The Carey Business School uses syllabus templates to ensure that school policies, course information, and accreditation processes are clearly and consistently communicated. There is an institution-wide template as well as course-specific templates, both of which are updated on a regular basis with support from Teaching & Learning@Carey.
Faculty can use this page to download syllabi and to review instructions for preparing their syllabus. Questions? Contact email@example.com.
Carey Syllabus Template
This template establishes the boilerplate content and structure for all syllabi at Carey.
Carey also has course-specific templates, known as Standard Syllabi. These syllabi establish course-specific information such as textbooks, learning objectives, and assignments.
If a course has a Standard Syllabus, all faculty (full-time and part-time) who teach that course must use it. In general, instructors may add to, but not delete existing syllabus content. Note that some courses have two templates because they are offered onsite and online. The syllabi for online courses differ from syllabi for onsite courses.
Standard Syllabi are available for download on this page. Questions about a specific syllabus? Contact the Course Lead.
Preparing YOUR SECTION-SPECIFIC SYLLABUS
Follow these steps before sharing your syllabus with students.
- Download the Standard Syllabus by clicking on the course number below. Select the correct format (online or on-site).
- Enter your section-specific information into the syllabus.
- Submit your syllabus as a Word document to firstname.lastname@example.org (CC: email@example.com). You will receive an email when the syllabus is approved.
- Post the approved syllabus and activate your Blackboard site.
- Teaching onsite? Activate the Blackboard course site at least 2 weeks before class.
- Teaching online? Activate the Blackboard course site at least 1 week before class.
NOTE: This page is intended as a resource for faculty. Students should refer to the Blackboard course site for their syllabus and textbook information.
|Face-to-Face||Online||Course Title||Additional Instructor Resources Available|
|001.611||Business English for Graduates I|
|001.612||Business English for Graduates II|
|003.892||Leadership Development Expedition I: Pre-trek Seminar|
|003.893||Leadership Development Expedition II: Belize Trek|
|120.601||120.601 online||Business Communication|
|131.601||131.601 online||Business Leadership and Human Values||An instructor resource site is available for this course in Blackboard. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|132.615||Real Estate Legal Environment|
|142.620||Leadership in Organizations||Grading rubrics are available. Email email@example.com.|
|142.720||Managing in a Diverse & Global World|
|142.730||Strategic Human Capital|
|150.710||Discovery to Market I|
|150.715||Discovery to Market II|
|151.720||151.720 online||Corporate Strategy|
|151.770||Power and Politics|
|152.725||Real Estate Entrepreneurship|
|152.735||Strategy Consulting Practicum|
|152.740||CityLab Toolkit: Business for Urban Social Innovation and Impact|
|210.620||210.620 online||Accounting and Financial Reporting|
|210.650||Advanced Financial Accounting|
|220.610||The Firm and the Macroeconomy|
|220.620||Economics for Decision Making|
|230.620||Financial Modeling and Valuation|
|230.640||Development Modeling and Risk Analysis|
|230.710||Quantitative Financial Analysis|
|230.730||Managing Financial Risk|
|230.750||Financial Crises and Contagion|
|231.740||Mergers and Acquisitions|
|231.790||Advanced Corporate Finance|
|232.650||Continuous Time Finance|
|232.750||Advanced Portfolio Management|
|232.790||Advanced Hedge Fund Strategies|
|234.610||Real Estate and Infrastructure Finance|
|241.610||Real Estate Investment and Development|
|241.620||Design and Construction Feasibility|
|241.725||Global Perspectives in Real Estate|
|241.735||Infrastructure Development for Sustainable Cities|
|241.740||Project Finance and Public-Private Infrastructure Delivery|
|241.750||Advanced Valuation and Investment Analysis|
|242.601||Real Estate Market Feasibility Study|
|242.701||Real Estate Investment Trusts: Analysis and Structuring|
|242.710||Real Estate Funds and Portfolio Management|
|242.715||Real Estate and Infrastructure Valuation|
|242.720||Real Estate Capital Market Analysis|
|245.790||Real Estate and Infrastructure Capstone|
|300.620||Managing Complex Projects|
|300.700||Developing Internet Systems and Services|
|330.705||Telecom Clouds and Mobile Applications|
|330.790||Applied IS Architecture|
|350.620||350.620 online||Information Systems|
|350.710||IT and Global Sourcing Strategy|
|410.601||Marketing Research||Instructor notes and an SPSS exercise are available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|410.620||410.620 online||Marketing Management||Instructor notes are available. Email email@example.com.|
|420.710||Consumer Behavior||Instructor notes and grading rubrics are available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|420.720||Customer Relationship Management|
|420.730||Advanced Behavioral Marketing|
|430.710||Branding and Marketing Communications||Grading rubrics are available. Email email@example.com.|
|430.740||Sales Force and Channels of Distribution||Grading rubrics are available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|450.710||Marketing Strategy||Instructor notes are available. Email email@example.com.|
|450.750||Strategic Market Intelligence|
|460.700||Digital Marketing & Social Media|
|460.710||Business-to-Business Marketing||Grading rubrics are available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|460.730||New Product Development|
|520.620||Advanced Business Analytics|
|520.710||Big Data Machine Learning|
|550.610||550.610 online||Health Care Financing|
|550.620||The U.S. Health Care System: Past, Present, and Future|
|555.710||Applied and Behavioral Economics in Health Care|
|610.625||Simulation and Strategic Options|
|610.730||Supply and Service Contracting|
|610.750||Global Supply Chain Management|
|680.620||680.620 online||Operations Management|
|881.702||Frameworks for Analyzing Health Care Markets|
|881.704||Providers and Payers|
|881.706||Health Innovation and Evaluation|
|883.708||Negotiation in Health Care Settings|
|913.611||Judgment and Decision Making|
|920.610||Management of Technology|
|930.630||Solving Organizational Problems|
|933.610||Thought and Discourse Seminar: Governance and Accountability|
Last Updated: 3/18/19