BUSECN 1010 - MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
Minimum Credits: 3
Maximum Credits: 3
Primarily an applied microeconomics analysis although some applied macroeconomic analysis of relevance to the business firm may also be treated. Emphasizes the development of economic tools and concepts which can be used in the firm’s management decision-making process. Builds upon the standard economic analysis of the firm which integrates a company’s revenue, cost, output and pricing decisions. Marginal and incremental reasoning is stressed as an important decision making principle.
Academic Career: Undergraduate
Course Component: Lecture
Grade Component: Letter Grade
Course Requirements: PREQ: (MATH 0120 or 0126 or 0136 or 0140 or 0220 or 0235) and (ECON 0100 or 0102 or 0105 or 0120) and (ECON 0103 or 0110 or 0115 or 0120); PROG: College of Business Administration
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