Graduate Course Descriptions
ECON 5311 (3-3-0) Managerial Economics
Managerial Economics, a survey course dealing with the practical applications of micro and macroeconomic theory, addresses the importance of understanding the framework of economics and how it can be used to develop an intelligent, ongoing interest in the problems encountered in the management of the private sector. Topics include demand and consumer behavior, empirical cost analysis, pricing practices, market structures and antitrust policy. Equivalent to ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics and ECON 2302 Principles of Microeconomics.
- Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer, Online.
- Prerequisite: None.
ECON 6303 (3-3-0) International Economics and the Legal Environment
Discussed in this course will be the current macro and micro theories required to understand the world economy. Special emphasis is placed on the economic, cultural, legal, and political factors which influence the welfare of nations and the strategies of international businesses. Students will also explore the rules of international law that regulate transactions between parties and nations.
- Offered: Fall, Spring, Online.
- Prerequisite: ECON 5311, MANA 51.522.