ADMN 405: Virtual cooperative learning starts January 2022
A traditional style co-op learning experience but all online and powered by AI. Sound like the future? It is, and the Faculty of Business is offering it to senior-level undergraduate learners.
ADMN 405 is artificial intelligence (AI) powered and will have you working with a small cohort of your fellow learners to apply your business knowledge and skills. It is AU’s answer to the traditional cooperative program and instead of running for coffee, you’ll be making big business decisions.
Next intake is Jan. 2022
The next intake of ADMN 405 is starting in January 2022. Register for this course through your myAU account before December 10, 2021 or register through your financial aid advisor if you are a funded student.
Two simulations to choose from!
You will get to choose from two different simulations for the January 2022 intake! One is a financial simulation and the other is a new digital business transformation focus. You will get to pick after the first week of the course. More information can be found on the ADMN 405 syllabus page.
Regardless of the simulation you pick, you will be in a supportive and engaging environment with a small group of peer learners and an invested, connected professor. On successful completion of the course, students will be eligible for reference letters from the professor teaching the course.
ADMN 405 is also a requirement if you are a student that has applied since January 2019 in our Bachelor of Management four-year program or Bachelor of Commerce four-year program. If you applied before January 2019, you should still consider taking this course.
Connect with one of AU-FB’s student advisors if you have any questions about how this course fits within your program’s requirements.
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