There is an opportunity for students to enroll in an online class for Rady business minor elective credit in the Fall 2015 quarter.
MGMT 4A-Basic Economics for Managers I is taught by Professor Peter Navarro. Below you will find a course syllabus:
Microeconomic principles for managers. Useful applications of basic economic principles to situations in business as well as in various professions.
Academic Planning Information:
Quarter: Instruction begins September 24, 2015
4 quarter units and lower division class
The class will be added to the academic history as UC credit and will impact the UC GPA.
If you are interested in taking this class for business minor elective credit be sure to take the class for a letter grade, earn a C- or better, and email firstname.lastname@example.org stating that you plan to take this class for business minor credit.
NOTE: Students can take a maximum of two lower division classes toward the business minor. MGT45 (or both ECON4+MGT5) counts as one lower division class and that is core/ required class. For the second class, you can choose to take this online MGMT 4A class as an elective. That means when you fulfill the ethics requirement for the business minor, you will have to take the upper division option – MGT166: Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility (not MGT16!)..
PDF of Syllabus here: MGMT-4A-syllabus
As you begin exploring options for life after graduation, we invite you to explore the Analyst experience at Cornerstone Research.
We will be at the Career Fair on Thursday, October 8th and will also be hosting an Information Session later that night starting at 6:30 PM in the Career Services Office, Horizon Room.
Please submit your application through the Career Center website as well as the Cornerstone Research website. Our resume drop will close on Sunday, October 11th at 11:59 p.m.
This fall, Community Service at the Center for Student Involvement is hosting Doing Good Better, a 7-week seminar on social innovation. This free, non-credit seminar will teach undergraduate and graduate students how to take action to solve local and global challenges. Possible topics include education, environment and climate change, global health, human rights, and poverty alleviation.
Space is limited, so please encourage interested students to register today at http://ccl.ucsd.edu/registration.
Doing Good Better will support students in carrying out their social innovation projects from idea through implementation. Participants will also learn how to construct effective applications for statewide and international social innovation competitions, including Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U), The Social Innovation Fund at UCSD, San Diego Social Innovation Challenge, Big Ideas, and The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF). These competitions provide students with opportunities to forge partnerships and obtain funding to turn their ideas into action.
Doing Good Better will be facilitated by Ryan Crawford, Community Service Program Coordinator and Ria Rodriguez, Community Service Graduate Assistant.
What: Social Innovation – Doing Good Better Seminar
When: Tuesdays, 2:00-3:00 pm (beginning October 6 – November 17, 2015)
Where: Price Center West, Bear Room
How to register: http://ccl.ucsd.edu/registration
Competition registration is now officially open and students can register at www.nibc.ca . Please find below some key information about NIBC 2016:
- Teams can either be three or four members and can register at www.nibc.ca
- $100 early bird registration fee
- Estimated $15,000 prize pool awarded to winning teams
- Separate Undergraduate and Graduate divisions
- Qualifying teams are invited to compete in the Final Round, which takes place from March 30th – 31stin Vancouver
We have been working diligently in collaboration with our Board to accommodate all parties involved with NIBC to ensure the most favorable date was chosen for the 2016 event. After reviewing the academic calendars for our partner schools and seeking input from our corporate sponsors and partners, we are delighted to confirm that the Final Round and conference of NIBC 2016 will take place on March 30th and 31st 2016.
A more detailed timeline of the National Investment Banking Competition can be found below:
|Registration Deadline:||October 12, 2015|
|First Round Case Dissemination:||October 19, 2015|
|Electronic Case Submission:||November 16, 2015|
|Finalist Announcement:||January 2016|
|Final Round:||March 30 – 31, 2016|
The timeline for this year¹s competition offers significant benefits when compared to other viable options and will help ensure that NIBC 2016 is our highest quality event yet.
- Mitigates potential complications for those traveling in winter weather conditions
- Does not conflict with the majority of schools¹ midterm or final exams
- Competition will better accommodate schools that utilize the quarter system
- Competitors will be better equipped to extrapolate and apply skills developed in the classroom
- Better professional attendance as March is typically a ³low period² for banking
About the Case Creation:
The cases are prepared by investment banking professionals from firms including Macquarie Capital, RBC Capital Markets, BMO Capital Markets, KKR, and Evercore Partners. The cases are designed to give students hands-on insights into the actual work of investment banking Analysts, Associates, and Vice Presidents. This includes, but is not limited to financial modeling, evaluation of financing structures, and delivery of client presentations.
Check out the flyers:
Rady is hosting an Information Session this month to announce the new minor in
Entrepreneurship & Innovation
WHEN: September 23rd, 2015 11am –12pm
WHERE: Rady School of Management, Otterson Hall, Classroom 1S114
Check out details for the minor here: http://rady.ucsd.edu/undergrad/entrepreneurship-and-innovation-minor/