Three semester hours.
A study of macroeconomic and microeconomic concepts which lead to an understanding of the domestic and global environment of organizations. Topics covered include the study of pricing, profit possibilities, and allocations of resources in different market situations. Additional topics include determinates of national income, employment, interest rates, and investment. Prerequisite: Graduate standing.
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