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Interdisciplinary

ENCOUNTERS WITH THE BRIC

STUDENTS MUST BE ACCEPTED AND ENROLLED IN THE BRIC PROGRAM TO TAKE THIS COURSE BRC3603 Encounters with the BRIC: Comparative Analysis in Cross Cultural Contexts 2 credit Advanced Liberal Arts Encounters with BRIC is a two credit course with two components: the intensive pre-departure program and the offshore program, which includes weekly meetings, journaling assignments and a BRIC capstone project in the last week of the whole program. This course is designed to help you prepare to get the most out of your experience before you leave the Babson campus and also give you new tools along the way to deepen your connection with your host countries, trouble shoot problems, reflect on your learning and harvest your experience upon your return.

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1000 Foundation of Management & Entrepreneurship, Revised (2 semesters) (Foundation Mgmt) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key entrepreneurship, marketing, business management and organizational behavior concepts. Central to the course is a "learn by doing” approach in which students teams develop and implement an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students also coordinate. Through these activities students will have a personal opportunity to explore the challenges and complexities of creating social as well as economic value. In the organizational behavior stream of this section of FME, students will explore their personal entrepreneurial leadership capabilities and how to work with and through others and effectively participate in their business organizations. This section of FME will meet Babson’s undergraduate requirements for a semester long course in organizational behavior. Prerequisites: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1001 Foundation Management & Entrepreneurship (2 semesters) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key management and information systems principles, vocabulary, and techniques. Central to the course is a "learn by doing" approach and sensitivity toward social responsibility and ethical behavior. Students organize into groups of 30 and are responsible for developing and implementing an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students must coordinate as well. Students are introduced to the central concepts of finance, accounting, management, operations, and human resource management. In addition, they learn how information systems are used to manage and control business organizations and how to use productivity tools such as spreadsheet and database programs to manage business organizations more effectively. Prerequisite: FME1000 and ACC1000 (may be taken concurrently) This course is typically offered in the following semester: Spring

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1001 Foundation Management & Entrepreneurship (2 semesters) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key management and information systems principles, vocabulary, and techniques. Central to the course is a "learn by doing" approach and sensitivity toward social responsibility and ethical behavior. Students organize into groups of 30 and are responsible for developing and implementing an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students must coordinate as well. Students are introduced to the central concepts of finance, accounting, management, operations, and human resource management. In addition, they learn how information systems are used to manage and control business organizations and how to use productivity tools such as spreadsheet and database programs to manage business organizations more effectively. Prerequisite: FME1000 and ACC1000 (may be taken concurrently) This course is typically offered in the following semester: Spring

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1001 Foundation Management & Entrepreneurship (2 semesters) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key management and information systems principles, vocabulary, and techniques. Central to the course is a "learn by doing" approach and sensitivity toward social responsibility and ethical behavior. Students organize into groups of 30 and are responsible for developing and implementing an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students must coordinate as well. Students are introduced to the central concepts of finance, accounting, management, operations, and human resource management. In addition, they learn how information systems are used to manage and control business organizations and how to use productivity tools such as spreadsheet and database programs to manage business organizations more effectively. Prerequisite: FME1000 and ACC1000 (may be taken concurrently) This course is typically offered in the following semester: Spring

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1001 Foundation Management & Entrepreneurship (2 semesters) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key management and information systems principles, vocabulary, and techniques. Central to the course is a "learn by doing" approach and sensitivity toward social responsibility and ethical behavior. Students organize into groups of 30 and are responsible for developing and implementing an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students must coordinate as well. Students are introduced to the central concepts of finance, accounting, management, operations, and human resource management. In addition, they learn how information systems are used to manage and control business organizations and how to use productivity tools such as spreadsheet and database programs to manage business organizations more effectively. Prerequisite: FME1000 and ACC1000 (may be taken concurrently) This course is typically offered in the following semester: Spring

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1001 Foundation Management & Entrepreneurship (2 semesters) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key management and information systems principles, vocabulary, and techniques. Central to the course is a "learn by doing" approach and sensitivity toward social responsibility and ethical behavior. Students organize into groups of 30 and are responsible for developing and implementing an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students must coordinate as well. Students are introduced to the central concepts of finance, accounting, management, operations, and human resource management. In addition, they learn how information systems are used to manage and control business organizations and how to use productivity tools such as spreadsheet and database programs to manage business organizations more effectively. Prerequisite: FME1000 and ACC1000 (may be taken concurrently) This course is typically offered in the following semester: Spring

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1001 Foundation Management & Entrepreneurship (2 semesters) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key management and information systems principles, vocabulary, and techniques. Central to the course is a "learn by doing" approach and sensitivity toward social responsibility and ethical behavior. Students organize into groups of 30 and are responsible for developing and implementing an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students must coordinate as well. Students are introduced to the central concepts of finance, accounting, management, operations, and human resource management. In addition, they learn how information systems are used to manage and control business organizations and how to use productivity tools such as spreadsheet and database programs to manage business organizations more effectively. Prerequisite: FME1000 and ACC1000 (may be taken concurrently) This course is typically offered in the following semester: Spring

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1001 Foundation Management & Entrepreneurship (2 semesters) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key management and information systems principles, vocabulary, and techniques. Central to the course is a "learn by doing" approach and sensitivity toward social responsibility and ethical behavior. Students organize into groups of 30 and are responsible for developing and implementing an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students must coordinate as well. Students are introduced to the central concepts of finance, accounting, management, operations, and human resource management. In addition, they learn how information systems are used to manage and control business organizations and how to use productivity tools such as spreadsheet and database programs to manage business organizations more effectively. Prerequisite: FME1000 and ACC1000 (may be taken concurrently) This course is typically offered in the following semester: Spring

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1001 Foundation Management & Entrepreneurship (2 semesters) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key management and information systems principles, vocabulary, and techniques. Central to the course is a "learn by doing" approach and sensitivity toward social responsibility and ethical behavior. Students organize into groups of 30 and are responsible for developing and implementing an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students must coordinate as well. Students are introduced to the central concepts of finance, accounting, management, operations, and human resource management. In addition, they learn how information systems are used to manage and control business organizations and how to use productivity tools such as spreadsheet and database programs to manage business organizations more effectively. Prerequisite: FME1000 and ACC1000 (may be taken concurrently) This course is typically offered in the following semester: Spring

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1001 Foundation Management & Entrepreneurship (2 semesters) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key management and information systems principles, vocabulary, and techniques. Central to the course is a "learn by doing" approach and sensitivity toward social responsibility and ethical behavior. Students organize into groups of 30 and are responsible for developing and implementing an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students must coordinate as well. Students are introduced to the central concepts of finance, accounting, management, operations, and human resource management. In addition, they learn how information systems are used to manage and control business organizations and how to use productivity tools such as spreadsheet and database programs to manage business organizations more effectively. Prerequisite: FME1000 and ACC1000 (may be taken concurrently) This course is typically offered in the following semester: Spring

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1001 Foundation Management & Entrepreneurship (2 semesters) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key management and information systems principles, vocabulary, and techniques. Central to the course is a "learn by doing" approach and sensitivity toward social responsibility and ethical behavior. Students organize into groups of 30 and are responsible for developing and implementing an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students must coordinate as well. Students are introduced to the central concepts of finance, accounting, management, operations, and human resource management. In addition, they learn how information systems are used to manage and control business organizations and how to use productivity tools such as spreadsheet and database programs to manage business organizations more effectively. Prerequisite: FME1000 and ACC1000 (may be taken concurrently) This course is typically offered in the following semester: Spring

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1001 Foundation Management & Entrepreneurship (2 semesters) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key management and information systems principles, vocabulary, and techniques. Central to the course is a "learn by doing" approach and sensitivity toward social responsibility and ethical behavior. Students organize into groups of 30 and are responsible for developing and implementing an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students must coordinate as well. Students are introduced to the central concepts of finance, accounting, management, operations, and human resource management. In addition, they learn how information systems are used to manage and control business organizations and how to use productivity tools such as spreadsheet and database programs to manage business organizations more effectively. Prerequisite: FME1000 and ACC1000 (may be taken concurrently) This course is typically offered in the following semester: Spring

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1001 Foundation Management & Entrepreneurship (2 semesters) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key management and information systems principles, vocabulary, and techniques. Central to the course is a "learn by doing" approach and sensitivity toward social responsibility and ethical behavior. Students organize into groups of 30 and are responsible for developing and implementing an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students must coordinate as well. Students are introduced to the central concepts of finance, accounting, management, operations, and human resource management. In addition, they learn how information systems are used to manage and control business organizations and how to use productivity tools such as spreadsheet and database programs to manage business organizations more effectively. Prerequisite: FME1000 and ACC1000 (may be taken concurrently) This course is typically offered in the following semester: Spring

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1001 Foundation Management & Entrepreneurship (2 semesters) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key management and information systems principles, vocabulary, and techniques. Central to the course is a "learn by doing" approach and sensitivity toward social responsibility and ethical behavior. Students organize into groups of 30 and are responsible for developing and implementing an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students must coordinate as well. Students are introduced to the central concepts of finance, accounting, management, operations, and human resource management. In addition, they learn how information systems are used to manage and control business organizations and how to use productivity tools such as spreadsheet and database programs to manage business organizations more effectively. Prerequisite: FME1000 and ACC1000 (may be taken concurrently) This course is typically offered in the following semester: Spring

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1000 Foundation of Management & Entrepreneurship, Revised (2 semesters) (Foundation Mgmt) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key entrepreneurship, marketing, business management and organizational behavior concepts. Central to the course is a "learn by doing” approach in which students teams develop and implement an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students also coordinate. Through these activities students will have a personal opportunity to explore the challenges and complexities of creating social as well as economic value. In the organizational behavior stream of this section of FME, students will explore their personal entrepreneurial leadership capabilities and how to work with and through others and effectively participate in their business organizations. This section of FME will meet Babson’s undergraduate requirements for a semester long course in organizational behavior. Prerequisites: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1000 Foundation of Management & Entrepreneurship, Revised (2 semesters) (Foundation Mgmt) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key entrepreneurship, marketing, business management and organizational behavior concepts. Central to the course is a "learn by doing” approach in which students teams develop and implement an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students also coordinate. Through these activities students will have a personal opportunity to explore the challenges and complexities of creating social as well as economic value. In the organizational behavior stream of this section of FME, students will explore their personal entrepreneurial leadership capabilities and how to work with and through others and effectively participate in their business organizations. This section of FME will meet Babson’s undergraduate requirements for a semester long course in organizational behavior. Prerequisites: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1000 Foundation of Management & Entrepreneurship, Revised (2 semesters) (Foundation Mgmt) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key entrepreneurship, marketing, business management and organizational behavior concepts. Central to the course is a "learn by doing” approach in which students teams develop and implement an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students also coordinate. Through these activities students will have a personal opportunity to explore the challenges and complexities of creating social as well as economic value. In the organizational behavior stream of this section of FME, students will explore their personal entrepreneurial leadership capabilities and how to work with and through others and effectively participate in their business organizations. This section of FME will meet Babson’s undergraduate requirements for a semester long course in organizational behavior. Prerequisites: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1000 Foundation of Management & Entrepreneurship, Revised (2 semesters) (Foundation Mgmt) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key entrepreneurship, marketing, business management and organizational behavior concepts. Central to the course is a "learn by doing” approach in which students teams develop and implement an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students also coordinate. Through these activities students will have a personal opportunity to explore the challenges and complexities of creating social as well as economic value. In the organizational behavior stream of this section of FME, students will explore their personal entrepreneurial leadership capabilities and how to work with and through others and effectively participate in their business organizations. This section of FME will meet Babson’s undergraduate requirements for a semester long course in organizational behavior. Prerequisites: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall

FOUNDATIONS OF MGMT & ENTREPRENEURS

FME1000 Foundation of Management & Entrepreneurship, Revised (2 semesters) (Foundation Mgmt) This full-year, introductory course exposes students to key entrepreneurship, marketing, business management and organizational behavior concepts. Central to the course is a "learn by doing” approach in which students teams develop and implement an actual business that the College funds. Profits generated by the business activity are used to support a charitable project that the students also coordinate. Through these activities students will have a personal opportunity to explore the challenges and complexities of creating social as well as economic value. In the organizational behavior stream of this section of FME, students will explore their personal entrepreneurial leadership capabilities and how to work with and through others and effectively participate in their business organizations. This section of FME will meet Babson’s undergraduate requirements for a semester long course in organizational behavior. Prerequisites: NONE This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall
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