money laundering, bribery and kickbacks, and corporate espionage.

Special Topics in Accounting: International Financial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: 2 semesters of accounting

Accounting has to do with how executives keep track of their businesses. Since accounting practices differ around the world, otherwise intelligent decision-making will be hampered by misinterpretation of accounting information. This course explores the many determinants of international accounting as a means of comprehending the development of many different approaches to accounting practices. Of special interest is the evolution and application of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

Special Topics in Accounting: International Financial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: 2 semesters of accounting

Accounting has to do with how executives keep track of their businesses. Since accounting practices differ around the world, otherwise intelligent decision-making will be hampered by misinterpretation of accounting information. This course explores the many determinants of international accounting as a means of comprehending the development of many different approaches to accounting practices. Of special interest is the evolution and application of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

Special Topics in Accounting: International Financial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: 2 semesters of accounting

Accounting has to do with how executives keep track of their businesses. Since accounting practices differ around the world, otherwise intelligent decision-making will be hampered by misinterpretation of accounting information. This course explores the many determinants of international accounting as a means of comprehending the development of many different approaches to accounting practices. Of special interest is the evolution and application of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

Special Topics in Accounting: International Financial Accounting (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: 2 semesters of accounting

Accounting has to do with how executives keep track of their businesses. Since accounting practices differ around the world, otherwise intelligent decision-making will be hampered by misinterpretation of accounting information. This course explores the many determinants of international accounting as a means of comprehending the development of many different approaches to accounting practices. Of special interest is the evolution and application of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

  • ACCT:4000
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Auditing (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Valuation of Financial Claims (ACCT:3300), Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Applied Information Systems (MSCI:3100)

General framework underlying auditing, role of audit standards in planning and conduct of audits, effect of regulation, ethics, liability on audit practices.

Auditing (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Valuation of Financial Claims (ACCT:3300), Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Applied Information Systems (MSCI:3100)

General framework underlying auditing, role of audit standards in planning and conduct of audits, effect of regulation, ethics, liability on audit practices.

Auditing (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Valuation of Financial Claims (ACCT:3300), Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Applied Information Systems (MSCI:3100)

General framework underlying auditing, role of audit standards in planning and conduct of audits, effect of regulation, ethics, liability on audit practices.

Auditing (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Valuation of Financial Claims (ACCT:3300), Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Applied Information Systems (MSCI:3100)

General framework underlying auditing, role of audit standards in planning and conduct of audits, effect of regulation, ethics, liability on audit practices.

Accounting for Management Analysis & Control (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800),  Managerial Accounting (ACCT:2200)

Advanced topics in cost estimation, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for decision making, performance evaluation in multi-unit organizations. Required Supplies: Basic Financial Calculator (i.e. Texas Instruments BA II Plus regular or professional model, Sharp- EL-733A or the Hewlett-Packard 10BII are some common ones).

Accounting for Management Analysis & Control (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Managerial Accounting (ACCT:2200)

Advanced topics in cost estimation, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for decision making, performance evaluation in multi-unit organizations. Required Supplies: Basic Financial Calculator (i.e. Texas Instruments BA II Plus regular or professional model, Sharp- EL-733A or the Hewlett-Packard 10BII are some common ones).

Accounting for Management Analysis & Control (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Managerial Accounting (ACCT:2200)

Advanced topics in cost estimation, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for decision making, performance evaluation in multi-unit organizations. Required Supplies: Basic Financial Calculator (i.e. Texas Instruments BA II Plus regular or professional model, Sharp- EL-733A or the Hewlett-Packard 10BII are some common ones).

Accounting for Management Analysis & Control (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Managerial Accounting (ACCT:2200)

Advanced topics in cost estimation, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for decision making, performance evaluation in multi-unit organizations. Required Supplies: Basic Financial Calculator (i.e. Texas Instruments BA II Plus regular or professional model, Sharp- EL-733A or the Hewlett-Packard 10BII are some common ones).

Accounting for Management Analysis & Control (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Managerial Accounting (ACCT:2200)

Advanced topics in cost estimation, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for decision making, performance evaluation in multi-unit organizations. Required Supplies: Basic Financial Calculator (i.e. Texas Instruments BA II Plus regular or professional model, Sharp- EL-733A or the Hewlett-Packard 10BII are some common ones).

Accounting for Management Analysis & Control (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Managerial Accounting (ACCT:2200)

Advanced topics in cost estimation, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for decision making, performance evaluation in multi-unit organizations. Required Supplies: Basic Financial Calculator (i.e. Texas Instruments BA II Plus regular or professional model, Sharp- EL-733A or the Hewlett-Packard 10BII are some common ones).

Accounting for Management Analysis & Control (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Statistics for Strategy Problems (ECON:2800), Managerial Accounting (ACCT:2200)

Advanced topics in cost estimation, measurement, accumulation; use of cost data for decision making, performance evaluation in multi-unit organizations. Required Supplies: Basic Financial Calculator (i.e. Texas Instruments BA II Plus regular or professional model, Sharp- EL-733A or the Hewlett-Packard 10BII are some common ones).

Strategic Cost Analysis (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: MBA:8140 (6N:215) Corporate Financial Reporting

Introduction to cost accumulation, reporting, cost management systems; managerial and divisional performance evaluation; appropriate use of cost data for short- and long-run decisions; product costing in manufacturing and service industries.

  • ACCT:9020
  • 06A:235
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Strategic Cost Analysis (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: MBA:8140 (6N:215) Corporate Financial Reporting

Introduction to cost accumulation, reporting, cost management systems; managerial and divisional performance evaluation; appropriate use of cost data for short- and long-run decisions; product costing in manufacturing and service industries.

  • ACCT:9020
  • 06A:235
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Classics

Classical Mythology (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None

Mythology provides a way of thinking about the world that helps provide answers to many fundamental questions that all cultures ask themselves. While these questions may be universal, the answers they provide tell us a lot about the concerns and values of the culture that produced them. This course will examine the stories of gods and legendary heroes that were told in ancient Greece and Rome. The central aims of the course will be to study these myths in their various literary forms, such as epic and drama. We will look at these myths not simply as “ingredients” of ancient culture, but as important vehicles used by the Greeks and Romans to explain themselves to themselves.

Classical Mythology (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None

Mythology provides a way of thinking about the world that helps provide answers to many fundamental questions that all cultures ask themselves. While these questions may be universal, the answers they provide tell us a lot about the concerns and values of the culture that produced them. This course will examine the stories of gods and legendary heroes that were told in ancient Greece and Rome. The central aims of the course will be to study these myths in their various literary forms, such as epic and drama. We will look at these myths not simply as “ingredients” of ancient culture, but as important vehicles used by the Greeks and Romans to explain themselves to themselves.

Classical Mythology (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None

Mythology provides a way of thinking about the world that helps provide answers to many fundamental questions that all cultures ask themselves. While these questions may be universal, the answers they provide tell us a lot about the concerns and values of the culture that produced them. This course will examine the stories of gods and legendary heroes that were told in ancient Greece and Rome. The central aims of the course will be to study these myths in their various literary forms, such as epic and drama. We will look at these myths not simply as “ingredients” of ancient culture, but as important vehicles used by the Greeks and Romans to explain themselves to themselves.

Classical Mythology (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None

Mythology provides a way of thinking about the world that helps provide answers to many fundamental questions that all cultures ask themselves. While these questions may be universal, the answers they provide tell us a lot about the concerns and values of the culture that produced them. This course will examine the stories of gods and legendary heroes that were told in ancient Greece and Rome. The central aims of the course will be to study these myths in their various literary forms, such as epic and drama. We will look at these myths not simply as “ingredients” of ancient culture, but as important vehicles used by the Greeks and Romans to explain themselves to themselves.

Classical Mythology (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None

Mythology provides a way of thinking about the world that helps provide answers to many fundamental questions that all cultures ask themselves. While these questions may be universal, the answers they provide tell us a lot about the concerns and values of the culture that produced them. This course will examine the stories of gods and legendary heroes that were told in ancient Greece and Rome. The central aims of the course will be to study these myths in their various literary forms, such as epic and drama. We will look at these myths not simply as “ingredients” of ancient culture, but as important vehicles used by the Greeks and Romans to explain themselves to themselves.

  • CLSA:2016
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Communication Studies

Business Communication and Protocol (3 s.h.)

This course focuses primarily, although not exclusively, on digitally-driven business communication and protocol. The emphasis is on the audience, purpose, context, and style of business communication, but will do so by working with blogs, video, infographics, and social media platforms in addition to creating standard business documents and presentations. Students who take this class can expect to learn how to compose for an online readership, present to an online audience, and acquire a familiarity with a variety of web editing, video editing, and design software. The goal of this course is to prepare students for the sort of collaborative, multi-modal digital communication that has increasingly become the norm in today’s workplace

  • BUS:3000
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Business & Professional Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Basic concepts and skills of communication in workplace settings; interviewing, formal presentations, speeches, teambuilding, managing difference.

Business & Professional Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Basic concepts and skills of communication in workplace settings; interviewing, formal presentations, speeches, teambuilding, managing difference.

Business & Professional Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Basic concepts and skills of communication in workplace settings; interviewing, formal presentations, speeches, teambuilding, managing difference.

Business & Professional Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Basic concepts and skills of communication in workplace settings; interviewing, formal presentations, speeches, teambuilding, managing difference.

Business & Professional Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Basic concepts and skills of communication in workplace settings; interviewing, formal presentations, speeches, teambuilding, managing difference.

Business & Professional Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Basic concepts and skills of communication in workplace settings; interviewing, formal presentations, speeches, teambuilding, managing difference.

Business & Professional Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Basic concepts and skills of communication in workplace settings; interviewing, formal presentations, speeches, teambuilding, managing difference.

Business & Professional Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Basic concepts and skills of communication in workplace settings; interviewing, formal presentations, speeches, teambuilding, managing difference.

  • COMM:1816
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Business & Professional Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Basic concepts and skills of communication in workplace settings; interviewing, formal presentations, speeches, teambuilding, managing difference.

  • COMM:1816
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Business & Professional Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Basic concepts and skills of communication in workplace settings; interviewing, formal presentations, speeches, teambuilding, managing difference.

Business & Professional Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Basic concepts and skills of communication in workplace settings; interviewing, formal presentations, speeches, teambuilding, managing difference.

Business & Professional Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Basic concepts and skills of communication in workplace settings; interviewing, formal presentations, speeches, teambuilding, managing difference.

Business & Professional Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Basic concepts and skills of communication in workplace settings; interviewing, formal presentations, speeches, teambuilding, managing difference.

Intercultural Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Relationships among culture-based assumptions, values, thought patterns, communication behavior; theory and practice.

Intercultural Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Relationships among culture-based assumptions, values, thought patterns, communication behavior; theory and practice.

Intercultural Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Relationships among culture-based assumptions, values, thought patterns, communication behavior; theory and practice.

Intercultural Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Relationships among culture-based assumptions, values, thought patterns, communication behavior; theory and practice.

Intercultural Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Relationships among culture-based assumptions, values, thought patterns, communication behavior; theory and practice.

Intercultural Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Relationships among culture-based assumptions, values, thought patterns, communication behavior; theory and practice.

Intercultural Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Relationships among culture-based assumptions, values, thought patterns, communication behavior; theory and practice.

Intercultural Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Relationships among culture-based assumptions, values, thought patterns, communication behavior; theory and practice.

Intercultural Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Relationships among culture-based assumptions, values, thought patterns, communication behavior; theory and practice.

Intercultural Communication (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: None (may be requirements for UI Communication majors; please check with your advisor)

Relationships among culture-based assumptions, values, thought patterns, communication behavior; theory and practice.

Topics in Event Planning: Global Festivals (3 s.h.)

This 4 week course, an event planning certificate elective, explores the ways festivals and events bring people together to share their cultures.

Topics in Event Planning: Global Festivals (3 s.h.)

This 4 week course, an event planning certificate elective, explores the ways festivals and events bring people together to share their cultures.

  • EVNT:3185
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Economics

Microeconomic Theory (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) and Calculus & Matrix Algebra for Business (MATH:1380)

Economic theory of the behavior of consumers, producers, and other economic agents; role of markets in coordinating economic activity, conditions that markets require for efficient allocation of resources; market imperfections; strategic behavior of economic actors. Required Supplies: Calculator

Microeconomic Theory (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) and Calculus & Matrix Algebra for Business (MATH:1380)

Economic theory of the behavior of consumers, producers, and other economic agents; role of markets in coordinating economic activity, conditions that markets require for efficient allocation of resources; market imperfections; strategic behavior of economic actors. Required Supplies: Calculator

Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

  • ECON:3335
  • 06E:117
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Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

  • ECON:3335
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Economics of Money, Banking, & Financial Markets (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Role of money, institutions in determination of income, employment, prices in domestic and world economy.

  • ECON:3335
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Global Economics & Business (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Current topics such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, high tech trade and growth, trade policies for developing countries, agricultural subsidies and the European Economic Community, trade and budget deficits, U.S. competitiveness, exchange rates and markets for foreign exchange, protection, and trade are covered in a course that emphasizes a unified approach to these topics. Basic models of international economies are developed and related to the above topics.

Global Economics & Business (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Current topics such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, high tech trade and growth, trade policies for developing countries, agricultural subsidies and the European Economic Community, trade and budget deficits, U.S. competitiveness, exchange rates and markets for foreign exchange, protection, and trade are covered in a course that emphasizes a unified approach to these topics. Basic models of international economies are developed and related to the above topics.

Global Economics & Business (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Current topics such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, high tech trade and growth, trade policies for developing countries, agricultural subsidies and the European Economic Community, trade and budget deficits, U.S. competitiveness, exchange rates and markets for foreign exchange, protection, and trade are covered in a course that emphasizes a unified approach to these topics. Basic models of international economies are developed and related to the above topics.

Global Economics & Business (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Current topics such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, high tech trade and growth, trade policies for developing countries, agricultural subsidies and the European Economic Community, trade and budget deficits, U.S. competitiveness, exchange rates and markets for foreign exchange, protection, and trade are covered in a course that emphasizes a unified approach to these topics. Basic models of international economies are developed and related to the above topics.

Global Economics & Business (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Current topics such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, high tech trade and growth, trade policies for developing countries, agricultural subsidies and the European Economic Community, trade and budget deficits, U.S. competitiveness, exchange rates and markets for foreign exchange, protection, and trade are covered in a course that emphasizes a unified approach to these topics. Basic models of international economies are developed and related to the above topics.

Global Economics & Business (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Current topics such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, high tech trade and growth, trade policies for developing countries, agricultural subsidies and the European Economic Community, trade and budget deficits, U.S. competitiveness, exchange rates and markets for foreign exchange, protection, and trade are covered in a course that emphasizes a unified approach to these topics. Basic models of international economies are developed and related to the above topics.

Global Economics & Business (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Current topics such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, high tech trade and growth, trade policies for developing countries, agricultural subsidies and the European Economic Community, trade and budget deficits, U.S. competitiveness, exchange rates and markets for foreign exchange, protection, and trade are covered in a course that emphasizes a unified approach to these topics. Basic models of international economies are developed and related to the above topics.

Global Economics & Business (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Current topics such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, high tech trade and growth, trade policies for developing countries, agricultural subsidies and the European Economic Community, trade and budget deficits, U.S. competitiveness, exchange rates and markets for foreign exchange, protection, and trade are covered in a course that emphasizes a unified approach to these topics. Basic models of international economies are developed and related to the above topics.

Global Economics & Business (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Current topics such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, high tech trade and growth, trade policies for developing countries, agricultural subsidies and the European Economic Community, trade and budget deficits, U.S. competitiveness, exchange rates and markets for foreign exchange, protection, and trade are covered in a course that emphasizes a unified approach to these topics. Basic models of international economies are developed and related to the above topics.

Global Economics & Business (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Current topics such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, high tech trade and growth, trade policies for developing countries, agricultural subsidies and the European Economic Community, trade and budget deficits, U.S. competitiveness, exchange rates and markets for foreign exchange, protection, and trade are covered in a course that emphasizes a unified approach to these topics. Basic models of international economies are developed and related to the above topics.

Global Economics & Business (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Current topics such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, high tech trade and growth, trade policies for developing countries, agricultural subsidies and the European Economic Community, trade and budget deficits, U.S. competitiveness, exchange rates and markets for foreign exchange, protection, and trade are covered in a course that emphasizes a unified approach to these topics. Basic models of international economies are developed and related to the above topics.

Global Economics & Business (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Current topics such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, high tech trade and growth, trade policies for developing countries, agricultural subsidies and the European Economic Community, trade and budget deficits, U.S. competitiveness, exchange rates and markets for foreign exchange, protection, and trade are covered in a course that emphasizes a unified approach to these topics. Basic models of international economies are developed and related to the above topics.

Global Economics & Business (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Current topics such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, high tech trade and growth, trade policies for developing countries, agricultural subsidies and the European Economic Community, trade and budget deficits, U.S. competitiveness, exchange rates and markets for foreign exchange, protection, and trade are covered in a course that emphasizes a unified approach to these topics. Basic models of international economies are developed and related to the above topics.

Global Economics & Business (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Current topics such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, high tech trade and growth, trade policies for developing countries, agricultural subsidies and the European Economic Community, trade and budget deficits, U.S. competitiveness, exchange rates and markets for foreign exchange, protection, and trade are covered in a course that emphasizes a unified approach to these topics. Basic models of international economies are developed and related to the above topics.

Global Economics & Business (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Current topics such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, high tech trade and growth, trade policies for developing countries, agricultural subsidies and the European Economic Community, trade and budget deficits, U.S. competitiveness, exchange rates and markets for foreign exchange, protection, and trade are covered in a course that emphasizes a unified approach to these topics. Basic models of international economies are developed and related to the above topics.

  • ECON:3345
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Global Economics & Business (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON:1100) & Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON:1200)

Current topics such as the North American Free Trade Agreement, high tech trade and growth, trade policies for developing countries, agricultural subsidies and the European Economic Community, trade and budget deficits, U.S. competitiveness, exchange rates and markets for foreign exchange, protection, and trade are covered in a course that emphasizes a unified approach to these topics. Basic models of international economies are developed and related to the above topics.

  • ECON:3345
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Engineering

Engineering Fundamentals I: Statics (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Engineering Math I: Single Variable Calculus (MATH:1550), Introductory Physics I (PHYS:1611)

Vector and scalar treatment of coplanar and non-coplanar force systems; resultants of forces, couples, and moments; two- and three-dimensional equilibrium of a particle and of rigid bodies; applications to simple trusses, frames, machines, cables, and arches; distributed loading; principles of friction; internal forces, shear and bending moment diagrams; centroids, centers of gravity, and moments of inertia; virtual work.

Engineering Fundamentals I: Statics (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Engineering Math I: Single Variable Calculus (MATH:1550), Introductory Physics I (PHYS:1611)

Vector and scalar treatment of coplanar and non-coplanar force systems; resultants of forces, couples, and moments; two- and three-dimensional equilibrium of a particle and of rigid bodies; applications to simple trusses, frames, machines, cables, and arches; distributed loading; principles of friction; internal forces, shear and bending moment diagrams; centroids, centers of gravity, and moments of inertia; virtual work.

Engineering Fundamentals I: Statics (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Engineering Math I: Single Variable Calculus (MATH:1550), Introductory Physics I (PHYS:1611)

Vector and scalar treatment of coplanar and non-coplanar force systems; resultants of forces, couples, and moments; two- and three-dimensional equilibrium of a particle and of rigid bodies; applications to simple trusses, frames, machines, cables, and arches; distributed loading; principles of friction; internal forces, shear and bending moment diagrams; centroids, centers of gravity, and moments of inertia; virtual work.

Engineering Fundamentals I: Statics (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Engineering Math I: Single Variable Calculus (MATH:1550) and Introductory Physics I (PHYS:1611)
Cannot be taken simultaneously with Engineering Fundamentals: Thermodynamics (ENGR:2130) 

Vector and scalar treatment of coplanar and non-coplanar force systems; resultants of forces, couples, and moments; two- and three-dimensional equilibrium of a particle and of rigid bodies; applications to simple trusses, frames, machines, cables, and arches; distributed loading; principles of friction; internal forces, shear and bending moment diagrams; centroids, centers of gravity, and moments of inertia; virtual work.

Engineering Fundamentals I: Statics (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Engineering Math I: Single Variable Calculus (MATH:1550) and Introductory Physics I (PHYS:1611)
Cannot be taken simultaneously with Engineering Fundamentals: Thermodynamics (ENGR:2130) 

Vector and scalar treatment of coplanar and non-coplanar force systems; resultants of forces, couples, and moments; two- and three-dimensional equilibrium of a particle and of rigid bodies; applications to simple trusses, frames, machines, cables, and arches; distributed loading; principles of friction; internal forces, shear and bending moment diagrams; centroids, centers of gravity, and moments of inertia; virtual work.

Engineering Fundamentals I: Statics (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Engineering Math I: Single Variable Calculus (MATH:1550) and Introductory Physics I (PHYS:1611)
Cannot be taken simultaneously with Engineering Fundamentals: Thermodynamics (ENGR:2130) 

Vector and scalar treatment of coplanar and non-coplanar force systems; resultants of forces, couples, and moments; two- and three-dimensional equilibrium of a particle and of rigid bodies; applications to simple trusses, frames, machines, cables, and arches; distributed loading; principles of friction; internal forces, shear and bending moment diagrams; centroids, centers of gravity, and moments of inertia; virtual work.

Engineering Fundamentals I: Statics (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Engineering Math I: Single Variable Calculus (MATH:1550) and Introductory Physics I (PHYS:1611)
Cannot be taken simultaneously with Engineering Fundamentals: Thermodynamics (ENGR:2130) 

Vector and scalar treatment of coplanar and non-coplanar force systems; resultants of forces, couples, and moments; two- and three-dimensional equilibrium of a particle and of rigid bodies; applications to simple trusses, frames, machines, cables, and arches; distributed loading; principles of friction; internal forces, shear and bending moment diagrams; centroids, centers of gravity, and moments of inertia; virtual work.

  • ENGR:2110
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Engineering Fundamentals: Thermodynamics (3 s.h.)

Prereqs: Principles of Chemistry I (CHEM:1110) and Introductory Physics I (PHYS:1611)
Cannot be taken simultaneously with Engineering Fundamentals I: Statics (ENGR:2110) 

Basic elements of classical thermodynamics, including first and second laws, properties of pure materials, ideal gas law, reversibility and irreversibility, and Carnot cycle; control volume analysis of closed simple systems and open systems at steady state; engineering applications, including cycles; psychrometrics.

Engineering Fundamentals: Thermodynamics (3 s.h.)