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4895. Special Topics

1.00 - 6.00 credits | May be repeated for credit.

Prerequisites: Announced separately for each course offering; not open to students in the School of Business; open to juniors or higher.

Grading Basis: Graded

Classroom course in special topics in business administration as announced in advance for each semester. With a change in content, may be repeated for credit. May not be used to satisfy Junior-Senior level major requirements of the school of Business.


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Term Campus Instruction Mode Instructor Section Session Schedule Location Enrollment Notes
Fall 2021 Storrs Distance Learning Florin, Juan 001 Reg MoWe 12:30pm‑1:45pm
No Room Required - Online 6/20
Fall 2021 Storrs In Person Reilly, Greg 002 Reg TuTh 11:00am‑12:15pm
BUSN 226 0/20
Fall 2021 Storrs In Person Suetta, Zachary 003 Reg 12:00am‑12:00am
No Room Required - Dept Space 1/1
Spring 2022 Storrs Distance Learning Florin, Juan 001 Reg Mo 12:30pm‑1:45pm
We 12:30pm‑1:45pm
No Room Required - Online
No Room Required - Online
7/20
Spring 2022 Storrs In Person Reilly, Greg 002 Reg TuTh 11:00am‑12:15pm
BUSN 226 0/20
Spring 2022 Storrs In Person Noble, David 003 Reg TuTh 11:00am‑12:15pm
BUSN 215 6/20 American economic development is an extraordinary story of “creative destruction” driven by continuous innovation and reinvention. The course focuses on the post-1840 dynamic as the American economy, increasingly integrated with the new communication and transportation technologies of telegraph and rail, embarks on remarkable trajectory of growth. The course considers both the individual histories of exemplary entrepreneurs and the economic/policy context within which they operated. It concludes with consideration of the dramatic evolution post-1970 as IT transforms business and America integrates into the global economy. The course includes class presentations from contemporary entrepreneurs.
Spring 2022 Storrs In Person Carstensen, Fred 004 Reg MoWe 2:00pm‑3:15pm
BUSN 202 7/40
Spring 2022 Hartford Hybrid/Blended Bruno, David
Mathieu, Jennifer
H71 Reg Fr 12:00pm‑2:00pm
HTB 138 5/15 This advanced experiential learning course builds student entrepreneurial skills by participating in the creation and growth of the Build Hartford program. Build Hartford seeks to catalyze economic development throughout the greater Hartford region by engaging student entrepreneurs at the University of Connecticut. Students will carry out Customer Discovery and Development Planning to strategically design projects funded by the Build Hartford program. These topics and skills are equally applicable to entrepreneurial leadership in new ventures (whether high-growth or small-business entrepreneurs) as well as in corporations (intrapreneurs, corporate ventures, innovation champions). Students interested in applying should visit https://ccei.uconn.edu/build-hartford/ to apply to participate. This class meets in the GBLC.