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ECON 8306  QUANTITATIVE APPLICATIONS IN ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS (3 credits)

The study and application of modern quantitative techniques to problem-solving in economics and business. It is designed to help the student to translate verbal arguments in economics and business into their mathematical equivalents, to improve analytical skills, and to attain proficiency in marginal analysis, equilibrium analysis, static optimization, and comparative statics analysis. It covers topics such as exponential and logarithmic functions and their applications, linear algebra and its applications, derivatives and their applications, maximization of functions with one variable and multi variables, maximization with non negativity constraints, and integral calculus and its applications in economics and business. (Cross-listed with ECON 4300).

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): ECON 2200 and ECON 2220, or BSAD 8180.

Economics, MS

http://catalog.unomaha.edu/graduate/degree-programs-certificates-minors/economics/economics-ms/

The science of economics creates a deep understanding of individual behavior, firm dynamics, markets, and some of the world's most interesting and challenging problems. Economics is a way of thinking that provides generalized tools to the practitioner to solve business, social, political, and many other issues faced by the modern organization.

Economics, MA

http://catalog.unomaha.edu/graduate/degree-programs-certificates-minors/economics/economics-ma/

The science of economics creates a deep understanding of individual behavior, firm dynamics, markets, and some of the world's most interesting and challenging problems. Economics is a way of thinking that provides generalized tools to the practitioner to solve business, social, political, and many other issues faced by the modern organization.