Hi – This website is designed to provide information about my different MIT courses. It is a supplement to my official MIT Sloan faculty site.
My courses at MIT include the following:
THE MBA COURSES:
I teach four courses which are listed in the general MIT Catalogue under Course 15. I call these “MBA courses” because many MBA students take them, but students from any department at MIT are welcome in any of the four.
The courses are:
Law and Cutting Edge Technologies (15.618) is a new course, offered for the first time in the spring of 2012. This course is designed to be of interest to students anywhere at MIT who are working with cutting-edge technologies.
Basic Business Law Tilted Towards Finance (15.617) may be of special interest to students in the Master of Finance program.
Undergraduates are welcome 15.615, 15.616, and 15.617 (only graduate students may enroll in 15.649).
There are no prerequisites for any of these courses.
For more information, follow the link to the left to MBA COURSES.
“ESSENTIAL LAW FOR EXECUTIVES: THE MIT ADVANTAGE” — AN OPEN ENROLLMENT EXECUTIVE EDUCATION COURSE
This 2-day intensive course is offered several times a year through the MIT Sloan Executive Education division. It is open to managers from anywhere in the world. It is not a part of a degree program, but can be counted towards an MIT Sloan Executive Certificate. For more information, follow the link to the left to EXEC ED LAW COURSE.
“LAW AND STRATEGY FOR THE SENIOR EXECUTIVE” — A LAW ELECTIVE IN THE MIT SLOAN EXECUTIVE MBA PROGRAM
This course (15s.02_law_e) is open only to degree candidates in the MIT Sloan EMBA program. For more information, follow the link to the left to EMBA LAW COURSE.
"SOCIAL MEDIA @ WORK: MANAGING RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES: (Webinar on 11/1/12). For additional resources related to this Webinar, follow the link to the left to Social Media at Work