Financial & Economic Modeling
This course will develop the quantitative skills that are required for any business student. The student will learn key microeconomic principles such as supply and demand, non-quantifiable costs, externalities and general economic thinking. The student will also work with quantitative tools including risk analysis, forecasting techniques, demand analysis, sales and customer data analysis and quality measurement. The course uses Excel as a training ground for encounters with the best and most interesting principles of business economics, financial planning and accounting. The course is designed to teach the skills of building models that allow for scenario analysis or to help inform good decision-making.
Prerequisite: Complete MTH-180, MGT-240.
Not Offered This Semester