The major in Managerial Economics and Strategic Analysis (MESA) is designed for students who wish to apply advanced economic analysis to the problems and realities of the business world. MESA focuses on issues at the level of the firm and the individual, as well as issues of pricing, bringing products to market, and law. The major allows students to focus on the economic issues of firms and corporations and to relate these principles, tools, and concepts to the relevant aspects of business.
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In addition to the core curriculum, managerial economics majors take the following courses
- ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics
- ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics
- ACCT 201 Financial Accounting
- ECON 230 Applied Statistics
- ECON 302 Intermediate Microeconomics
- BUSN 303 Management and Ethics
- BUSN 340 Business Law
- ECON 403 Introduction to Econometrics
- ECON 332 Strategic Thinking and Game Theory
Elective Options (2 Required)
- MKTG 200 Marketing
- One Additional Elective in Economics
See the Academic Catalogue for course descriptions
Mary Hunt, Ph.D. (candidate)
Gabriel Martinez, Ph.D.
Frank Shepard, D.P.S.
Dorothy Thompson, D.B.A. (Candidate)
Certification: Certified Public Accountant