ECO 501 - Economics for Decision Makers
Economics for Decision Makers. Three semester hours. An introduction to the primary concepts and methods of micro and macroeconomics as they apply to decision makers within the business unit- all within the context of expanding global markets. This course satisfies the economics background requirement for MBA candidates.
ECO 502 - Quantitative Analysis for Managers
This course satisfies the MBA background requirements for quantitative analysis and production management techniques. The course will cover descriptive statistics, inferential statistics and math models with business applications to analyze management and organizational problems. Specific topics include: measures of central tendency and variation, probability distributions, estimation, hypothesis testing, regression and correlation, decision theory, linear programming, transportation and assignment models, and inventory management and queuing theory models. Prerequisites: Math 175 or 141.
ECO 518 - Thesis
Thesis. Six semester hours. Graded on a (S) satisfactory or (U) unsatisfactory basis.
ECO 528 - International Economic Problems
International Economic Problems. Three semester hours. An analysis of current global issues and their impacts on the United States. Emphasis is on gains from trade, balance of payments and adjustment to national international equilibria, determination of exchange rates under various monetary standards, international capital flows, and trade policy considerations in a changing world economy.
ECO 533 - Applied Eco & Financial Foreca
Applied Economic and Financial Forecasting. Three semester hours. Introduces students to the tools, techniques and computer software used to create a structural process by which future economic, finance, and business variables are forecasted. Prerequisites: Eco 231 and 232, or ECO 501. Cross-listed with FIN 533.
ECO 552 - Economics for Public Policy
Economics for Public Policy. Three semester hours. Business, government, and culture provide the three interacting subsystems of society within which markets must operate. This course analyzes each side of that relationship, covering the different ways that public policy affects the activities of the modern global corporation and the key responses on the part of market participants. Prerequisites: ECO 2301, 2302, or ECO 501.
ECO 561 - SM:EMP Manpower
ECO 562 - Managerial Economics
Managerial Economics. Three semester hours. The study and application of concepts and models, primarily microeconomic, to various types of management problems. While analysis is primarily in terms of cost, demand, revenues, and market structure, the process combines ideas and methods from other functional fields of business administration. The case method is used to provide illustration and application of concepts. Prerequisites: ECO 2301, 2302, or ECO 501.
ECO 572 - Monetary Theory
Monetary Theory. Three semester hours. A study of contemporary monetary theory and the role of the banking system in the economy. Special emphasis is given to the development of central banking and the international aspects of monetary policy. Prerequisites: ECO 2301, 2302 or equivalent, or ECO 501.
ECO 576 - Macro Theory & Policy
Macroeconomic Theory and Policy. Three semester hours. Analyzes the use of various instruments of monetary and fiscal policy and their effects on output, employment, prices, and international economic variables. Data sources and indicators of aggregate economic activity are emphasized. Prerequisites: Eco 231, 232, or ECO 501.
ECO 578 - Statistical Methods
A course dealing with the study and applications of sampling, estimation, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, correlation, regression analysis, time series decision theory and nonparametric statistical methods.
ECO 589 - Independent Study
Independent Study. One to four semester hours. Individualized instruction/research at an advanced level in a specialized content area under the direction of a faculty member. May be repeated when the topic varies. Prerequisite: Consent of department head.
ECO 595 - Applied Business Research
A course to investigate the techniques of the research process as applied to business and economics. Experience is gained in defining research problems and in collecting, analyzing, recording and interpreting data. Also, an analysis of pertinent research literature in business and economics. Required of all graduate majors in business administration under Option II.
ECO 597 - Special Topics
Special Topics. One to four semester hours. Organized class. May be repeated when topics vary.