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Leeds School of Business


Corporate Financial Reporting 1
ACCT 3220, 3 semester hours, Class No. 11960
Michael Willis

Business Administration

Special Topics
BADM 3880, 3 semester hours, Class No. 11694
Micah McGee

Business Core

Business Statistics
BCOR 1020, 3 semester hours, Class No. 11698
Kishen Iyengar

Adding Value with Management
BCOR 2300, 3 semester hours, Class No. 11941
Kevin Schaub

Introduction to Operations and Information Management
BCOR 2500, 3 semester hours, Class No. 18302
Noah Zikmund

Entrepreneurial and Small Business Management

Entrepreneurial Environments
ESBM 3700, 3 semester hours, Class No. 11940
Michael Conger


Introduction to Personal Financial Planning
FNCE 2820, 3 semester hours, Class No. 18305
Bruce Kline


Senior Seminar in Management: Strategy: Create & Sust. Comp. Adv.
MGMT 4850, 3 semester hours, Class No. 18321
Faculty to be announced


Experimental Seminar: Digital Marketing
MKTG 3825, 3 semester hours, Class No. 18323
Ken Barber, Laura Kornish

Real Estate

Principles of Real Estate
REAL 3000, 3 semester hours, Class No. 11716
Curtis Sears

CU Business Intensive Certificate (CUBIC)

A three-week, noncredit certification program for juniors, seniors and recent graduates. Entering its 12th year, CUBIC runs during Maymester (May 12-30). This program teaches fundamental business skills, the importance of group work and career development skills to non-business majors. Upon successful completion of the program, participants will be awarded a Certificate in Applied Business and will have earned a competitive edge when entering the job market. Topics covered include: accounting, finance, operations, business governance, marketing, leadership and management, personal finance, career development, and creation of an entrepreneurial business plan. For more information visit

Please note: nondegree students participating in Certificate programs are not eligible for federal financial aid.