Winter Session classes are a great opportunity to accelerate your graduation, return to school, or explore a new area of interest. This intensive session between the Fall and Spring semesters offers online courses from SDSU’s degree programs. Enrollment to these online winter break classes is open to current SDSU students, students from other colleges and universities, high school graduates, and working professionals.
Take SDSU Academic Classes Over Winter Session 2021
Information here! Students are limited to 3 units during Winter Session. Courses are offered ONLINE.
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Winter Session courses are accelerated and rigorous in terms of format and timeline; please plan accordingly to dedicate sufficient time in your schedule.
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Selection and analysis of accounting information for internal use by managers. Using financial information for planning and control purposes.
Prerequisites: Minimum grade of C in Accountancy 201. Proof of completion of prerequisite required: Copy of transcript.
Prerequisite: Accountancy 431 or 626. Proof of completion of prerequisite required: Copy of transcript.
Skills and tools for auditors, consultants, tax professionals, managers. Techniques and technologies for fraud investigation and interviewing. Case analysis, research of public records, ethical decision making for accountants. Service learning project.
Theoretical concepts and dimensions of ethics in business decisions. Ethics of decision alternatives using different approaches and philosophies, with application of an integrative ethical decision model to cases from various business subdisciplines.
Prerequisites:Approved upper division business major or another major approved by the Fowler College of Business.
Proof of completion of prerequisite required: Copy of transcript
Format: OnlineIntroduction to the program of study leading to the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Integration of various business disciplines to accomplish strategic goals. Presentation of the concept of global awareness, one of the fundamental pillars of global competency necessary in today’s business world.
Objectives of financial management. Financing the business enterprise. Internal financial management. Introduction to the cost of capital, valuation, dividend policy, leverage, international finance, and the techniques of present value and its applications. Sources of capital. (Formerly numbered Finance 323.)
Prerequisites: Approved upper division business major, business minor, or another major approved by the Fowler College of Business.
Format: OnlinePrinciples of economic analysis, economic institutions, and issues of public policy. Emphasis on macroanalysis including national income analysis, money and banking, business cycles, and economic stabilization.
Prerequisites:: Satisfaction of the SDSU Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning Assessment requirement.
Format: OnlinePrinciples of economic analysis, economic institutions, and issues of public policy. Emphasis on direction of production, allocation of resources, and distribution of income, through the price system (microanalysis); and international economics.
Prerequisites: Satisfaction of the SDSU Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning Assessment requirement.
Format: Face to Face
Hands-on experience working with individuals with a variety of physical and neurological disabilities through prescribed fitness programming at San Diego State University. Maximum credit four units. Three hours of laboratory per unit.
Prerequisites: Senior standing and consent of instructor.
Format: OnlineBusiness legal environment system, sources of law, procedures and ethics associated with implementation of law. Law of torts and intellectual property; contracts and sales; agency and employment; negotiable instruments and banking; business organizations.
Format: OnlineElements of music as exemplified by works representing different areas, cultures, styles, and forms. See Class Schedule for specific content.