Course Lists

id="fall"

Fall 2019

Students must select at least one course from this section.

Accounting
CourseInstructorCredits
ACG 2021 Intro to Financial AccountingJill Goslinga4
ACG 2071 Intro to Managerial AccountingMichael Schadewald4
Business Admin - General
CourseInstructorCredits
GEB 3373 International BusinessAmanda Phalin4
Economics
CourseInstructorCredits
ECO 2013 Principles of MacroeconomicsDavid Knight4
ECO 2023 Principles of MicroeconomicsMark Rush4
Entrepreneurship
CourseInstructorCredits
ENT 3003 Principles of EntrepreneurshipChristopher Pryor4
Finance
CourseInstructorCredits
FIN 3403 Business FinanceJohn Banko4
Information Systems & Operations Management
CourseInstructorCredits
MAN 4504 Operations and Supply Chain ManagementAdam Munson4
QMB 3250 Statistics for Business DecisionsMegan Mocko4
Management
CourseInstructorCredits
BUL 4310 The Legal Environment of BusinessRobert Emerson4
MAN 3025 Principles of ManagementLindy Archambeau4
Marketing
CourseInstructorCredits
MAR 3023 Principles of MarketingAlan Cooke4
Accounting

Accounting courses must be requested from the accounting department upon arrival. Students must validate prerequisites with their transcript and syllabi for all accounting courses taken at their host institution. Please bring copies of transcript and syllabi for all accounting courses completed at your home institution. Prerequisites can be identified on the UF Schedule of Courses.

CourseInstructorCredits
ACG 2021 Intro to Financial AccountingJill Goslinga4
ACG 2071 Intro to Managerial AccountingMichael Schadewald4
ACG 3101 Financial Accounting & Reporting 1Donald Monk4
ACG 3401 Business Processes & Accounting Info SystemsChristopher Falk4
ACG 3802 Professional Speakers SeriesJesse Boyles1
ACG 4111 Financial Accounting & Reporting 2TBD4
ACG 4341 Cost & Managerial AccountingJohannes Impink4
Business Admin - General
CourseInstructorCredits
GEB 3017 Leading Organizations*Brian Ray4
GEB 3035 Effective Career Management in Business*Brian Ray4
GEB 3213 Professional Writing in BusinessAnthony Coman3
GEB 3218 Professional Speaking in BusinessMatthew Limon3
GEB 3373 International Business**Amanda Phalin4

*Web course
**Electronic Platform Course (live lecture available)

Economics

Economics is taught through the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. There are limited seats for business students in economic elective courses. Students should ensure that they meet the prerequisites of the course. Prerequisites can be identified on the UF Schedule of Courses.

CourseInstructorCredits
ECO 2013 Principles of MacroeconomicsDavid Knight4
ECO 2023 Principles of MicroeconomicsMark Rush4
ECO 3101 Intermediate MicroeconomicsDavid Knight4
ECO 3203 Intermediate MacroeconomicsKristian Estevez4
ECO 3704 International TradeElias Dinopoulos4
ECO 3713 International MacroeconomicsDouglas Waldo4
ECO 4270 Economic GrowthJonathan Adams4
ECO 4400 Game Theory & ApplicationsRichard Romano4
ECO 4421 EconometricsScott Kostyshak4
ECP 3203 Labor EconomicsPerihan Kostyshak4
ECP 3302 Environmental Economics and Resource PolicyMichelle Phillips4
ECP 3510 Economics of Educationstaff4
ECP 3703 Managerial EconomicsFatma Gunay4
ECP 4403 Government Regulation of BusinessRoger Blair4
ECP 4451 Law and EconomicsJonathan Hamilton4
ECS 4013 Economic DevelopmentMaria Peluffo4
Entrepreneurship
CourseInstructorCredits
ENT 3003 Principles of Entrepreneurship*Christopher Pryor4
ENT 3503 Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship***Kristin Joys2
ENT 4614 Creativity and Innovation in the Business Environment**Jamie Kraft2
ENT 4934 Business Plan Lab**Brent Berthy2
ENT 4934 Entre Post Mortem**Martin Schaffel2
ENT 4934 Dilemmas and Debates**Jamie Kraft2
ENT 4934 Small and Family BusinessCorreia Santos, Susana Helenavaries

*Electronic Platform Course (live lecture available)
**Modular (spans 1/2 of semester)
***Web Course

Finance
CourseInstructorCredits
FIN 3403 Business Finance*John Banko4
FIN 4243 Debt & Money MarketsMiles Livingston4
FIN 4414 Financial ManagementTao Li4
FIN 4504 Equity & Capital MarketsNitish Kumar4
FIN 4934 Investment ManagementDavid Brown2
REE 3034 Real Estate Analysis*TBD4

*Electronic Platform Course (live lecture available)

Information Systems & Operations Management
CourseInstructorCredits
ISM 3004 Computing in the Business Environment*Eric Olson4
ISM 3013 Intro to Info Systems**Aditi Mukherjee4
ISM 3254 Business Systems 1***TBD2
ISM 3255 Business Systems 2***TBD2
ISM 4113 Business Systems Design and Applications***Aditi Mukherjee2
ISM 4210 Database Management***Aditi Mukherjee2
ISM 4220 Business Data Communications 1***Kyung Jung2
ISM 4330 Info Systems & Operations Strategy***Arunima Chhikara2
MAN 4504 Operations & Supply Chain Management****Adam Munson4
MAN 4538 Integrated Product & Process Design 1Aditi Mukherjee3
QMB 3250 Statistics for Business Decisions****Patrick Thompson4
QMB 4701 Managerial Operations Analysis 1***Kyung Jung2
QMB 4702 Managerial Operations Analysis 2***Aditi Mukherjee2

*Web course
**Access and Excel certification exam included in class
***Modular (spans 1/2 of semester)
****Electronic Platform Course (live lecture available)

Management
CourseInstructorCredits
BUL 4310 The Legal Environment of Business*Philip Kabler4
BUL 4443 Ethics in Global Business**Brian Ray2
MAN 3025 Principles of Management*Lindy Archambeau4
MAN 3240 Organizations: Structure and BehaviorValeria Alterman, Samuel Himes4
MAN 4301 Human Resource ManagementBinyamin Cooper4
MAN 4723 Strategic Management***Aaron Hill4
MAN 4930 Leadership**Alexander Sevilla2

*Electronic Platform Course (live lecture available)
**Modular (spans 1/2 of semester)
***Web course

Marketing
CourseInstructorCredits
MAR 2290 Retail Management SeminarBetsy Goodman1
MAR 2951 Sales SeminarDennis DiPasquale, Steven Tufts1
MAR 3023 Principles of Marketing*Alan Cooke4
MAR 3231 Intro to Retailing Systems and ManagementBetsy Goodman4
MAR 3400 Professional SellingSteven Tufts4
MAR 3503 Consumer BehaviorLyle Brenner4
MAR 4403 Sales ManagementDennis DiPasquale4
MAR 4803 Marketing ManagementSian Morgan4

*Electronic Platform Course (live lecture available)

Subject to availability. Added in first week of semester. See Schedule of Courses for instructor.

Agricultural Education & Communication
CourseCredits
AEC 3073 Intercultural Communication3
African American Studies
CourseCredits
AFA 2000 Intro African American Studies3
AFA 3110 African-American and Black-Atlantic Thought3
AFA 3930 American Constitutional Law3
Anthropology
CourseCredits
ANT 2000 General Anthropology3
ANT 2301 Human Sexuality & Culture3
ANT 2410 Cultural Anthropology3
ANT 3141 Development of World Civilization3
ANT 3451 Race and Racism3
ANT 3478 Global Health Culture3
Architecture
CourseCredits
ARC 1720 Survey of Architecture History3
Art & Art History
CourseCredits
ARH 2000 Art Appreciation: American Diversity and Global Arts3
ARH 2050 Introduction to the Principles and History of Art 13
ARH 2051 Introduction to the Principles and History of Art 23
Classics
CourseCredits
CLA 3160 Ancient Egypt3
CLA 3370 Myths of Greeks and Romans3
Education - Teaching & Learning
CourseCredits
EDF 3514 History of Education in the United States3
EDF 3604 Social Foundations of Education3
English
CourseCredits
AML 2070 Survey of American Literature3
AML 2410 Issues in American Literature and Culture3
ENG 1131 Writing through Media4
ENG 2300 Film Analysis4
ENL 2012 Survey of English Literature: Medieval to 17503
ENL 2022 Survey of English Literature: 1750 to the Present3
LIT 2000 Introduction to Literature3
LIT 2110 Survey of World Literature: Ancient to Renaissance3
LIT 2120 Survey of World Literature: 17th Century to Modern3
History
CourseCredits
AMH 2010 United States to 18773
AMH 2020 United States since 18773
AMH 3421 Florida to 18453
AMH 4110 Early America3
AMH 4317 History by Hollywood3
Interdisciplinary Studies
CourseCredits
IDS 1161 What is the Good Life3
Music
CourseCredits
MUH 2501 Introduction to World Musics3
MUH 3025 Popular Music in the USA3
MUH 4016 History of Jazz3
Philosophy
CourseCredits
PHH 3100 Ancient Greek Philosophy3
PHH 3400 Modern Philosophy3
PHI 2010 Introduction to Philosophy3
PHI 2630 Contemporary Moral Issues3
PHI 3130 Symbolic Logic3
PHI 3300 Theory of Knowledge3
PHI 3650 Moral Philosophy3
PHM 3123 Feminist Philosophy3
PHM 3600 Philosophy of Education3
Political Science
CourseCredits
CPO 2001 Comparative Politics3
INR 2001 Intro to International Relations3
INR 3102 The U.S. and World Affairs3
INR 4303 The Making of American Foreign Policy3
POS 2041 American Federal Government3
POT 2002 Intro to Political Theory3
Psychology
CourseCredits
PSY 2012 General Psychology3
CLP 2001 Personal Growth3
CLP 3144 Abnormal Psychology3
SOP 3004 Social Psychology3
Religion
CourseCredits
REL 2121 American Religious History3
REL 2300 Intro to World Religions3
REL 3108 Religion and Food3
Sociology
CourseCredits
SYD 3700 Minorities in American Society3
SYG 2000 Principles of Sociology3
SYG 2010 Social Problems3
SYG 2430 Marriage and Family3
SYP 3534 Poverty3
Theatre and Dance
CourseCredits
DAA 1000 Fundamentals of Dance Technique3
DAN 2100 Dance Appreciation for the 21st Century3
THE 2000 Theatre Appreciation3
TPP 2100 Acting for Non-Majors3
Women's Studies
CourseCredits
WST 2322 Intro to Health Disparities3
WST 2612 Social Science Perspectives on Gender and Sexuality3
WST 3015 Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Women’s Studies3
WST 3371 Women, Leadership & Diversity in the Global Env.3
Written and Oral Communication
CourseCredits
ENC 2305 Analytical Writing and Thinking3
COM 1000 Introduction to Communication Studies3
SPC 2300 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication3
id="spring"

Spring 2020

Students must select at least one course from this section.

Accounting
CourseInstructorCredits
ACG 2021 Intro to Financial AccountingJill Goslinga4
ACG 2071 Intro to Managerial AccountingMichael Schadewald4
Business Admin - General
CourseInstructorCredits
GEB 3373 International BusinessAmanda Phalin4
Economics
CourseInstructorCredits
ECO 2013 Principles of MacroeconomicsDavid Knight4
ECO 2023 Principles of MicroeconomicsMark Rush4
Entrepreneurship
CourseInstructorCredits
ENT 3003 Principles of EntrepreneurshipChristopher Pryor4
Finance
CourseInstructorCredits
FIN 3403 Business FinanceJohn Banko4
Information Systems & Operations Management
CourseInstructorCredits
MAN 4504 Operations and Supply Chain ManagementAdam Munson4
QMB 3250 Statistics for Business DecisionsMegan Mocko4
Management
CourseInstructorCredits
BUL 4310 The Legal Environment of BusinessRobert Emerson4
MAN 3025 Principles of ManagementLindy Archambeau4
Marketing
CourseInstructorCredits
MAR 3023 Principles of MarketingRichard Lutz4
Accounting

Accounting courses must be requested from the accounting department upon arrival. Students must validate prerequisites with their transcript and syllabi for all accounting courses taken at their host institution. Please bring copies of transcript and syllabi for all accounting courses completed at your home institution. Prerequisites can be identified on the UF Schedule of Courses.

CourseInstructorCredits
ACG 2021 Intro to Financial AccountingJill Goslinga4
ACG 2071 Intro to Managerial AccountingMichael Schadewald4
ACG 3101 Financial Accounting & Reporting 1Donald Monk4
ACG 3401 Business Processes & Accounting Info SystemsChristopher Falk4
ACG 3802 Professional Speakers SeriesJesse Boyles1
ACG 4111 Financial Accounting & Reporting 2Ruby Lee4
ACG 4341 Cost & Managerial AccountingJohannes Impink4
ACG 4632 Introduction to AuditingChristopher Falk3
TAX 4001 Introduction to Federal Income TaxJesse Boyles3
Business Admin - General
CourseInstructorCredits
GEB 3017 Leading OrganizationsBrian Ray4
GEB 3035 Effective Career Management in Business*Brian Ray4
GEB 3213 Professional Writing in BusinessSean Trainor3
GEB 3218 Professional Speaking in BusinessMatthew Limon3
GEB 3373 International Business**Amanda Phalin4

*Web course
**Electronic Platform Course (live lecture available)

Economics

Economics is taught through the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. There are limited seats for business students in economic elective courses. Students should ensure that they meet the prerequisites of the course. Prerequisites can be identified on the UF Schedule of Courses.

CourseInstructorCredits
ECO 2013 Principles of MacroeconomicsDavid Knight4
ECO 2023 Principles of MicroeconomicsMark Rush4
ECO 3101 Intermediate MicroeconomicsUrbashi Mookerjee4
ECO 3203 Intermediate MacroeconomicsKristian Estevez4
ECO 3704 International TradeGunnar Heins4
ECO 3713 International MacroeconomicsHamid Firooz4
ECO 4104 Economics of Competitive StrategyChunrong Ai4
ECO 4270 Economic GrowthJonathan Adams4
ECO 4400 Game Theory & ApplicationsLuca Mantegazza4
ECO 4401 Mathematical EconomicsDavid Knight4
ECO 4421 EconometricsScott Kostyshak4
ECO 4504 Public EconomicsSteven Slutsky4
ECP 3203 Labor EconomicsPerihan Saygin Kostyshak4
ECP 3403 Industrial OrganizationCarlos Bet4
ECP 3510 Economics of EducationAlan Secor4
ECP 3703 Managerial EconomicsFatma Gunay4
ECP 4403 Government Regulation of BusinessJeehoon Paik4
ECS 4013 Economic DevelopmentMaria Peluffo4
ECS 4111 African Economic Developmentstaff4
Entrepreneurship
CourseInstructorCredits
ENT 3003 Principles of Entrepreneurship*Christopher Pryor4
ENT 4614 Creativity and Innovation in the Business Environment**Yanran Fang2
ENT 4934 Special Topics: Startup FundingTejaswi Channagiri Ajit2
ENT 4934 Special Topics: Small and Family Business**Tejaswi Channagiri Ajit2

*Electronic Platform Course (live lecture available)
**Modular (spans 1/2 of semester)

Finance
CourseInstructorCredits
FIN 3403 Business Finance*John Banko4
FIN 4243 Debt & Money MarketsBaolian Wang4
FIN 4414 Financial ManagementYuehua Tang4
FIN 4504 Equity & Capital MarketsGustavo Da Silva Cortes Goncalves4
FIN 4934 Special Topics: Value InvestingDavid Brown2
FIN 4934 Special Topics: Financial ModelingNicholas Derobertis2
REE 4303 Real Estate Investment Decision MakingQing Li4

*Electronic Platform Course (live lecture available)

Information Systems & Operations Management
CourseInstructorCredits
ISM 3004 Computing in the Business Environment*Eric Olson4
ISM 3013 Intro to Info Systems**Aditi Mukherjee4
ISM 3254 Business Systems 1***Jingchuan Pu2
ISM 3255 Business Systems 2***Seema Bandyopadhyay2
ISM 4113 Business Systems Design and Applications***Aditi Mukherjee2
ISM 4210 Database Management***Aditi Mukherjee2
ISM 4220 Business Data Communications 1***Kyung Jung2
ISM 4330 Info Systems & Operations Strategy***Arunima Chhikara2
MAN 4504 Operations & Supply Chain Management****Adam Munson4
MAN 4539 Integrated Product & Process Design 2Aditi Mukherjee3
QMB 3250 Statistics for Business Decisions****Megan Mocko4
QMB 4701 Managerial Operations Analysis 1***Kyung Jung2
QMB 4702 Managerial Operations Analysis 2***Avinash Geda2

*Web course
**Access and Excel certification exam included in class
***Modular (spans 1/2 of semester)
****Electronic Platform Course (live lecture available)

Management
CourseInstructorCredits
BUL 4310 The Legal Environment of Business*Robert Emerson4
BUL 4443 Ethics in Global Business**Brian Ray2
MAN 3025 Principles of Management*Lindy Archambeau4
MAN 3240 Organizations: Structure and BehaviorRemy Jennings4
MAN 4301 Human Resource ManagementSamuel Hines4
MAN 4723 Strategic Management***Aaron Hill4
MAN 4930 Special Topics: LeadershipElias Eldayrie2

*Electronic Platform Course (live lecture available)
**Modular (spans 1/2 of semester)
***Web course

Marketing
CourseInstructorCredits
MAR 2290 Retail Management SeminarBetsy Goodman1
MAR 2401 Sales SeminarDennis DiPasquale, Steven Tufts1
MAR 3023 Principles of Marketing*Richard Lutz4
MAR 3231 Intro to Retailing Systems and ManagementCecilia Schulz4
MAR 3400 Professional SellingSteven Tufts4
MAR 3503 Consumer BehaviorSian Morgan4
MAR 4403 Sales ManagementDennis DiPasquale4
MAR 4803 Marketing ManagementDennis DiPasquale4

*Electronic Platform Course (live lecture available)

Subject to availability. Added in first week of semester. See Schedule of Courses for instructor.

African American Studies
CourseCredits
AFA 2000 Intro African American Studies3
AFA 3110 African-American and Black-Atlantic Thought3
Anthropology
CourseCredits
ANT 2000 General Anthropology3
ANT 2301 Human Sexuality & Culture3
ANT 2402 Anthropology of Sustainability3
ANT 3141 Development of World Civilization3
ANT 3241 Anthropology of Religion3
ANT 3302 Sex Roles: a Cross-Cultural Perspective3
ANT 3620 Language and Culture3
Architecture
CourseCredits
ARC 1720 Survey of Architecture History3
Art & Art History
CourseCredits
ARH 2000 Art Appreciation: American Diversity and Global Arts3
ARH 2050 Introduction to the Principles and History of Art 13
ARH 2051 Introduction to the Principles and History of Art 23
Classics
CourseCredits
CLA 2100 The Glory That Was Greece3
CLA 2521 Classical Antiquity & Sustainability3
CLA 3700 Classical Archaeology3
CLA 3930 Special Topics in Classical Civilization3
Education - Teaching & Learning
CourseCredits
EDF 3514 History of Education in the United States3
EDF 3604 Social Foundations of Education3
English
CourseCredits
AML 2070 Survey of American Literature3
AML 2410 Issues in American Literature and Culture3
ENG 1131 Writing through Media4
ENG 2300 Film Analysis4
ENL 2022 Survey of English Literature: 1750 to the Present3
ENL 3122 The English Novel: 19th Century3
LIT 2000 Introduction to Literature3
LIT 2110 Survey of World Literature: Ancient to Renaissance3
LIT 2120 Survey of World Literature: 17th Century to Modern3
History
CourseCredits
AMH 2010 United States to 18773
AMH 2020 United States since 18773
AMH 3423 Florida since 18453
LAH 3300 Contemporary Latin America3
LAH 3931 Special Topics in Latin American History: Comparative Slaveryvaries
Interdisciplinary Studies
CourseCredits
IDS 1161 What is the Good Life3
Music
CourseCredits
MUH 2501 Introduction to World Musics3
MUH 3025 Popular Music in the USA3
MUH 4016 History of Jazz3
MUL 2010 Experiencing Music3
Philosophy
CourseCredits
PHH 3100 Ancient Greek Philosophy3
PHH 3400 Modern Philosophy3
PHI 2010 Introduction to Philosophy3
PHI 2630 Contemporary Moral Issues3
PHI 3420 Philosophy of the Social Sciences3
PHI 3650 Moral Philosophy3
Political Science
CourseCredits
CPO 2001 Comparative Politics3
INR 2001 Intro to International Relations3
INR 3102 The U.S. and World Affairs3
POS 2041 American Federal Government3
POS 3263 Policy, Ethics and Public Leadership3
POT 3302 Political Ideologies3
Psychology
CourseCredits
PSY 2012 General Psychology3
CLP 2001 Personal Growth3
Religion
CourseCredits
REL 2121 American Religious History3
REL 2300 Intro to World Religions3
REL 3191 Death and the Afterlife: Perspectives from World Religions3
Sociology
CourseCredits
SYD 4808 Reproduction and Gender3
SYG 2000 Principles of Sociology3
SYG 2010 Social Problems3
SYG 2430 Marriage and Family3
SYP 3510 Deviance3
CCJ 3024 Advanced Principles of Criminal Justice3
CJL 2000 Law and the Legal Process3
Theatre and Dance
CourseCredits
DAA 1000 Fundamentals of Dance Technique3
DAN 2100 Dance Appreciation for the 21st Century3
THE 2000 Theatre Appreciation3
TPP 2100 Acting for Non-Majors3
Women's Studies
CourseCredits
WST 2322 Intro to Health Disparities3
WST 2612 Social Science Perspectives on Gender and Sexuality3
WST 3015 Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Women’s Studies3
WST 3415 Transnational Feminism3