Managerial Economics applies economic principles to solve common business problems. It studies how managers make decision in all aspect of business, especially in finance, marketing, accounting, supply chain and management. Managerial economists gather, manage and analyze business data to inform and evaluate business strategies. The Managerial Economics program is for students with a primary interest in private sector employment, and combines economics with accounting and finance courses that are useful in a business setting. This program at CWU provides a great preparation for economics, MBA, finance and accounting graduate programs
Likely Career Paths
Management Analyst, Operations Analyst, Demand Planner, Credit Analyst, Financial Analyst, Fiscal Analyst, Management Consultant
|CWU Course #||CWU Course Name||Transfer Course #|
|ACCT 251||Financial Accounting||ACCT& 201 and ACCT& 202|
|ACCT 252||Managerial Accounting||ACCT& 203|
|ECON 201||Principles of Economics- Micro||ECON& 201|
|ECON 202||Principles of Economics- Macro||ECON& 202|
|BUS 241||Legal Environment of Business||BUS& 201|
|BUS 221||Intro Business Statistics||*MATH& 146|
|MATH 153||Pre-Calculus I||MATH& 141|
|ECON 130 or other approved math||Foundations of Business Analytics||MATH& 148|
*MATH& 146 will transfer in as Math 211, College of Business will substitute in place of BUS 221.
Other options may be available, we recommend viewing the Transfer Equivalency Site (TES) for other acceptable equivalences or contacting us.
- We recommend students pursue and earn an Associates of Business-DTA/MRP.
- Students need to earn a 1.7 minimum grade for ACCT&201, 202, 203, ECON& 201, 202, BUS& 201, MATH& 146, MATH& 141, and MATH& 148.
- Any Washington state DTA (Direct Transfer Agreement) degree will satisfy all general education requirements.
- Major requirements may change over time; students will be expected to meet the catalog requirements in place at the time they are admitted to the major. Current catalog: https://catalog.acalog.cwu.edu/