2016-2017 Academic Bulletin 
    
    May 30, 2024  
2016-2017 Academic Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Economics Major, Managerial Track


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A field has emerged at the intersection between traditional economics and business. It involves new understandings of how organizations succeed within their competitive environments and the roles managers play in fostering success. To recognize this area of specialization, the department offers a track in Managerial Economics within the major. This program is an especially appropriate preparation for a career in management or related fields (e.g., law, public policy, or entrepreneurship) or for graduate education in these areas. Through case studies, internships, and interactions with practicing managers, students learn how economic theory and quantitative methods can be used to solve managerial and business problems.

Requirements for the Managerial Track in Economics:


Two Intermediate Theory Courses:


Should be completed by the end of the junior year:

Two Courses in Economic Statistics:


Should be completed by the end of the junior year:

Three Courses in Managerial Economics:


One 200-level Elective


One Of:


Seminar:


ECON 570-580

Senior Project:


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