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GSBGID 307: Lytics Seminar

In the course student will learn to design technology mediated learning environments and conduct research in those environments with a focus on equity and justice. Grounded in various theoretical frameworks that inform the design of learning environments, the course explores how people learn and the evidence of learning that can be collected and modeled in online environments in real world contexts. The course will explore assessment and learning analytics and how they can be used to support adult learning, including topics such as data collection, analysis, visualization, performance tracking, designing effective assessments, adaptive learning, and using data to improve learning outcomes. Throughout the course we will consider ethical issues related to design and research in human learning, Overall, this course will provide students with a strong foundation in the theory and practice of adult learning in online environments, as well as the skills and knowledge needed to design, implement, and evaluate effective technology mediated learning environments.
Terms: Spr | Units: 3
Instructors: Thille, C. (PI)

GSBGID 330: Leading Environmental Sustainability by Design

This course is intended for Master's level students. It surveys our planet's greatest sustainability challenges, and some of the possible ways that humankind might overcome each through proactive leadership. The course material includes readings from multiple disciplines: from the natural sciences, the social sciences, and from business and policy studies. By the end of the course, you should have a basic understanding of the global biological, cultural, social, and economic processes involved in environmental sustainability. Our objective is for you to carry forward this understanding into your career, to enable you to make a difference for the future of our world.
Terms: Spr | Units: 3
Instructors: Barnett, W. (PI)

GSBGID 333: Taxes and Business Strategy

Taxes affect a wide variety of business decisions, including the efficient formation of businesses, the creation of cash and equity compensation plans, operational planning across jurisdictions with competing tax regimes, M&A tax structure, and retirement planning (to name a few). This course first provides a conceptual framework for incorporating taxation into business decisions, linking concepts from accounting, corporate finance, business law, and economics. The course then provides real-world examples to illustrate both the business impact and the societal impact of specific tax policies, including the effects on business investment, job creation, and cross-border tax competition. The course provides a holistic view of how the business of taxes impacts companies, tax advisors, citizens, and the government.
Terms: Spr | Units: 3
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