Phase III: Electives

Graduate courses are offered every semester in the areas of MGMT and ECON. In addition to the elective courses listed in this section, other MGMT or ECON courses in the 50000 – 60000 level may be taken - with the advisors consent – at any time such courses are offered.

 

MGMT 59000 | MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
Analysis of the market economy with an emphasis on decision making processes for managers. Both microeconomic aspects of price determination, resource utilization and market organization, and aggregative concepts of national income and employment are covered. This is a first course for graduate students.

MGMT 60100 | MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
An examination of the firm’s internal data needs for costing products or services. Applications to budgeting, pricing, performance evaluation and incentives are included in this case methods course. Prerequisite is MGMT 60000.

MGMT 67100 | QUANTITATIVE METHODS II
A continuation of MGMT 67000 including analysis of variance, multiple regression, and applications to management problems. Prerequisite is MGMT 6700.

MGMT 59000 | ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT

MGMT 59000 | DECISION ANALYTICS

MGMT 59000 | INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

MGMT 59000 | SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

 

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