Courses that I took during my MBA at Santa Clara University

A lot of people have always asked me about courses that I took during my MBA at Santa Clara University. I have also added the name and profile of the Professor who taught the courses along with the Year and Quarter when I took them.

Course Description Professor Year QTR
ACTG 301 Financial Accounting Ursula Kashmitter 2004 FALL
MGMT 501 Managerial Competencies and Team Effectiveness Holly Schroth 2004 FALL
MKTG 551 Marketing Analysis and Decisions Stephen Corio 2005 WINTER
OMIS 353 Statistical Methods Steven Nahmias 2005 WINTER
ECON 401 Economics for Business Decisions John Heineke 2005 SPRING
OMIS 355 Computer-Based Decision Models Andy A. Tsay 2005 SPRING
MGMT 505 Social, Political, and Legal Environment of Business James Kelly 2005 SUMMER
ECON 405 Macroeconomic Theory and Policy Hugh McAllister 2005 SUMMER
FNCE 451 Financial Management Robert A. Collins 2005 FALL
MKTG 553 Competitive Marketing Strategy Fabio Caldieraro 2005 FALL
FNCE 455 Investments John Fay 2006 WINTER
MKTG 590 Channel Marketing Dale Achabal 2006 WINTER
IDIS 705 Leadership for Justice and Prosperity James L. Koch 2006 WINTER
MGMT 503 Organizational Analysis and Management Terri Griffith 2006 SPRING
FNCE 480 Emerging Company Finance Robert Hendershott 2006 SPRING
MKTG 592 Internet Marketing and eCommerce Kirthi Kalyanam 2006 SPRING
MKTG 574 Sales Management Stephen Corio 2006 SUMMER
FNCE 714 PRIVATE EQUITY Robert Hendershott 2006 SUMMER
FNCE 715 VENTURE CAPITAL Robert Hendershott 2006 SUMMER
FNCE 716 GROWTH CAPITAL Robert Hendershott 2006 SUMMER
ACTG 313 Management Accounting: Strategic Cost Management Rick Steingart 2006 SUMMER
OMIS 357 Operations Management Andy A. Tsay 2006 FALL
MKTG 572 Product Market Planning and Strategy Carl Steffen 2006 FALL
MKTG 566 Small Business Entrepreneurship Albert V. Bruno 2006 FALL
FNCE 460 Mergers, Acquisitions, and Corporate Restructuring Atulya Sarin 2007 WINTER
IDIS 619 Capstone Tammy Madsen 2007 WINTER

Hope this helps you all for whatever it is worth.