Business | BUS G 304 Managerial Economics
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BUS G 304 Managerial Economics (3 cr.) P: ECON-E 201 or ECON-S 201 with a grade
of C or better. 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 the potentially disastrous
ramifications for a firm which does not take economic principles into account. 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 their daily life.