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Business Management Economics

This course develops and applies microeconomic theory to determine optimal business management strategies while considering scarce resources, risk, and competitive market structures. Students learn how to apply economic concepts in analyzing production, pricing, and risk in a firm. In addition, students learn and develop Excel spreadsheet skills as a quantitative tool applied to managerial economic problems such as sensitivity analysis, cost analysis, data analysis, and linear programming.

Course Number

ECON 285 C1

Instructor

Grube, Laura E.

Code(s)

Q

Credits

1.00

Course Format

hybrid

Course Format Description

Flipped and divided class (students will be placed in group 1 or 2 for purposes of in classroom meetings). Outside classroom assigned asynchronous recorded lectures, ppts, and other materials; In classroom small group activities and problem sets

Time Slot

Early Afternoon

Module

2

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