Or why exactly is your favorite coffee shop charging $1 more for a cup of joe than it did yesterday? Answering these types of questions — and then applying them to everyday business operations — is the job of managerial economics professionals.
Our Managerial Economics Program
Through our Managerial Economics degree, you’ll learn about the environment in which all businesses operate. We start by giving you a rock-solid understanding of economics theory and practice, so you’ll be prepared to make sound business decision such as determining prices for products and services, forecasting sales figures, and planning for the future. You’ll then pair your theoretical knowledge with study of a non-finance discipline by choosing one of 11 concentrations. This combined approach provides you with expertise in two distinct business functions, but within a single major.
Managerial Economics Concentrations
We’ll help you customize your studies through one of the following concentrations:
- Economic analysis
- Human resources
- Information design and corporate communication
- Information technology
- International business
- Quantitative analysis