|Field of Study:||Business/Managerial Economics
|Description:||Managers use the tools of Economics to analyse major management decisions. As an Economics student, discover theories and economic models that provide a framework for understanding complex issues in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors. Central concepts from economics – demand and supply, marginal analysis, perfect competition and monopoly, and game theory – are applied to important business and government problems. Learn how to make intelligent management decisions and understand current events and the consequences of government policies. You will have the opportunity to study the structure of the Canadian economy, public policy, money, banking and financial institutions, managerial economics, the labour market, and the inter-dependence of nations in the global economy. You will be introduced to the many theories and policies surrounding economic development in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, and examine issues like poverty, inequality, education, health, migration, agriculture, and foreign aid, and other challenges faced by advanced and developing economies.
|Cost per year:*||
Cost per year is for 36 credits (tuition only). Additional fees apply.