2017-2018 Graduate Studies Course Descriptions
ECON ― Economics
McD 304, (406) 657-2296
ECON 516 Managerial Economics for the Health Industry
3 cr. Prerequisite: ECON 515. Examines efficient management techniques and conflicts, maximization of net benefits, the distinction between economic and accounting profits. Theories and issues relating to game theory, non-competitive markets and decision making models that could be used within the health care industry will be discussed.
ECON 589 Professional Development
V1-3 cr. Designated course number for professional development credit bearing courses offered by Extended Campus. These credits do not count toward any degree at MSU Billings.
ECON 592 SeminarV1-3 cr. Prerequisites: Graduate standing or consent of department. Provides graduate students with an opportunity to investigate intensively topics pertinent to economics.