FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

September 3 - December 14, 2013 (includes final exam dates)

All classes meet 6:30 - 9:20 pm unless otherwise indicated

Please check SAIL for updates and changes to this schedule

 

ONLINE COURSES        

CRN

COURSE

TITLE

DAY

NOTES

42991

ACC 511

Financial Accounting

TBA

 

44484

ECN 521

Economics for Managers

TBA

 

43420

MIS 515

Systems Design

TBA

 

44528

MIS 516

S'ware Program/Project Mgt

TBA

 

44525

MIS 524

Enterprise Information Systems

TBA

 

43602

MIS 546

Business Analysis/Modeling

TBA

 

44751

ORG 530

Organizational Behavior

TBA

 

44502

ORG 636

Leadership & Group Performance

TBA

 

43852

QMM 510

Stats Analysis for Managers

TBA

 

 

MAIN CAMPUS

CRN

COURSE

TITLE

DAY

NOTES

40009

ACC 310

Intermediate Financial Acct I

TR

10:00am - 11:15am (3)

40022

ACC 310

Intermediate Financial Acct I

R

3

42138

ACC 311

Intermediate Financial Acct II

TR

10:00am - 11:15am (3)

40023

ACC 311

Intermediate Financial Acct II

W

3

41490

ACC 320

Managerial & Cost Acct II

MW

3:00pm - 4:15pm (3)

42052

ACC 320

Managerial & Cost Acct II

M

3

CRN

COURSE

TITLE

DAY

NOTES

44508

ACC 511

Financial Accounting

M

 

43883

ACC 512

Managerial Accounting Systems

W

 

44509

ACC 515

Federal Income Taxation

MW

1:20pm - 2:37pm (3)

42367

ACC 518

Intro AIS and Database

MW

1:00pm - 2:17pm (3)

44510

ACC 518

Intro AIS and Database

TR

1:30pm - 2:47pm (3)

40778

ACC 518

Intro AIS and Database

M

3

44511

ACC 521

Federal Income Tax II

W

3

43447

ACC 522

Auditing

T

3

43634

ACC 524

Government/Not-for-Profit Acct

TR

8:00am - 9:15am (3)

43633

ACC 524

Government/Not-for-Profit Acct

M

3

43443

ACC 526

AIS: Audit and Control

M

3

43445

ACC 531

Advanced Financial Accounting

TR

1:30pm - 2:47pm (3)

43446

ACC 531

Advanced Financial Accounting

T

3

42059

ACC 600

Financial Reporting & Analysis

T

 

42060

ACC 601

Financial Analysis & Valuation

TR

1:30pm - 2:47pm (3)

43444

ACC 622

Advanced Auditing

W

3

40276

ACC 630

Accounting & Communication

R

3

40854

ACC 650

Professional Issues in Acc

TR

3:30pm - 4:47pm (3)

42061

ACC 660

Prof Accounting Research

T

4

44531

ECN 501

Introduction to Economics

W

 

41603

ECN 605

Econometrics

R

 

40055

FIN 533

Financial Management

M

 

42144

FIN 618

Investment Analysis

T

 

42145

FIN 627

International Financial Mgt

R

2

CRN

COURSE

TITLE

DAY

NOTES

40497

MGT 526

International Business

M

 

40605

MGT 535

Policy, Strategy & Goals

R

4

40911

MGT 550

Legal Environment of Business

R

 

43778

MIS 514

Systems Analysis

R

 

43424

MIS 563

Networks

T

 

44532

MIS 620

Electronic Commerce

R

1

42284

MIS 622

Business Object Development

W

1

44493

MIS 641

IS Privacy

T

1

40912

MIS 648

Issues: International IT

M

1, 2

43525

MIS 680

ST: ITIL Foundations

M

1, 6

44933

MIS 680

ST: Web Analytics

F

1, 7

45265

MKT 560

Marketing Management

T

 

40908

MKT 625

Supply Chain Logistics

R

 

41224

MKT 650

International Marketing

M

2

42221

MKT 680

ST: Product & Brand Mgt

W

8

44504

ORG 530

Organizational Behavior

T

 

40684

POM 521

Operations Management

M

 

41225

POM 643

Operations Planning & Control

W

 

41054

POM 648

Project Management

M

 

Fall 2013 Notes and Special Topic Course Descriptions

(For all other course descriptions, visit the OU Graduate Catalog)

Note 1:

This course will fulfill your 600 level information technology elective requirement.

Note 2:

This course will fulfill your international elective requirement.

Note 3:

These courses are designed for the Masters of Accounting program. MBA students with an accounting background may take these courses with permission from Donna Free, Faculty Coordinator Masters of Accounting Program. For MBA students, ACC 630 will fulfill an open elective; it will not fulfill any 600 level accounting requirements.

Note 4:

All students must complete a capstone course, (ACC 660 for MAcc students, MGT 535 or MGT 536 for MBA students, and MIS 650 for MSITM students). Advisor permission is required to register for these course. When you are ready to register for the capstone course, contact your advisor to request an override.

Note 5:

ORG 680 - Online-Symposium-Diversity (40737): The purpose of the Symposium on Diversity is to provide a forum in which organizational participants, in their role as students, can discuss and debate matters of importance to them without being subject to the controls of the organizations for which they work.

This class is intended to provide an opportunity for open and robust discussion of diversity and the related matter of affirmative action, using a range of contemporary writings representing different perspectives. We’ll look at issues like whether there is evidence that diversity benefits an organization, what does diversity mean, how do the mechanisms that promote diversity in an organization actually work, and why is there such a taboo around the issue of diversity.

Note 6:

MIS 680 - ITIL Foundations (43525): As IT evolves from a technology provider to a service provider to a true partner of the business, the concepts of Service Management become ever more important to allow the business to excel in a competitive environment.  The fundamental objective of this course is to introduce the students to the foundations of the IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL), the de-facto standard in IT Service Management, which by focusing on the principle of providing services helps IT align to the needs of the business.

Note 7:

MIS 680 - Web Analytics (44933): course description TBA.

Note 8:

MKT 680 - Product & Brand Mgt (42221): This seminar based course is designed to provide a strong overview and foundation of the product and brand management functions. The content will focus on the strategic planning, development and launch of new products and management of brands from a marketing manager’s perspective, especially focused on the overlap between the two often distinct areas of study. The course covers strategy, analysis and organizational issues in product development and launch, and managing a product portfolio under a brand’s umbrella;  theoretical foundations of brand management are explored as a means to understanding the role of the brand, alternative means of defining and measuring brand value, as well as its drivers and consequences.  The assignments are meant to provide a practical basis for managing products and brands in a dynamic marketplace, with emphasis on decision making through the application of the core tools and concepts, the development of written communication skills and the independent management of time.  Students completing the course will have an understanding of methods, procedures, and tools available for marketing managers in building, sustaining and improving their product portfolio and managing the equity of their brands.  

Other important information:

Closed Classes and Waitlists:

If a course you wish to register for is closed, you should add your name to the waitlist. This allows us to accommodate students in the order in which they placed their name on the waitlist. If an opening becomes available in the course, the first student on the waitlist will be contacted via e-mail. You must reply to the e-mail by the deadline given, or the next student on the waitlist will be contacted. We recommend that you check your e-mail daily. Please do not contact the faculty directly for a closed class override; faculty will refer you to the waitlist.

Graduation:

To be awarded your graduate business degree or certificate, you must complete an online application for degree. Students should apply to graduate for the term that they will complete all of their requirements. Application deadlines are listed below. Diplomas are mailed to the address the student provided in the Application for Degree.

Deadlines to Apply to Graduate:

Semester Program Requirements Completed

Deadline to Apply to Graduate

Commencement Ceremony

Winter

Last Friday in January

May

Summer 1

Last Friday in January

May

Summer 2

Last Friday in June

December

Fall

Last Friday in September

December