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Textbooks: Summer 2012 Change session:   Spring 2014    Summer 2014   

  • Unless otherwise noted, all materials associated with a course are required and should be brought to your first class.
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Summer 2012 Textbook Listing is Currently in Progress.

6N:211 EXC (MBA:8110) Marketing Management
Instructor: Bob Cline     Required Text:  Framework for Marketing Management, 5th Ed., Kotler & Keller ©2012 | Prentice Hall | Paper; 360 pp | Instock ISBN-10: 0132539306 | ISBN-13: 9780132539302

6N:213 EXC (MBA:8160) Managerial Economics
Instructor: Stacey Brook   No Textbook is required for this course. 

6N:215 EXC (MBA:8140) Corporate Financial Reporting
Instructor: Kris Gulick   Required Text: Financial Accounting for MBA's, 5th Ed; Peter Easton, Robert Halsey, John Wild and Mary Lea McAnally, 2013, ISBN: 978-1-934319-98-7

6F:223 EXC (FIN: 9240) International Finance
Prerequisite: 6N:225 (MBA: 8180)
Instructor: Anand Vijh   Required Text:  Fundamental of Multinational Finance, fourth edition, by Moffett, Stonehill, and Eiteman, Pearson (Prentice-Hall), ISBN 978-0-13-213807-9.

6J:205 EXC (MGMT:7900) Cont Topics (Effective Managerial Communication)
Instructor: Patrick Highland  No Textbook required for this course.  A required course packet will be available from XanEdu.

6J:256 EXC (MGMT:9110) Dynamics of Negotiations
Instructor: Andrew Hosmanek  Required Texts: (1) Shell, G.R., Bargaining for Advantage, 2nd Ed. Penguin Books, 2006 (BFA) ISBN-10: 0143036971     (2) Spence, G. How to Argue & Win Every Time: At Home, At Work, In Court, Everywhere, Everyday [Paperback] ISBN-10: 0312144776

6K:293 EXC (MSCI:9130) Seminar in Lean Practices (Lean Academy)
Prerequisite: 6N:229 (MBA:8190)
Instructors:  Barry Thomas & Jeff Ohlmann  No textbook is required for this course.  Harvard case studies will be posted on ICON.

6M:232 EXC (MKTG:9030) Buyer Behavior
Prerequisite: 6N:211 (MBA:8110) or previous marketing coursework or significant work experience in marketing
Instructor: DJ Nayakankuppam  No textbook is required for this course.  A required course packet costing approximately $60.00 will be charged to the student's U-bill.  There will also be several required readings. 

6T:250 EXC (ENTR:9500) Managing the Growth Business
Instructor: Rich McCarty   Required Text:  The Portable MBA in Entrepreneurship, 4th Ed. William D. Bygrave & Andrew Zacharakis
ISBN 978-0-470-48131-8

Summer 2012 Textbook Listing is Currently in Progress.

6N:211 EXD (MBA:8110) Marketing Management
Instructor: Bob Cline   Required Text:  Framework for Marketing Management, 5th Ed., Kotler & Keller©2012 | Prentice Hall | Paper; 360 pp | Instock   ISBN-10: 0132539306 | ISBN-13: 9780132539302     

6N:213 EXD (MBA:8160) Managerial Economics
Instructor: Don Szeszycki   Required Text: Pindyck and Rubenfeld, Microeconomics, 7th Ed. Custom ISBN 1-256-55745-5 (The equivalent 13-digit ISBN number is 978-1-256-55745-6).  This is a custom order.

6N:215 EXD (MBA:8140) Corporate Financial Reporting
Instructor: Roy Pettibone
Required Text:  Easton, P.D., J.J. Wild, R.F. Halsey and M. McAnally Financial Accounting for MBA's, 4th ed. (all others out of date).  ISBN: 978-1-934319-34-5.

6N:225 EXD (MBA:8180) Managerial Finance
Instructor: John Gallo   Required Text:  Managerial Finance, 2011, McGraw-Hill Create (ISBN 9781121387157: custom version with selected chapters from Brealey, R.A., Myers, S.C. and F. Allen, 2011, Principles of Corporate Finance, Concise, 2e)

6F:205 EXD (FIN:9010) Cont Topics (Corporate & Financial Risk Management)
Prerequisite: 6N:225 (MBA: 8180)
Instructor: Ty Leverty  No textbook is required for this course.

6F:212 EXD (FIN:9200) Portfolio Management
Instructor: Jeffrey Hart   Required Texts:  (1) Corporate Finance, Portfolio Management, and Equity Investments, Level 1 Book 4 for the 2012 CFA Exam, ISBN: 978-1-4277-3615-4, published by Kaplan, 2011.
(2) Fixed Income, Derivatives, and Alternative Investments, Level 1  Book 5 for the 2012 CFA 

6J:268 EXD (MGMT:7850) Seminar in Management (Management through Constructive Persuasion)
Instructor: Patrick Highland  No textbook is required for this course.  A course packet will be handed out in class.

6K:285 EXD (MSCI:9185) Project Management
Instructor: George Hollins  Required Texts:  (1) Lewis, James P. (2010).  Project Planning, Scheduling, and Control: The Ultimate Hands-On Guide to Bringing Projects in On Time and On Budget, (Fifth Edition), McGraw-Hill ISBN-10: 0071746528  ISBN-13: 978-0071746526   (2) Luecke, Richard (2004).  Managing Projects Large and Small : The Fundamental Skills for Delivering on Budget and on Time., Harvard Business School Publishing, ISBN 1-59139-321-3.  A required Harvard case study will be available for download on ICON.

6M:234 EXD (MKTG:9130) Product Management
Prerequisite: 6N:211 (MBA: 8110) & 6N:216 (MBA: 8150) or previous marketing coursework or significant work experience in marketing & 6N:216 (MBA: 8150)
Instructor: Mark Green   Required Texts: 1 ) Chris Anderson, The Long Tail, ISBN 1401309666; 2) Donald Lehmann & Russell Winer, Analysis for Marketing Planning, 7th ed. ISBN 978-0-07-352984-2.  Note: used copies are OK.

Summer 2012 Textbook Listing is Currently in Progress.

6N:213 EXQ (MBA:8160) Managerial Economics
Instructor: A’amer Farooqi  No textbook is required for this course.  A required course packet will be handed out in class.  A charge for the course packet of approximately $35.00 will be billed to the student's U-bill. 

6N:215 EXQ (MBA:8140) Corporate Financial Reporting
Instructor: Bob Hartman   Required Text:  Easton, P.D., J.J. Wild, R.F. Halsey, and M. McAnally  Financial Accounting for MBAs, 4th  Edition, ©2010, Cambridge Business Publishers  ISBN: 978-1-934319-34-5. Please note that this is the FOURTH EDITION

6N:225 EXQ (MBA:8180) Managerial Finance
Instructor: Erik Lie
Text Recommended, but not required: Corporate Finance, 2nd ed. Jonathan Berk, Stanford University; Peter De Marzo, Stanford University, Prentice Hall ISBN-10: 0136089437, ISBN-13: 9780136089438

6J:262 EXQ (MGMT:9120) Leadership & Personal Development
Instructor: Ginny Wilson-Peters  Required Text: Leadership and Self-Deception: Getting out of the Box, Second Edition (January 5, 2010) Arbinger Institute. Berrett-Koehler Publishers; ISBN-10: 1576759776  ISBN-13: 978-1576759776.  A required Leadership Assessment costing approximately $77.00 will be charged to the student's U-bill.   

6K:292 EXQ (MSCI:9120) Supply Chain Management
Prerequisite: 6N:229 (MBA:8190)
Instructor: Tim Lowe  Required Text: Supply Chain Management, Fifth Edition.  S. Chopra and P. Meindl Pearson, ISBN 13:978-0-13-274395-2.  A course packet will be available at Study.net.

6K:293 EXQ (MSCI:9130) Seminar in Lean Practices (Lean Academy)
Prerequisite: 6N:229 (MBA:8190)
Instructors: Phil Jones & Tom Bednar  No textbook is required for this course.

 

Summer 2012 Textbook Listing is Currently in Progress

6N:229 EXP (MBA: 8190) Operations Management
Prerequisite: 6N:216 (MBA:8150)
Instructor: Ann Campbell   Required Text:  Cachon and Terwiesch, Matching Supply with Demand, 3rd Ed. (but second edition is okay too) ISBN-10: 0073525200; ISBN-13: 978-0073525204.  A required course packet will be available through Study.net.

6N:240 EXP (MBA: 8300) Strategic Management and Policy
Prerequisites: 6N:211 (MBA:8110), 6N:215 (MBA:8140), 6N:216 (MBA:8150), 6N:225 (MBA:8180), & 6N:229 (MBA:8190)
Instructor: Gary Gaeth  No textbook is required for this course.  A Marketplace simulation will be used and can be purchased the first night of class with a credit card and a laptop. 

Summer 2012 Textbook Listing is Currently in Progress.

6F:207 EXW (FIN:9350) Wealth Management
Prerequisite: 6N:225 (MBA:8180)
Instructor: John Spitzer  Required Text: The Bogleheads’ Guide to Investing by Taylor Larimore, Mel Lindauer, and Michael LeBoeuf, Wiley, 2007

Ordering Information

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