Departments & Programs
Liberal Arts and Management Program
- LAMP–L 216 Sophomore Seminar: Business and the Humanities (3 cr.) Open to sophomores in the Liberal Arts and Management Program only. A topical seminar that introduces students to fundamental issues in the relationship between business and society. Topics vary with the instructor and year and include advertising in American culture and big business in American society.
- LAMP–L 316 Junior Seminar: Analytical Problem Solving (3 cr.) CASE N&M Open to juniors in the Liberal Arts and Management Program only. A discussion course emphasizing the use of quantitative methods and analytical skills in exploring and solving business-related problems. Topics vary with the instructor and year and include mathematical modeling and operations research, organizational control, and corporate finance.
- LAMP–L 416 Senior Seminar: Liberal Arts and Management (3 cr.) Open to seniors in the Liberal Arts and Management Program only. A discussion course drawing together aspects of other LAMP courses to focus on specific problems of business management and corporate policy in light of both practical and ethical considerations. Topics vary with the instructor and year and include the nature of business leadership and the legal and ethical practices of corporations.
- LAMP–X 298 Career Development for Liberal Arts and Management Program Students (2 cr.) Open to sophomores in the Liberal Arts and Management Program only. Development of strategies and tools needed for Liberal Arts and Management Program students to identify and analyze their personal values, interests, and abilities. Exploration of vocational options and creation of a lifelong career development plan that accentuates the unique skills and assets of Liberal Arts and Management Program students.
- LAMP–X 398 Internship for LAMP (1–6 cr.) Open to juniors and seniors in the Liberal Arts and Management Program only, with advance approval from the director of LAMP. Provides an opportunity for students to receive credit for supervised, career-related, full-time work appropriate to LAMP. Students may earn a maximum of 3 credits for a single internship experience. Students cannot receive credit both from LAMP and from another department or program for the same internship experience. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours.
- BUS–X 333 Managing Business Functions (3 cr.) Open to juniors in the Liberal Arts and Management Program only. Offering a variety of real-world and simulated projects that wrestle with the complex opportunities and problems facing business managers in a variety of settings, this course emphasizes the development of strategic focus and decision-making skills under conditions of ambiguity, change, and uncertainty.