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Cornell University    
 
    
 
  Aug 18, 2017
 
Courses of Study 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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AEM 2200 - Business Management and Organization


Fall. 4 credits. Letter grades only.

Open only to incoming AEM freshmen.

P. D. Perez.

Foundational course, meant to familiarize students with the use of core concepts in marketing, accounting, organizational design and management, entrepreneurship and strategy, teamwork, leadership, and ethics; as well as with the Dyson/AEM major and the business careers that may follow it. Significant writing and analytical components (both individual and team based case study analysis, evaluation of a U.S. publicly traded corporation). Required for and restricted to incoming  Dyson/AEM freshmen only.

Outcome 1: Become conversant with foundational concepts of marketing, entrepreneurship, accounting, strategic management, organizational design and management, teamwork, leadership and business ethics.

Outcome 2: Practice the ability to apply foundational concepts to analyze business situations, problems, and news.

Outcome 3: Become familiarized with methodologies and tools (ie. Excel) that can be applied successfully in the analysis of business situations, problems, and news.

Outcome 4: Practice the ability to apply foundational concepts through a comprehensive analysis of a US publicly traded corporation.

Outcome 5: Gain exposure to a critical stance towards business and management, and with the ethical principles associated with business and management.

Outcome 6: Become familiar with the concepts of professional career and organizational citizenship through formal exposure to the Dyson School and AEM, and mentorship in the development of a plan of studies and of a professional plan.

Outcome 7: Practice both formal and informal teamwork.



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