Economics, Global Business, and Quantitative Analysis
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- The graduate correctly applies marginal analysis.
- The graduate applies the laws of supply and demand to develop a desirable relationship between supply and demand in a given situation.
- The graduate analyzes a firm's competitive environment to determine whether the market exhibits characteristics of perfect competition, monopoly, oligopoly and monopolistic competition.
- The graduate analyzes how changes in specified variables affect the economy.
- The graduate analyzes monetary and fiscal policy and how policy makers use policy levers to manipulate economic outcomes, to make appropriate recommendations for courses of actions.
- The graduate understands and can make recommendations for competing in the global business arena.
- The graduate can recognize the implications of international trade and make recommendations based on a firm's mission.
- The graduate can determine the advantages and disadvantages of various types of global operations.
- The graduate demonstrates sensitivity to cultural differences that impact business practice in foreign markets.
- The graduate uses optimizing models and other models as aids for making more informed decisions.
- The graduate correctly applies PERT/CPM techniques to project management tasks.
- The graduate uses expected value concepts as decision making tools.
- The graduate can describe quantitative and qualitative forecasting methods.