Courses at the 300-level

ECON 313: Managerial Economics

Economic analysis is applied to managerial decisions. Topics include techniques for analyzing and estimating revenue, cost, and profit; and pricing and profit-maximizing strategies within different market structures.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • ECON 214
  • Either MATH 240 or 248
ECON 314: Intermediate Microeconomic Theory and Applications

Theoretical foundations covered in ECON 214 are expanded upon and myriad applications of these theories are developed, using graphical and mathematical techniques. The role of microeconomics in managerial decision making is also explored.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • ECON 214
  • ECON 215
  • MATH 238
ECON 315: Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory and Analysis

Macroeconomic models are used to analyze economic growth, unemployment, and inflation. Also examined are the effectiveness of fiscal and monetary policies, using models depicting the interactions of product, resource, and financial markets.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • ECON 214
  • ECON 215
  • MATH 238
ECON 390: Directed Study

The student selects a topic and undertakes concentrated research under the supervision of a faculty advisor.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • Consent of department chair
FIN 300: Field Experience in Women's Studies

Students engage in experiential learning and participate in a selected public or private agency/organization. Each student formulates specific learning objectives under the direction of an instructor.
3 credit hours

FIN 301: Managerial Finance and Control

Financial management concepts are introduced. Topics include the time value of money, risk and return, capital budgeting, cost of capital, and capital structure. Bloomberg certification is incorporated as lab component.
4 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • ACCT 201; ECON 214, 215; MATH 177.
FIN 330: Managerial Finance and Control

Concepts of financial management are introduced. Topics include the financial environment of firms, the time value of money, risk and return, techniques of capital budgeting, cost of capital, and capital structure. Lecture and laboratory. (Formerly Finance 430.)
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • ACCT 201
  • ECON 214
  • ECON 215
  • MATH 238
FIN 335: Financial Statement Analysis

Financial statements are analyzed and their use in assessing the value of a company's stock. Students learn how different accounting methods can alter a company’s financial disclosures
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • FIN 301

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