Find classes to meet your general education requirements. Using the “Attribute Search” will help you find classes available for a particular semester.
Advanced functions are available to search for classes on this site here
After you select the term (Spring 2017, Summer 2017) you will go to the search functions (see picture below)
- SUBJECT: Select multiple subjects by using the “Ctrl” + right click function or you can select all subjects with a left mouse click and highlight all subjects by dragging down.
- CAMPUS: If wanting online courses select “MTU Online” in “Campus” search. NOTE most online options are available in Summer terms.
- PART OF TERM: AKA Track A (1st Half of Term) or Track B (2nd Half of Term) is helpful especially in Summer to select the track you would wish to take a class.
- ATTRIBUTE TYPE: Finally…need a course to fulfill a particular General Education requirement (attribute) such as a HUFA (Humanities and Fine Arts) course? This can provide a list of courses available to fulfill a requirement for a particular semester. TIP: Select multiple subjects or subjects you are interested in
On October 13 and 14, Kappa Sigma Iota (KSI accounting club) visited Milwaukee to experience some business in action. The students were hosted by Becker Professional Education. Their first stop was Schenck CPA firm, then they visited with PwC Advisory (the second largest CPA firm in the world) with a final stop at Bemis Manufacturing. Students on this trip were able to meet with everyone from managing partners to newly hired accountants. Some student comments on their experience:
“Accountants sure do love their jobs!”
“Excel is the tool of business, and I need to learn to use it better.’
“I got a better understanding of what they are looking for when they ask situational questions during an interview.”
KSI is already beginning to prepare for their Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA) which will take place in February. Through this initiative students in the accounting club assist community members and area students with completing tax returns.
The School of Business and Economics will host its second brown bag lunch research seminar of the semester on Friday, October 14 at 12:00pm in Academic Office Building 101. Dr. Emanuel Oliveira will present his recent study.
Title: Union density and entrepreneurship: A motivational approach
Abstract: Prior economics literature has examined the role of union density on rates of
entrepreneurial entry and found a negative relationship. Reasoning that strong unions increase
costs and risks for entrepreneurs, researchers found that raw counts of new entries declined with
increasing union density. By differentiating between necessity and opportunity entrepreneurship,
and looking to motivation theories, our study challenges at least part of these earlier findings.
The results of our multilevel modeling analyses deployed on a large cross-country sample of
entrepreneurs suggest that: (1) union density is positively associated with opportunity-based
entrepreneurship; and (2) union density is negatively associated with necessity-based
entrepreneurship. The entrepreneurship literature suggests that only opportunity entrepreneurship
is positively associated with economic development. Thus, our findings may transform the
understanding of the role of union density and lead to alternative policy recommendations.
The School of Business and Economics hosted a panel discussion on Thursday, September 22, 2016 in the Memorial Union Building Alumni Lounge. Students, faculty, staff and community members learned about the panelists’ career choices and professional experiences. This event was associated with the 20-year anniversary of the Presidential Council of Alumnae.
In the picture, Dana Johnson, Professor of Supply Chain and Engineering Management, Michigan Tech (standing) was one of the two moderators for the panel. The other moderator was Suzanne Sanregret, Athletic Director, Michigan Tech (not pictured).
From left to right (seated) are: Marie Cleveland, Worldwide Account Manager, FedEx Services, Denise Blankinship, Vice President, Strategic Projects, The Church Pension Group, Joyce Ten Haken, Managing Partner/CPA, Ten Haken, Hinz & Company, and Carrie Schaller, Business Process Director – Manufacturing Operations, Dow Chemical.
All moderators and panelists have been inducted as members in the PCA. After the panel discussion, students briefly spoke with the panelist and asked additional questions.
If you have any questions, please contact Dana Johnson firstname.lastname@example.org
Consider attending the information session on the Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Management. This is one of the Crazy, hot majors at Michigan Tech!
- Great degree for those who have an interest in both the technical and business sides of a company
- Option for primary or dual degree (MEEM, MET, Civil Eng, Materials Eng, and others with approximately 33-42 credits more)
- Fastest growing major in the School of Business and Economics
- Increased interest by employers coming to the Career Fair
- Participate to learn more about the BSEM even if you have declared it as a major
Wednesday, October 5 at 4:00pm in Academic Office Building 101
Dana Johnson, PhD email@example.com
Jodie Filpus-Paakola firstname.lastname@example.org