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|ECO 315 - Economics for Administration|
Essential micro- and macroeconomic concepts as they apply to administrative decisions. Principal theories and analysis of efficient resource allocation as related to economic decisions of individuals, public and private organizations, and society. Primarily for students who have had no prior college-level work in economics. Course Information: Not accepted toward requirements of Economics Degree. Course is restricted to graduate students and non-CBM undergraduates.
4.000 Credit hours
Levels: Undergrad - Springfield
Schedule Types: Laboratory-Discussion, Lecture-Discussion