Online Business Courses

Summer Session 2022

Take an Online Business Class in Summer 2022

 

UConn’s School of Business offers several fully online 3-credit business courses to help you get ahead, save money, or catch-up. Summer online business classes are taught by UConn instructors and are delivered within an asynchronous format. You can participate at any time of day from nearly anywhere.

If you are a student from another school, you can take UConn summer classes online and transfer them to your home institution (you should check with your home institution to ensure transferability). With UConn’s online business summer courses, you’re attending classes at one of the nations top-ranked public institutions.

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Principles of Financial Accounting (ACCT 2001)

ACCT 2001

Prerequisites: Not recommended for freshmen. Cannot be taken after ACCT 2101, 3005, 3260.

The study of the generation and interpretation of accounting information as a basis for financial statement analysis and management decision-making.

Principles of Managerial Accounting (ACCT 2101)

ACCT 2101

Prerequisites: Not recommended for freshmen. Cannot be taken after ACCT 2101, 3005, 3260.

The study of the generation and interpretation of accounting information as a basis for financial statement analysis and management decision-making.

Intermediate Accounting I (ACCT 3201)

ACCT 3201

Prerequisites: ACCT 2101 or BADM 2710; ECON 1200 or both ECON 1201 and 1202; open only to business majors of junior or higher status. Cannot be taken for credit after passing ACCT 3202 or BADM 3201.

An in-depth study of financial accounting, giving particular emphasis to balance sheet valuations and their relationship to income determination.

Intermediate Accounting II (ACCT 3202)

ACCT 3202

Prerequisites: ACCT 3201 or BADM 3201; open only to business majors of junior or higher status. Not open for credit to students who have passed or are taking BADM 3202. Cannot be taken for credit after passing ACCT 4203 or 4243.

A continuation of ACCT 3201/BADM 3201.

Intermediate Accounting I (BADM 3201)

BADM 3201

Prerequisites: BADM 3201 or ACCT 3201; open only to non-Business students of junior or higher status. Not open to students who have passed or are taking ACCT 3202.

A continuation of BADM 3201. May substitute for ACCT 3202 for students who enter the School of Business.

Intermediate Accounting II (BADM 3202)

BADM 3202

Prerequisites: ACCT 3201 or BADM 3201; open only to business majors of junior or higher status. Not open for credit to students who have passed or are taking BADM 3202. Cannot be taken for credit after passing ACCT 4203 or 4243.1

A continuation of ACCT 3201/BADM 3201.

Digital Marketing (BADM 3665)

BADM 3665

Prerequisites: MKTG 3101 or BADM 3750; open only to non-business students of junior or higher status. Not open to students who have passed or are taking MKTG 3665.

Provides students a framework and tools to develop integrated digital marketing strategies applied to segmentation, targeting, positioning, branding, and the marketing mix in pursuit of long-term marketing objectives. May substitute for MKTG 3665 for business majors.

The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business (BADM 3720)

BADM 3720

Prerequisites: Open only to non-Business students of sophomore or higher status. Not open to students who have passed BLAW 3175. May not be taken out of sequence after passing BADM 3274, 3660, 3671 or 3672.

The meaning of law and the structure of the legal and regulatory system are studied with a view toward the impact of law upon the operation of global business. Key philosophies of ethics and social responsibility are examined through the lens of stakeholder analysis and other analytical tools. This course examines the institutional foundations of law including court systems, court procedures, and constitutional law. The application of law to shape the legal environment of business through government regulation and legal liability is examined through exploration of tort and product liability, worker protection, and business organization law. May substitute for BLAW 3175 for business majors.

Introduction to Marketing Management (BADM 3750)

BADM 3750

Prerequisites: Open only to non-Business students of sophomore or higher status. Not open to students who have passed BLAW 3175. May not be taken out of sequence after passing BADM 3274, 3660, 3671 or 3672.

The meaning of law and the structure of the legal and regulatory system are studied with a view toward the impact of law upon the operation of global business. Key philosophies of ethics and social responsibility are examined through the lens of stakeholder analysis and other analytical tools. This course examines the institutional foundations of law including court systems, court procedures, and constitutional law. The application of law to shape the legal environment of business through government regulation and legal liability is examined through exploration of tort and product liability, worker protection, and business organization law. May substitute for BLAW 3175 for business majors.

Internship in Business Administration (BADM 4881)

BADM 4881

Prerequisites: Open to juniors or higher; consent of the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs required.

Provides students with an opportunity for a supervised internship relevant to one or more major areas within the School. Students will work under the supervision of one or more professionals in the specialty in question. Student performance will be evaluated on the basis of an appraisal by the field supervisor and a detailed written report, submitted by the student. Formerly offered as BADM 4891.

Practicum in Professional Sales (BADM 4882)

BADM 4882

Prerequisites: BADM 3750; open only to non-business students of junior or higher status.

Provides students with an opportunity for supervised field work in professional sales. Student performance will be evaluated on the basis of an appraisal by the field supervisor and a detailed written report submitted by the student. Formerly offered as BADM 4892.

The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business (BLAW 3175)

BLAW 3175

Prerequisites: Open only to business majors of sophomore or higher status. Not open to student who have passed or are taking BADM 3720. Cannot be taken for credit after BLAW 3274, 3277 or 3660.

The meaning of law and the structure of the legal and regulatory system are studied with a view toward the impact of law upon the operation of global business. Key philosophies of ethics and social responsibility are examined through the lens of stakeholder analysis and other analytical tools. This course examines the institutional foundations of law including court systems, court procedures, and constitutional law. The application of law to shape the legal environment of business through government regulation and legal liability is examined through exploration of tort and product liability, worker protection, and business organization law. Required for all School of Business students.

Introduction to Marketing Management (MKTG 3101)

MKTG 3101

An introduction to the marketing system, its foundations and institutions. Students are exposed to product, promotion, price, distribution decision areas, strategic alliances, relationship marketing, and total marketing quality. This course cannot be taken for credit after passing MKTG 3208, 3209, 3453, 3370, 3280, 3362, 3753, 3757 or BADM 3750.

3.00 credits
Prerequisites: ACCT 2001; ECON 1200, or ECON 1201 and 1202; ENGL 1007 or 1010 or 1011 or 2011; MATH 1070 and 1071, or MATH 1131 and 1070/1132, or MATH 1125,1126 and 1132/1070; STAT 1000 or 1100; open only to business majors of junior or higher status.
Grading Basis: Graded

Digital Marketing (MKTG 3665)

MKTG 3665

Provides students a framework and tools to develop integrated digital marketing strategies applied to segmentation, targeting, positioning, branding, and the marketing mix in pursuit of long-term marketing objectives.

3.00 credits
Prerequisites: MKTG 3101 or BADM 3750; open only to business majors of junior or higher status. Not open to students who have passed or are currently enrolled in BADM 3665.
Grading Basis: Graded

Internship in Marketing (MKTG 4881)

MKTG 4881

Provides students with an opportunity for a supervised internship in relevant major areas within the Department. Students will work with one or more professionals in the field of marketing. Student performance will be evaluated on the basis of an appraisal by the field supervisor and a detailed written report submitted by the student. Students taking this course will be assigned a final grade of S (satisfactory) or U (unsatisfactory). Consent of instructor and Department Head required. Formerly offered as MKTG 4891.

3.00 credits
Prerequisites: MKTG 3101 or BADM 3750; completion of Freshman - Sophomore level School of Business requirements and consent of instructor and Department Head; open only to Business majors of junior or higher status.
Grading Basis: Graded

Practicum in Professional Sales (MKTG 4882)

MKTG 4882

Provides students with an opportunity for supervised field work in professional sales. Student performance will be evaluated on the basis of an appraisal by the field supervisor and a detailed written report submitted by the student. Students taking this course will be assigned a final grade of S (satisfactory) or U (unsatisfactory). Formerly offered as MKTG 4892.

3.00 credits
Prerequisites: MKTG 3101 or BADM 3750 and consent of instructor; open only to Business students of junior or higher status.
Grading Basis: Graded

Personal Finance (FNCE 3715)

FNCE 3715

Prerequisites: Open to juniors or higher. Recommended Preparation: completion of a college level math course is strongly recommended.

Designed to provide students with practical financial management skills that will enable them to identify their personal financial goals, and to plan and make financial decisions that will help them reach those goals. Topics include budgeting, investing, effective use of cash and credit, taxes, insurance, housing and automobile purchases, and retirement planning.