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Leeds School of Business

Accounting

Corporate Financial Reporting 1
ACCT 3220, 3 semester hours, Class No. 16385
Michael Willis

Auditing and Assurance Services
ACCT 4620, 3 semester hours, Class No. 18954
ACCT 5620, 3 semester hours, Class No. 18958
David Frederick

Business Administration

Special Topics
BADM 3880, 3 semester hours, Class No. 16127
Micah McGee

Business Core

Data Analysis in Business
BCOR 1025, 3 semester hours, Class No. 19063
Kishen Iyengar

Adding Value with Management
BCOR 2300, 3 semester hours, Class No. 16371
Kevin Schaub

Introduction to Operations and Information Management
BCOR 2500, 3 semester hours, Class No. 16394
Noah Zikmund

Business Law, Ethics, and Public Policy
BCOR 3000, 3 semester hours, Class No. 19067
John Ballantine

Business Applications of Social Responsibility
BCOR 3010, 3 semester hours, Class No. 16140
Katherine Malachuk

Entrepreneurial and Small Business Management

Entrepreneurial Environments
ESBM 3700, 3 semester hours, Class No. 16370
Faculty to be announced

Finance

Introduction to Personal Financial Planning
FNCE 2820, 3 semester hours, Class No. 16395
Bruce Kline

Management

Critical Leadership Skills
MGMT 3030, 3 semester hours, Class No. 16381
Douglas Bennett

Senior Seminar in Management: Stratgy: Create & Sust Comp Adv
MGMT 4850, 3 semester hours, Class No. 16396
Lauren Ramsay

Marketing

Digital Marketing
MKTG 3700, 3 semester hours, Class No. 16415
Kenneth Barber

Senior Seminar in Marketing
MKTG 4850, 3 semester hours, Class No. 16411
Calvin Duncan

Real Estate

Principles of Real Estate
REAL 3000, 3 semester hours, Class No. 16146
Curtis Sears

CU Business Intensive Certificate (CUBIC)

A three-week, noncredit certification program for juniors, seniors, and recent graduates. Entering its 13th year, CUBIC runs during Maymester (May 11–29). 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 www.colorado.edu/leeds/certificate-programs#cubic.

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