BUS-G300 Introduction to Managerial Economics and Strategy
- 16 weeks
- 3 credits
- Prerequisite(s): ECON-E201; only open to non-business majors
Managerial Economics is a course which illustrates how economic principles can be applied to making effective and profitable management decisions for a company. Within the course, students also learn how to think strategically and apply the fundamentals of game theory when they are making business decisions. The goal, then, of this course is to expose the student to effective managerial decision-making. For a student interested in any management type position, this course will provide a fundamental basis for further study. Managerial economics is also a course that will serve the student throughout daily life. Not open to business majors. No credit toward a degree in business. Students may not receive credit for both G300 and G304.