Fall 2019 Related Courses

Architecture

ARCH 219 Special Topics in the Social and Cultural Basis of Design

Peace by Design: A cross-disciplinary approach to exploring the use of design in peacebuilding

Class #: 33117

Unit(s): 3

Terms offered: Fall 2019

Course Description: Topics include the sociology of taste, personal and societal values in design, participatory design, semantic ethnography, environments for special populations such as the elderly, and building types such as housing, hospitals, schools, offices, and urban parks. For current offerings, see departmental website.

ARCH 144 Introduction to Acoustics

Introduction to Acoustics

Class #: 20568

Unit(s): 1 

Terms offered: Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017, Fall 2016

ARCH 142 Sustainability Colloquium

Sustainability Colloquium

Course #: 20684

Units: 1 or 2 Units

Terms offered: Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017, Fall 2016

ARCH 110AC The Social and Cultural Processes in Architecture & Urban Design

The Social and Cultural Processes in Architecture & Urban Design

Class #: 20569

Units: 3

Terms offered: Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017, Fall 2016

Course description: Architecture 110AC focuses on the significance of the physical environment in human life as citizens and as future design professionals. This course is an introduction to the field of human-environment studies. Its objectives include:

1. Working knowledge of the concepts in person-environment relations,

Business Administration - Undergraduate

UGBA 190D Special Topics in Innovation and Design

Special Topics in Innovation and Design

Innovation and Design Thinking in Business

Class #: 33440

Units: 2

Terms offered: Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Summer 2018 First 6 Week Session, Spring 2018

UGBA 157 Special Topics in the Management of Organizations

Special Topics in the Management of Organizations

The Pursuit of Meaningful Work

Class #: 20163

Units: 2  

Offered through: Business Administration

Terms offered: Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018, Spring 2017

Course description: A variety of topics in organizational behavior and industrial relations with emphasis on current problems and research.

Business Administration - Graduate

EWMBA 257.1 The Pursuit of Meaningful Work

This course is dual listed with Full-time MBA Program

The Pursuit of Meaningful Work

Units: 2

Instructor: Michael G. Katz

MBA 257.1

The Pursuit of Meaningful Work

Units: 2

Instructor: Michael G. Katz

City & Regional Planning

CY PLAN C256 Healthy Cities

Healthy Cities

Class #: 20583

Units: 3

Terms offered: Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017, Fall 2016

CY PLAN C217 Transportation Policy and Planning

Transportation Policy and Planning

Units: 3

Terms offered: Fall 2018, Spring 2018, Spring 2017

Coure Description: Policy issues in urban transportation planning; measuring the performance of transportation systems; the transportation policy formulation process; transportation finance, pricing, and subsidy issues; energy and air quality in transportation; specialized transportation for elderly and disabled people; innovations in transportation policy.

Economics

ECON 250A Labor Economics

Labor Economics

Class #: 25979

Units: 3

Terms offered: Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018, Fall 2016

Course Description: Analysis of labor market behavior.

Rules & Requirements:

   - Prerequisites: 250A is prerequisite to 250B. Consent of instructor

Hours & Workload:

ECON 121 Industrial Organization and Public Policy

Industrial Organization and Public Policy

Class #: 24226

Units: 4

Terms offered: Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Summer 2018 8 Week Session, Spring 2018

Course Description: The organization and structure of production in the U.S. economy. Determinants of market structure, business behavior, and economic performance. Implications for antitrust policy.

Information

INFO 188 Behind the Data: Humans and Values

Behind the Data: Humans and Values

Class #: 29335

Units: 3

Terms offered: Fall 2019

INFO 232 Applied Behavioral Economics for Information Systems

Applied Behavioral Economics for Information Systems

Class #: 29240

Units: 3

Terms offered: Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017, Fall 2016

Integrative Biology

INTEGBI 139 The Neurobiology of Stress

The Neurobiology of Stress

Class #: 22089

Units: 4

Terms offered: Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017, Fall 2016

Public Health

PB HLTH 150D Introduction to Health Policy and Management

Introduction to Health Policy and Management

Class #: 29526

Units: 3   

Terms offered: Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Summer 2018 First 6 Week Session, Fall 2017

PB HLTH 150B Introduction to Environmental Health Sciences

Introduction to Environmental Health Sciences

Class #: 29507

Units: 3

Terms offered: Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Summer 2018 First 6 Week Session, Fall 2017

Psychology

PSYCH 134 Health Psychology

Health Psychology

Class #: 23535

Units: 3

Terms offered: Fall 2019

Sociology

SOCIOL 119S Organizational Strategy and Design: A Sociological Perspective

Organizational Strategy and Design: A Sociological Perspective

Class #: 24397

Units: 4  

Terms offered: Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017, Fall 2016

SOCIOL 110 Organizations and Social Institutions

Organizations and Social Institutions

Class #: 23745

Units: 4  

Terms offered: Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018, Fall 2017

Course description: This survey course studies administrative organizations and voluntary associations; major social institutions in industry, government, religion, and education.

Rules & Requirements:

UC Extension - Business Administration

BUS ADM X498.4 Effective Leadership and Management: Understanding and Influencing the Dynamics of Organizations

Effective Leadership and Management: Understanding and Influencing the Dynamics of Organizations

BUS ADM X493.8 Total Rewards

Total Rewards

Course description: Compensation, as well as benefits programs, need to reflect the changing business landscape and organizational challenges. Learn about a range of compensation and rewards programs that address monetary and non-monetary options for employees beyond salary compensation and benefits offerings. Understand and achieve ways to integrate total compensation packages with other basic HR functions that support the employee lifecycle, including recruitment, performance contributions, development and retention.

BUS ADM X450.1 Essentials of Human Resources

Essentials of Human Resources

Course description: Explore the six core areas of human resources: management practices; selection and placement; training and development; compensation and benefits; employee and labor relations; and health, safety and security. Learn how these areas function within an organization, as well as how they relate to each other. You also investigate the growing multitude of laws, rules and regulations that affect the California employer, and the role of the human resources professional in an organizational setting.

BUS ADM X455.2 Employment Law

BUS ADM X454.4 Employee Relations

BUS ADM X493.8 Total Rewards

Total Rewards

Course description: Compensation, as well as benefits programs, need to reflect the changing business landscape and organizational challenges. Learn about a range of compensation and rewards programs that address monetary and non-monetary options for employees beyond salary compensation and benefits offerings. Understand and achieve ways to integrate total compensation packages with other basic HR functions that support the employee lifecycle, including recruitment, performance contributions, development and retention.

BUS ADM X490.1 Organization and Management

Organization and Management

Course description: Get an introduction to current management concepts and practice. Using conceptual and interactive approaches, you explore the four different areas that explain "American Management" style and the new organizational structure: the individual; the small group; organizational structure; and the interaction between management, organization and technology.

BUS ADM X486.1 Agile Principles and Practices

Agile Principles and Practices

Course description: An Agile management framework of values, principles and practices allows managers at all levels to more effectively respond to change, work collaboratively with customers and increase productivity. Learn the core principles of Agile management and how to apply them in an organization. Through highly interactive exercises, discover how to use the Agile framework to successfully leverage change, improve team interaction and satisfy customers.

BUS ADM X493.9 Talent Management and Workforce Development

Talent Management and Workforce Development

Course description: Talent management has evolved beyond the hiring and firing of employees, and now covers all elements of human capital strategy, from employee selection, retention, performance management and compensation to succession planning, diversity and more. In this course, intended for professionals who manage talent across a broad spectrum of organizations, you survey the core elements of talent management and learn how to develop and implement effective talent management systems within your organization.

BUS ADM X411.9 Managing Change and Ambiguity in the Workplace

Managing Change and Ambiguity in the Workplace

Course description: 

Creating and maintaining a high-performance organization requires building individual and organizational change capability to create a culture of learning and continuous improvement. As organizations experience the acceleration of change, it becomes even more critical that managers comprehend the process more fully. A lack of appreciation and understanding of change can have a substantial negative impact on employee morale, commitment to the organization and business efficiency and effectiveness.

UC Extension - Psychology

PSYCH 1114 Integrating Mindfulness Into Your Professional Practice

Integrating Mindfulness Into Your Professional Practice

PSYCH X405 Psychology of Communication

PSYCH X402 Positive Psychology

Note:

  • Directed individual or group study can be suggested with any department or school to fulfill the individual interests of students.  In particular, if a student is interested in a research topic and wants to pursue it under ICHW guidance, we can issue a SPH independent study.

  • Any courses (besides courses offered by Haas) can be audited by anyone.