ECN7201 International Macroeconomics and Business Environment Analysis
(Formerly Managing at the Crossroads: Business, Government, and the International Economy)

2 CreditsManaging at the Crossroads: Business, Government, and the International Economy (Mac-BGIE) - This course focuses on domestic and international cause-and-effect relationships among credit markets, goods and services markets, and foreign exchange markets. This global framework is used to explain the effect that economic, social, and/or political shocks have on a nation's growth and prosperity.

  • Program: Graduate
  • Division: Economics
  • Course Number: ECN7201
  • Number of Credits: 2

ECN7200 Managerial Economics

2 CreditsManagerial Economics (MICRO) - This course provides a framework for systematic analysis of consumer and firm's choices in light of global market dynamics to create and capture value given the firm's and industry's market structure. This framework is used to explain firm adjustment to changes in market conditions, as well as to changes in government policies and laws. While the course focuses on understanding how the value of the firm can be increased, it also addresses broader questions of efficiency, equity and sustainability.

  • Program: Graduate
  • Division: Economics
  • Course Number: ECN7200
  • Number of Credits: 2

ECN6310 Modern Econometrics for Business

3 Credits

Using an experiential learning approach, this course equips you with a wide variety of modern tools in prescriptive analytics, from business experiments to regression discontinuity, to give you the power to evaluate business strategies and policies. The course also covers extensive anatomy of regressions, hypothesis testing, Monte-Carlo simulation, and time series analysis and forecasting with a hands-on approach using applications from the world of business.

Prerequisites: MBA students will be required to review approximately 6 hours of pre-work videos

  • Program: Graduate
  • Division: Economics
  • Level: MSBA Core (Grad)
  • Course Number: ECN6310
  • Number of Credits: 3