Graduate Catalog 2019-2021

ECON - Economics

ECON 6176 Managerial Economics

Prerequisites: MGMT 6101 and 3 hrs college-level economics. The development of skill in the systematic analysis of the economic aspects of business decisions and in the development, understanding, and use of quantitative data bearing on the performance of the business firm as a whole and of individual units within the firm.


ECON 6505 Special Topics

This course meets special needs of students and/or the community. Approval of the graduate director is required prior to registration.


ECON 6805 Independent Study

*or approved undergraduate equivalent +students with an approved undergraduate equivalent should not enroll in this course


ECON 6980 Applied Economics for Managers

Prerequisites: College-level Statistics, college-level Economics, and MGMT 6910. The course is an introduction to analytic tools for demand management, cost minimization, and profit maximization. Topics of study develop strategic thinking for output and pricing decisions and decision-making in the presence of risk. Outcomes of the course include the ability to interpret international and macro data, understand its relevance for the firm and how to respond accordingly.