BUS 601 - Economic Analysis for Business

Corequisite, BUS 600, or graduate accounting major. This course examines the application of economic analysis to business decision-making. The course integrates the elements of macroeconomics and economic policies, applied microeconomics and international economics. Particular emphasis is placed on the role and importance of business conditions in business decisions, the theory of demand, the determination of price through the interaction of supply and demand, market structure and price determination, analysis of costs and supply, and pricing in factors in production. Some sections of this course will be restricted to students admitted to specific degree programs. (Offered every semester.) 3 credits. Enrollment Requirements: SEC-MBAFT only.
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