Course List

Undergraduate Business Course List

Listing of courses offered to Undergraduate Business students at the Tepper School of Business.

    • 70050 Study Abroad

      This course serve as a Fall semester placeholder for undergraduate Business Administration students who study abroad full-time. No course credit and no letter grade is associated with it. Special permission is required for this course to be used. Read More
    • 70051 Study Abroad

      This course serve as a Spring semester placeholder for undergraduate Business Administration students who study abroad full-time. No course credit and no letter grade is associated with it. Special permission is required for this course to be used. Read More
    • 70100 Global Business

      This course examines the fundamental issues in the development of new markets for products and services globally. It provides a foundation for understanding the functional areas of business and how they contribute to management of a firm. Students use this foundation knowledge to analyze cases and c... Read More
    • 70101 Introduction to Business Management

      This course examines the fundamental issues in the development of new markets for products and services globally. It provides a foundation for understanding the functional areas of business and how they contribute to the management of a firm. Students use this foundational knowledge to analyze cases... Read More
    • 70110 Business Computing

    • 70122 Introduction to Accounting

      This course provides the knowledge and skills necessary for the student to understand financial statements and financial records and to make use of the information for management and investment decisions. Topics include: an overview of financial statements and business decisions; the balance sheet, ... Read More
    • 70160 Graphic Media Management

      This course provides a foundation for the study of graphic communications management by investigating the processes and materials used in the graphic arts. The subjects examined include typography, papermaking, ink technology, electronic imaging, process control and color separation. Read More
    • 70162 Interactive Media Management

    • 70164 Color Reproduction and Management

    • 70194 Publishing Management in the Information Age

      As the digital era transforms the publishing industry, this course addresses how best to manage the opportunities brought about by profound technological changes. The course focuses on the management of intellectual property, the publishing process, career opportunities, and the impacts of new techn... Read More
    • 70196 Publishing on the World Wide Web

      Over the past two decades, the World Wide Web has become an essential communications venue for private individuals and businesses alike. This course examines a variety of topics related to web publishing including: the design and usability of web sites, the appropriate use of file formats, the emerg... Read More
    • 70201 Professional and Service Projects

      Professional service is important in career development because it creates opportunities to use skills and knowledge, develop leadership abilities, develop professional networks, and to learn the importance of community involvement and social values in business practice.  Students complete a va... Read More
    • 70207 Probability and Statistics for Business Applications

      Elementary ideas in probability, statistics, and data analysis are presented in the context of their importance to modern business management. Read More
    • 70208 Regression Analysis

      This class focuses on the statistical analysis of the relationship between two or more random variables. In particular, we examine the estimation of the conditional mean of the dependent variable as a function of independent variables using linear regression. We draw on statistical theory to determi... Read More
    • 70311 Organizational Behavior

      This course examines the factors which influence individual, group and firm behavior in the context of the workplace. Topics covered include perception, group behavior, decision making, motivation, leadership and organizational design and change. Read More
    • 70321 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution

      This course will complement the technical and diagnostic skills you have learned in other courses. A basic premise of the course is that, while you will need analytical skills to discover optimal solutions to problems, you will also need a broad array of negotiation skills to implement these solutio... Read More
    • 70332 Business, Society and Ethics

      The course draws upon actual cases to explore fundamental questions faced by businesses operating in the United States and elsewhere in the world. What justifies governmental regulation of your business? What are the rights of employers and employees? How does the law protect consumers?  What l... Read More
    • 70339 Information Technology for Finance

      The financial services industry is a leader in the use of information technology. Firms in banking, securities, investments, insurance and financial marketplaces are among the most information intensive and innovative users of technology. The course will examine the role and potential of technology ... Read More
    • 70340 Business Communications

      Business Communications develops and sharpens your written, oral, and interpersonal communication, introducing you to common forms of professional writing and speaking in specific business situations. The course explores crucial rhetorical issues that impact your ability to communicate and achieve y... Read More
    • 70341 Organizational Communication

      Much of the work in groups and organizations consists of communication.  You communicate to get information that will be the basis of decisions, to provide a vision for the people who work for and with you, to coordinate activity, and to sell yourself and your work.  The goal of this cours... Read More