This course provides students with an understanding of the economic concepts necessary for sound business decision making. Concepts to be analyzed include consumer behavior, firm structure, market structure, factors of production, market efficiency, and market equilibrium. The interrelationships between these factors and their impact on the firm will be discussed.
This course provides students with a structured and analytically sound overview of how the U. S. economy functions. Measures of economic performance including productivity, price stability, economic growth, interest rates, government debt, and international trade deficits will be covered. The impact of international trade will also be discussed.
Prerequisite: BUSI 600
This course provides the application of statistical methods to the testing and estimation of economic relationships. Statistical methods applied will include basic data analysis, regression analysis, and forecasting. Students will gain experience using leading statistical analysis software.
Offered: Resident and Online
This course provides students with an understanding of economics from a global perspective. Concepts analyzed include the theory of international trade, trade policy, foreign exchange markets, and macro policies for open economics.