Entrepreneurial Economics

ECN6111 Entrepreneurial Economics

(MSEL Core Course)

This course applies economic theory to decisions faced by entrepreneurs such as pricing, investment, data usage, and ethics. A primary focus of this course will be on using data to improve strategic decision making. Students will be encouraged to think about the strategic implications of decisions and to use both theory and data to support, validate, and revise decisions as needed. Entrepreneurial leaders are challenged in the global marketplace to effectively communicate not only the results of analysis but the rationale for decisions. Through both individual and group work, students will conduct market analysis and present the results while also interacting with their peers to provide constructive practical critiques.

  • Program: Graduate
  • Division: Economics
  • Course Number: ECN6111
  • Number of Credits: 1.5