University of Central Florida

Honors Courses - Summer A 2016

Summer 2016 Interdisciplinary Seminars


All seminars are 3 credit hours. Please check this list and the Class Schedule frequently, as additions and corrections to meeting times/days may occur. To search for class times and class numbers for registration purposes, use MyUCF class schedule search.


Honors Film Adaptations: From Page to Screen (Session A)

FIL 4103H, Class Number: 50764

TR 12:00–3:50 PM, NSC 148

Exploration of the cultural, historical, and aesthetic context in which literary works and their film counterparts inform each other.


Honors Fundamentals of Business Analytics in Sport & Entertainment (Session A)

SPB 3930H, Class Number: 61118

TR 1:00–4:50 PM, BA2 221

Students in this course will learn about how organizations in the sport business industry utilize data and apply analytics to make more informed, strategic business decisions that create a sustainable competitive advantage. Course topics will be presented and analyzed via a series of current issue case studies and collaborative workshops facilitated by the instructor of this course along with sport business industry leaders. Students will also have an opportunity to work on a variety of practical application projects throughout the semester on topics such as dynamic and variable ticket pricing, corporate sponsorship valuation, customer relationship management, retention of season ticket holders and digital/social media analytics.