Students interested in business economics and mathematical applications to business related decisions and issues will find a strong correlation with a Master of Business Administration in strategy and economics. This degree is designed to assist professionals in the work of economics and strategic planning for businesses develop skills, concepts, theories and strategies that can be used to assess, evaluate and analysis various business decisions in different economical situations and markets.
The focus on the program is on Game Theory, which teaches mathematical implications to decision making. In addition courses will include information economics, research and data collection methods, market analysis, global economies, macroeconomics and strategic planning and development. Students will learn how to prepare reports, give presentations and produce financial statements that will analysis the impact of various types of conditions and decisions within the marketplace.