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Economics for Managers
Students examine key economic concepts critical to managerial decision-making within today’s business environment, including microeconomic and macroeconomic principles. Microeconomic topics addressed include supply and demand, consumer and competitor behaviors, cost analysis, and pricing and output decisions within various market structures. Students explore issues related to public policy and regulation as they apply to market dynamics and business decision making. Students consider macroeconomic concepts in the national and worldwide economic environment within which businesses operate, with an emphasis on real-world applications. Students gain an understanding of gross domestic product, unemployment, investment, interest rates, the money supply, inflation, exchange rates, international trade, business cycles, and fiscal and monetary policy.
About This Course
Economics is a core MBA course for all of our MBA specializations. Business leaders looking to gain a solid understanding of how to apply microeconomic and macroeconomic principles to today’s business environment can enroll as a non-degree seeking student and later apply this graduate credit towards any of our MBA specializations. If you are interested in enrolling in this course, you are encouraged to register and we will follow up to confirm your registration. Tuition per course is $3510 and will be invoiced the first week of class. You will earn three graduate credit hours upon successful completion of this course.
We prefer to offer a face-to face attendance option for our courses; however, we are committed to following CDC and governmental guidelines during the COVID19 crisis. We will return to offering the face-to-face delivery when it is allowed. In the meantime, all of our courses are offered via live video conference or online.