Master of Science in Economic Development - Spring 2018 Schedule

Semester 

Time Offered

Course Offered

First Eight Weeks (8W1): January 16-March 9

Spring 2018

 

In-Person #1: Sat 2/17 to Sun 2/18

Online Sessions (Wednesday 7-9pm): 1/17, 1/24, 1/31, 2/7, 2/14, 2/21, 2/28, 3/5

ED 725 Entrepreneurship and Technology-Based Economic Development (3 semester hrs)

Dr. Sumesh Arora

 

The student will possess an understanding of the entrepreneurship and technological innovation concepts and strategies used in economic development. The student will learn to apply these concepts to real and hypothetical situations and assess their usefulness in guiding decisions and action.

Spring 2018

 Asynchronous

 

BA 670 – Finance Foundations

Dr. Steven Stelk

 

Second Eight Week (8W2): Monday, March 19 to May 11

Spring 2018

 

In-Person #3: Thur 4/19 to Fri 4/20

 

Online Sessions (Tuesdays 7-9pm): 3/20, 3/27, 4/3, 4/10, 4/17, 4/25, 5/1

ED 721 Management and Ethics for Economic Development (3 semester hrs)

Dr. Chad Miller

Reflective Practitioner: David Parker

The student will possess an understanding of the major management, leadership, and ethical concepts and issues encountered in economic development and how these issues are addressed by economic developers.

Spring 2018 

In-Person #1: Sat 4/21 to Sun 4/22 

Online Sessions (Wednesday 7-9pm):  3/21,3/28, 4/4, 4/11, 4/18, 4/25, 5/2

ED 736 Real Estate and Land Use Planning for Economic Development (3 semester hrs)

Dr. Chad Miller

Reflective Practitioner: Dr. John Hubbard

The course provides the student with instruction in concepts and practices associated with real estate, planning, and law in economic development.

Friday, May 4:  Last day of full term and second half-semester (8W2) classes