Essentials of Economic and Statistical Analysis

MBA 709  •  2 Credits  •  7 Weeks  •  Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

In this course, students will gain familiarity with essential concepts of economics and statistics and be ready to apply these concepts in business applications in subsequent graduate business coursework. Economics principles include supply and demand, exchange rates, elasticity, features of perfectly competitive markets, and features of oligopoly where businesses have market power and their decisions are interdependent. Statistical tools include common measures of central tendency, computing and interpreting confidence intervals and hypothesis tests, and visualizing and interpreting correlation and regression results.

Upcoming Class Offerings

Fall 2020

Section Number: 840

Dates: 9/8/20 - 10/23/20
View more information.

Instructor:
Fred Kolb

Fall 2020

Section Number: 841

Dates: 10/26/20 - 12/13/20
View more information.

Instructor:
James Murray

Spring 2021 (TENTATIVE)

Section Number: 840

Dates: 2/1/21 - 3/19/21
View more information.

Instructor:
TBD

Spring 2021 (TENTATIVE)

Section Number: 841

Dates: 3/29/21 - 5/14/21
View more information.

Instructor:
TBD

Register for Classes