Business Courses

ECO 1001-H01 INTRO TO MICROECONOMICS

CHARLES ZECH
MW 3:00-4:15

The price system; demand and supply analysis; the production process; analysis of market structures.

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VSB 1015-H01 BUSINESS DYNAMICS

JAMES BORDEN
MWF 8:30-9:20

Explores dynamic nature of business in a changing environment. Cross functional view of business and contribution of functions to accomplish vision. Integrates global, ethical, and technological dimensions. Emphasizes innovation as business, personal skill.

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VSB 1015-H02 BUSINESS DYNAMICS

JAMES BORDEN
MWF 9:30-10:20

Explores dynamic nature of business in a changing environment. Cross functional view of business and contribution of functions to accomplish vision. Integrates global, ethical, and technological dimensions. Emphasizes innovation as business, personal skill.

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VSB 2007-H01 CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY AND REGULATION

BURKE WARD
TR 8:30-9:45

Examines law, ethics, corporate responsibility, and business regulation. Studies the sources, substantive principles, and evolving nature of law, and its role in ethical business decision making.

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VSB 3500-H01 ART OF VALUE INVESTING

DAVID NAWROCKI
W 6:10-8:50 PM

Value Investing is the intensive study of companies for the purpose of investing in their securities, stocks or bonds.  Many disciplines are useful for this purpose; an incomplete listing would include finance, accounting, marketing, history, engineering, economics, social psychology, and political science.  The course attempts to have students integrate their learning at Villanova for the purpose of valuating a stock.  There is no one correct way to analyze a stock so we allow for different approaches.  The course consists of three parts: (1) reading a book that describes the approaches used by successful investors, (2) a speaker series of professional investment managers speaking to the class each week, and (3) student oral presentations on a stock to an audience with several practitioners each week.  Speakers are high level executives from investment firms and corporations and students will have plenty of opportunity to interact with these executives.  Oral presentations are by multidisciplinary student teams (3-4 students per team).  The course is a nontraditional class meaning no traditional lecture/exam format.  However, it is difficult as each student has to be proactive in their learning.  Contact Dr. Nawrocki for information and previous course outlines.

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