Special Topics Offered Fall 2020

UGBA 096 Creativity and Leadership with Rittenberg, Collins, Leeds and Gavshon [pdf flyer]

UGBA 137 Alternative Investments: Venture Capital, Private Equity and Hedge Funds with Etter and Olesky [pdf flyer]

UGBA 157 Becoming a Changemaker with Budak [pdf flyer]

UGBA 177 Ethics and Artificial Intelligence with Groth [pdf flyer]

UGBA 192T Business and Labor Rights in Global Supply Chains with Saxena [pdf flyer]

Special Topics Offered Spring 2020

UGBA127.1 with Konchitchki – Financial Reporting and Decision Making for Real Life Success (For undergraduate and graduate non-Haas students) [pdf flyer]

UGBA137.1 with Parlour – Fin Tech [pdf flyer]

UGBA 147.1 with Huntsinger – Advanced Business Analytics [pdf flyer]

UGBA157.1 with Pearce – Leading High Impact Teams [pdf flyer]

UGBA157.2 with Katz – The Pursuit of Meaningful Work [pdf flyer]

UGBA157.3 with Budak – Becoming a Changemaker [pdf flyer]

UGBA 167.1 Marketing Analytics with Compiani [pdf flyer]

UGBA190T.1 with McCoy – Hands-On Rapid Prototyping [pdf flyer]

UGBA190T.3 with Somma – Creativity [pdf flyer]

UGBA190T.5 with Kovats – Design Your Life [pdf flyer]

UGBA192T.1 with Strand – Sustainable Business in the Nordics [pdf flyer]

UGBA192T.2 with Rosenzweig – Edible Education [pdf flyer]

UGBA192T.3 with McElrath and Natour – Managing Human Rights in Business [pdf flyer]

UGBA192T.4 with McElhaney – Equity Fluent Leaders [pdf flyer]

UGBA 192T.5 Impact Startup Disco with Calderon [pdf flyer]

UGBA 192T.6 Financial Tools for Social Impact with Copen [pdf flyer]

UGBA192T.7 with Silver – Social Sector Solutions [pdf flyer]
(Requires Special Enrollment Application: Undergrads must submit applications to bit.ly/s3app2020 by Nov. 15, 2019 11:59 pm PST. Students will be notified of acceptance to the class the first week of December.More information about the class can be found at https://haas.berkeley.edu/cssl/programs-events/social-sector-solutions/)

UGBA194.1 with Ross – Colloquium on the Social, Political and Ethical Environment of Business [pdf flyer]

UGBA194.2 with Leeds – Colloquium in Leadership [pdf flyer]

UGBA195T.1 with Hischier – Startup and Small Business Consulting [pdf flyer]

UGBA195T.2 with Heyne – Founder Workshop: Building a Fundable Startup [pdf flyer]

UGBA196.1 with Giles – Sports Management [pdf flyer]

UGBA 196.2 with Snyder – Coaching and the Art of Feedback [pdf flyer]


Special Topics Offered Fall 2019

UGBA96.1 with Collins/Leeds/Gavshon/Rittenberg – Creativity and Leadership

UGBA157.1 with Katz – The Pursuit of Meaningful Work [pdf flyer]

UGBA167.1 with Hsu – Neuro-Marketing [pdf flyer]

UGBA190T.2 with Barry – Needfinding in the Wild [pdf flyer]

UGBA190T.3 with Metzler – Strategy for the IT Firm [pdf flyer]

UGBA190T.4 with Somma – Creativity [pdf flyer]

UGBA192N.1 with Dougherty – Management Consulting Skills for Social Impact [pdf flyer] *

UGBA192N.4 with Saretsky – Negotiating Human Rights Solutions In Business [pdf flyer]

UGBA192T.1 with Rochlin – Business Models and Strategies for a Better World [pdf flyer] *

UGBA195T.1 with Chandra – Venture Capital, Private Equity and Hedge Funds – An Introduction [pdf flyer]

UGBA196.1 and 196.2 with Selinger – Personal Financial Management (This course is now listed in the Fall schedule as UGBA 135.001 – Class number: 33791 and UGBA 135.002  – Class number: 33792; The course content and topic remains the same despite the update in course number and title)

UGBA196.3 with Fulp – Sports Management [pdf flyer] *

UGBA196.5 with Budak – Becoming a Changemaker [pdf flyer]

(*) This flyer is from a previous semester

Special Topics Offered Spring 2019

UGBA 96.1 and 96.2 with Odean – Navigating Life’s Financial Decisions

UGBA 127.1 with Rasmussen – Ethics in Accounting

UGBA 147.1 with Huntsinger – Advanced Business Analytics

UGBA 157.1 with Pearce – Leading High Impact Teams

UGBA 157.2 with Katz – The Pursuit of Meaningful Work

UGBA 190T.1 with McCoy – Hands-On Rapid Prototyping

UGBA 190T.2 with Beckman – Collaborative Innovation

UGBA 190T.3 with Somma – Creativity

UGBA190T.4 with Fitch – Intellectual Property for Entrepreneurship

UGBA190T.5 with Kovats – Design Your Life

UGBA 192N.1 with Budak – Becoming a Changemaker

UGBA 192N.5 with Buluswar – Strategic Approaches for Global Social Impact

UGBA 192T.1 with Strand – Sustainable Business in the Nordics

UGBA 192T.2 with Rosenzweig – Edible Education

UGBA 192T.3 with McElrath and Natour- Managing Human Rights in Business

UGBA 192T.4 with McElhaney – Equity Fluent Leaders: The Value of Inclusion & Diversity

UGBA 192T-5 with Calderon – Impact Startup DISCO

UGBA 195T.1 with Hischier – Startup and Small Business Consulting

UGBA 196.1 with Giles – Sports Management

UGBA 196.2 and 196.3 with Selinger – Personal Financial Management

UGBA 196.11 with Herbert Creek/Rittenberg/Caleshu- Leadership Communications

Special Topics Offered Fall 2018

UGBA 96.1 with Beckman, Silver and Rittenberg – Creativity and Leadership

UGBA 96.2 and 96.3 with Miller – Data and Decisions

UGBA 117.2 with Aiche – Game Theory

UGBA 157.1 with Katz – The Pursuit of Meaningful Work

UGBA 190T.1 with Kellogg and Somma – Innovation and Design Thinking in Business 

UGBA 190T.2 with Rath and Barry – Needfinding in the Wild

UGBA 190T.3 with Metzler – Strategy for the IT Firm

UGBA190T.4 with Somma – Creativity 

UGBA 192N.1 with Dougherty – Management Consulting Skills for Social Impact

UGBA 192N.2 with Justis – Social Entrepreneurship

UGBA 192N.4 with Saretsky – Negotiating Human Rights Solutions in Business

UGBA 192T.1 with Rochlin – Business Models and Strategies for a Better World

UGBA 195T.1 with Chandra – Venture Capital, Private Equity and Hedge Funds: An Introduction

UGBA 195T.2 with Calderon – Startup Disco for Undergraduates

UGBA 196.1 and 196.2 with Selinger – Personal Financial Management

UGBA196.3 with Fulp – Sports Management

UGBA 1963.4 and 196.5 with Herbert Creek – Undergradaute Leadership Communication

Special Topics Offered Spring 2018

UGBA 39E with Harris – Civic Technologies

UGBA 96.1 and 96.2 with Odean – Navigating Life’s Financial Decisions

UGBA 96.4 and 96.5 with Miller – Data & Decisions

UGBA 117.1 with Padelli – Economic Issues in the European Union

UGBA127.1 with Rasmussen – Ethics in Accounting

UGBA137.1 with Mazumdar – Corporate Strategy and Valuation

UGBA137.2 with Gkatzimas – Introduction to Financial Engineering

UGBA147.1 with Romero-Hernandez – Operations, Processes, and Supply Chain Management

UGBA147.2 with Huntsinger – Advanced Business Analytics

UGBA157.1 with Pearce – Leading Groups and Teams

UGBA157.2 with Katz- The Pursuit of Meaningful Work

UGBA167.1 with Robinson – Marketing Strategy

UGBA190T.1 with McCoy – Hands-On Rapid Prototyping

UGBA190T.2 with Beckman – Collaborative Innovation

UGBA190T.3 with Kellogg and Somma – Creativity

UGBA190T.4 with Fitch – Intellectual Property for Entrepreneurship

UGBA 190T.5 with Kovats – Design Your Life

UGBA192N.2 with Copen – Financial Tools for Social Impact

UGBA192T.1 with McElhaney – The Business Case for Investing in Women

UGBA192T.2 with Rosenzweig – Edible Education

UGBA192T.3 with McElrath and Natour- Managing Human Rights in Business

UGBA194.1 with Ross – Colloquium on the Social, Political and Ethical Environment of Business

UGBA195T.1 with Hischier – Startup and Small Business Consulting

UGBA195T.2 with Calderon – Impact Startup DISCO

UGBA 196.1 with Giles – Sports Management

(*) This flyer is from a previous semester

Special Topics Offered Fall 2017

UGBA117.1 with Padelli – Economic Issues in the European Union

UGBA127.1 with Rasmussen – Ethics in Accounting

UGBA167.1 with Robinson – Marketing Strategy

UGBA190T.1 with Kellogg and Somma- Innovation and Design Thinking in Business

UGBA190T.2 with Rath and Barry – Needfinding in the Wild

UGBA190T.3 with Metzler – Strategy for the IT Firm

UGBA 190T.4 w/ Kellogg – Creativity Lab

UGBA192N.1 with Dougherty – Management Consulting Skills for Social Impact

UGBA192N.2 with Justis – Social Entrepreneurship

UGBA194.1 with Shireman – Power and Purpose: Engaging Stakeholders in Business, Politics and Activism

UGBA195T with Chandra – Venture Capital, Private Equity and Hedge Funds: An Introduction

UGBA 195.2 with Jorge Calderon – Startup DISCO

UGBA196.1 and UGBA196.2 with Selinger – Personal Financial Management

UGBA196.3 with Fulp – Special Topics in Business Administration: Sports Management

UGBA 196.4 and UGBA 196.5 with Rittenberg- Leadership Communications

UGBA127.1 with Rasmussen – Ethics in Accounting

UGBA137.1 with Mazumdar – Corporate Strategy and Valuation

UGBA157.1 with Pearce – Leading Groups and Teams

UGBA167.1 with Robinson – Marketing Strategy

UGBA190T.1 with McCoy – Hands-On Rapid Prototyping

UGBA190T.2 with Beckman – Collaborative Innovation

UGBA 190T-3 with Kellogg – Creativity Lab

UGBA 192N-1 with Buluswar – Strategic Approaches for Global Social Impact

UGBA192T.1 with McElhaney – The Business Case for Investing in Women

UGBA192T.2 with McElrath and Natour – Business and Human Rights

UGBA195T.1 with Hischier – Startup and Small Business Consulting

UGBA196.1 with Giles – Sports Management

Special Topics Offered Fall 2016

UGBA 127.1 w/ McCauley – Operating and Financial Reporting Issues in the Financial Services Industry

UGBA 127.2 w/ Rasmussen – Ethics in Accounting

UGBA 167.1 w/ Robinson – Marketing Strategy 

UGBA 190T.1 w/ Kellogg – Innovation and Design Thinking in Business   *

UGBA 190T.2  w/ Barry – Needfinding in the Wild

UGBA 190T.3 w/ Metzler – Strategy for the IT Firm

UGBA 192N.1  w/ Dougherty – Social Entrepreneurship

UGBA 194.1 w/ Shireman – Power for Purpose: Engaging Stakeholders in Business, Politics and Activism

UGBA 195T.1 w/ Chandra – Venture Capital, Private Equity and Hedge Funds: An Introduction

UGBA 196.1 and UGBA 196.2 w/ Sellinger – Personal Financial Management

UGBA 196.3 w/ Fulp – Sports Management

UGB 196.4 w/ Lutz – Communicating Across Cultures

(*) This flyer is from a previous semester

Special Topics Offered in Spring 2016

UGBA 137-1 w/Gkatzimas – Introduction to Financial Engineering

UGBA137-2 w/ Mazumdar – Corporate Strategy and Valuation

UGBA157-1 w/ Mulhern – Paired Leadership in Action

UGBA167-1 w/ Robinson – Marketing Strategy

UGBA177-2 w/ Hischier – Startup and Small Business Consulting

UGBA190T-1 w/ Kellogg – Innovation and Design Thinking in Business

UGBA190T-2 w/ Agogino – Introduction to Product Development  *

UGBA190T-3 w/ Beckman – Collaborative Innovation

UGBA 190T-4 w/ Fitch – Intellectual Property for Entrepreneurship

UGBA 190T-5 w/ McCoy – Hands-On Rapid Prototyping  ***

UGBA 190T-6 w/ Patterson – Collaborative Innovation

UGBA192N-1 w/ Lacon – Cal Strategic Philanthropy

UGBA192T-1 w/ McElhaney – The Business Case for Investing in Women

UGBA 192T-3 w/ McElrath and Natour – Human Rights and Business

UGBA194-1 w/ Ross – Colloquium on the Social, Political and Ethical Environment of Business

UGBA196-1 w/ Giles – Sports Management

UGBA196-2 w/ Ivester – Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Social and Cultural Context **

(*) This flyer is from a previous semester.

(**) Room-share with corresponding SOCIOLOGY course: SOC 121. Students taking the sociology version SOC 121 will receive upper-division non-business units. Students taking the UGBA 196-2 version will receive upper-division business units. Please enroll accordingly. UGBA 196-2 is restricted to 10 Business Majors only.

(***) Please note that UGBA 190T-5 meets for only 8 weeks during the first half of the semester. Regular enrollment procedure applies. Please contact Professor Chris McCoy at chrisdmccoy@berkeley.edu for any questions regarding the course format.

(^) UGBA 190T-3 and UGBA 190T-6 is uniquely formatted to have co-instructors. Students should enroll only in one of these lectures (either lecture 3 or lecture 6) and not both since they are considered the same course. For questions about this course, please contact the instructor, Professor Sara Beckman at beckman@berkeley.edu.

Special Topics Offered Fall 2015

UGBA 127.1 w/ McCauley – Operating and Financial Reporting Issues in the Financial Services Industry

UGBA 167.1 w/ Thomas – Product Branding and Entertainment  *

UGBA 167.2 w/ Robinson – Marketing Strategy

UGBA 177.1 w/Dwyer – Media and Communications Consulting

UGBA 190T.2 Modules A, B, C w/Beckmann – Understanding Customers’ Needs, Values and Experiences

UGBA 192N.2 w/ Silver – Social Entrepreneurship UGBA

UGBA 194.1 w/ Shireman – Undergraduate Colloquium on Business Topics: Power for Purpose: Engaging Stakeholders in Business, Politics and Activism

195T.1 w/ Chandra – Venture Capital, Private Equity and Hedge Funds: An Introduction

UGBA 196.1 and UGBA 196.2 w/ Selinger – Personal Financial Management

UGBA 196.3 w/ Fulp – Sports Management  *

UGBA 196.5 w/ Lutz – Communicating Across Cultures

(**) This flyer is from a previous semester.

Special Topics Offered Spring 2015

UGBA 96 -1 and UGBA 96-2 – Odean, Terrance – Special Topics in Business Administration: Personal Finance

UGBA137-1 Gkatzimas, Ioannis – Special Topics in Finance: Introduction to Financial Engineering

UGBA137-2 Mazumdar, Sumon – Special Topics in Finance: Corporate Strategy and Valuation

UGBA157-1 Vacharkulksemsuk, Tanya – Special Topics in the Management of Organizations: Human Synchrony

UGBA157-2 Hischier, Whitney – Special Topics in the Management of Organizations: Managing and Motivating People**

UGBA167-1 Robinson, David – Special Topics in Marketing: Marketing Strategy

UGBA190T-1 Kellogg, Clark – Topics in Innovation and Design: Innovation and Design Thinking in Business

UGBA190T-2* Agogino, Alice – Topics in Innovation and Design: Introduction to Product Development

UGBA192N-1 Lacon, Colin; Wright-Violich, Kim – Topics in Non-Profit Management: Cal Strategic Philanthropy

UGBA192T-1 McElhaney, Kellie – Topics in Corporate Social Responsibility: Women in Business

UGBA194-1 Ross, Alan – Undergraduate Colloquium on Business Topics: Colloquium on the Social, Political and Ethical Environment of Business

UGBA196-1 Giles, Christopher – Special Topics in Business Administration: Sports Management

UGBA196-2 Ivester, Szonja – Special Topics in Business Administration: Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Social and Cultural Context

UGBA196-3 Natour, Faris and McElrath, Roger – Special Topics in Business Administration: Human Rights and Business

(*) Room-shares with corresponding SOCIOLOGY courses: SOC 121; Restricted to Business Majors Only with maximum enrollment of 10.

(**) This flyer is from a previous semester.

Special Topics Offered Fall 2014

UGBA127- 1 McCauley, John – Special Topics in Accounting: Operating and Financial Reporting Issues in the Financial Services Industry

UGBA137- 1 Hanson, Michael – Special Topics in Finance: Practical Topics in Investment Management

UGBA137-2 Namvar, Ethan – Special Topics in Finance: Introduction to Financial Engineering

UGBA167-1 Thomas, Krystal – Special Topics in Marketing: Product Branding and Entertainment*

UGBA167-3  Robinson, David – Special Topics in Marketing: Marketing Strategy

UGBA177-1 Dwyer, Diane – Special Topics in Business and Public Policy: Media Consulting

UGBA190T-2 Darwin, Solomon, Kim, Sohyeong – Topics in Innovation and Design: Open Innovation and Business Models

UGBA192N-1 Buluswar, Shashi – Topics in Non-Profit Management: Strategic Approaches for Global Social Impact

UGBA 192N -2 TBD – Topics in Non Profit Management: Social Entrepreneurship*

UGBA194-1 Shireman, Bill – Undergraduate Colloquium on Business Topics:  Power for Purpose: Engaging Stakeholders in Business, Politics and Activism

UGBA195T-1 Chandra, Rob (Robin) – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship:  Venture Capital, Private Equity and Hedge Funds, An Introduction

UGBA196-1 and 196- 2 Selinger, Fred – Special Topics in Business Administration: Personal Financial Management

UGBA 196.3 Fulp, Solly – Sports Management

(*) This flyer is from a previous semester. We have requested a new flyer from this instructor.

Special Topics Offered Spring 2014

UGBA137-4 Mazumdar, Sumon – Special Topics in Finance: Corporate Strategy and Valuation 

UGBA157-2 Hischier, Whitney – Special Topics in the Management of Organizations: Managing and Motivating People

UGBA167-1 Robinson, David – Special Topics in Marketing: Marketing Strategy

UGBA190T-1 Kellogg, Clark – Special Topics in Innovation and Design: Innovation and Design Thinking in Business

UGBA 190T-2, Alice Agogino – Special Topics in Innovation and Design: Introduction to Product Development

UGBA190T-3 Moazzami, Reza – Special Topics in Innovation and Design: Strategy for the IT Firm

UGBA192N-1 Lacon, Colin; Wright-Violich, Kim – Special Topics in Non-Profit Management: Cal Strategic Philanthropy

UGBA192T-3 McElhaney, Kellie – Special Topics in Corporate Social Responsibility: Women in Business

UGBA196-1 and 196-2 Selinger, Fred – Special Topics in Business Administration: Personal Financial Management

UGBA196-3 Himelstein, Daniel – Special Topics in Business Administration: International Consulting for Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs)

UGBA196.4 Giles, Christopher – Special Topics in Business Administration: Sports Management

UGBA196-6 Gertler, Paul – Special Topics in Business Administration: Applied Impact Evaluation: How to Learn What Works to Lower Global Poverty

*UGBA196-7 King, Timothy – Special Topics in Business Administration: Virtual Communities/Social Media

*UGBA196-8 King, Timothy – Special Topics in Business Administration: Society and Technology

*UGBA196-9 Ivester, Szonja – Special Topics in Business Administration: Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Social and Cultural Context

(*) Room-shares with corresponding SOCIOLOGY courses: SOC 167, SOC 166 and SOC 121; Restricted to Business Majors Only with maximum enrollment of 10 students each. For course description, please visit the sociology department website (.pdf).

Special Topics Offered Fall 2013

117.1 Economides – Special Topics in Economic Analysis and Policy: The Business of Social and Other Networks

127.1 McCauley – Special Topics in Accounting: Operating and Financial Reporting Issues in the Financial Services Industry

137.1 Hanson – Special Topics in Finance: Practical Topics in Investment Management

137.2 Namvar – Special Topics in Finance: Introduction to Financial Engineering

167.1 Azhar – Special Topics in Marketing: Pricing 

167.2 Thomas – Special Topics in Marketing: Product Branding and Entertainment

167.3 Robinson – Special Topics in Marketing: Marketing Strategy

167.4 Robinson – Special Topics in Marketing: Retailing

177.1 Dwyer – Special Topics in Business and Public Policy: Media Consulting

190T.1 Moazzami – Topics in Innovation and Design: Telecommunications and Media

190T.2 Darwin – Topics in Innovation and Design: Open Innovation and Business Models

192N.1 Buluswar – Topics in Non-Profit Management: Strategic Management in the Global Social Sector

195T.1 Chandra – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship: Venture Capital, Private Equity and Hedge Funds – an Introduction

196.1 and 196.2 Selinger – Special Topics in Business Administration: Personal Financial Management 

196.3 Himelstein – Special Topics in Business Administration: International Consulting for Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs)

196.5 Worthington – Special Topics in Business Administration: Improvisational Leadership

*196.6 Ivester – Special Topics in Business Administration: Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Social and Cultural Context

*196.7 King – Special Topics in Business Administration: Society and Technology

*196.8 King – Special Topics in Business Administration: Virtual Communities/Social Media

*196.9 Flatt – Special Topics in Business Administration: Organization Design

(*) Room-shares with corresponding SOCIOLOGY courses: SOC 121, SOC 166, SOC 167 and SOC 119T. Note these courses are restricted to Business majors only and have a maximum enrollment of 10 students each. For course descriptions, please visit the SOCIOLOGY department web site (.pdf).

Special Topics Courses Offered Spring 2013

127.1 Nondorf – Complex Transactions

137.2 Magin – Financial Derivative

137.4 Mazumdar – Corporate Strategy and Valuation *

157.1 Kass – Power and Politics

157.2 Mulhern – Leadership: Authority, Purpose and Empowerment

157.3 Hischier – Managing and Motivating People

167.1 Robinson – Retailing

167.2 Azhar – International Marketing

167.3 Rielly – Sports Marketing

177.1 Ross – Colloquium on the Social, Political and Ethical Environment of Business 

190T.1 Moazzami – Strategy for the IT Firm

192N.1 Wright-Violich & Lacon – Cal Strategic Philanthropy*

192T.1 Romero-Hernandez – Business and Sustainability

196.1 and 196.2 Selinger – Personal Financial Management

196.3 Himelstein – International Consulting for Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs)

196.4 and 196.5 Worthington – Leadership and Personal Development

196.6 Kellog – Innovation & Design Thinkingt

196.7 Gertler – Applied Impact Evaluation: How to Learn What Works to Lower Global Poverty

(*) This flyer is from a previous semester. We have requested a new flyer from this instructor.

 

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