Apply microeconomic theory and data analysis to business decision-making.
Managerial Economics applies microeconomic theory and data analysis to business decision-making. Expertise in accounting, finance, business strategies, and market demand analysis are essential skills students acquire as they pursue a BS in this field.
As a Managerial Economics major, students will dive into a math-heavy curriculum focused on data analytics, microeconomics, and quantitative methods. The major focuses on team-based learning, emphasizing collaboration and group decision-making—valuable skills for today's job market.
Managerial Economics career opportunities include research, planning, marketing, and managerial positions in a wide range of firms and governmental agencies. Recent graduates hold positions in finance, insurance, banking management, market research, merchandising, recruiting, consulting, and strategic planning. Those interested in graduate work are well placed to pursue degrees in Resource Economics, Economics, and other fields.