College of Business > Academics > Department of Economics > Graduate Programs > Applied Economics (MBA) > Concentration Requirements
DePaul’s MBA concentration in Applied Economics gives students a deeper understanding of the fundamentals that govern economic activity. Students study the forces that drive markets and the economics of the decision-making processes of business and consumers in a market system. This concentration is particularly ideal for analytically focused, logically minded students who want to hone their problem-solving abilities.
In this concentration, you will gain the knowledge, competencies and skills to:
To complete this concentration, students are required to complete three graduate-level Economics courses. ECO 502, ECO 509 and ECO 555 (if taken to satisfy core requirements) are not approved for use as MBA concentration electives.
Depending on the student's specific interests, this concentration offers two possible tracks:
Students can take classes from either track (or a mix from both) in meeting the three-course concentration requirement.
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