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Su2011Warmingham308_01 - DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS RUTGERS...

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DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS RUTGERS UNIVERSITY NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY Course: Managerial Economics Dale E. Warmingham Summer 2011 [email protected] 220:308:01 [email protected] SC 115 office hours: Mon/Thurs 10:20AM 12:15PM before & after class PREREQUISITES FOR 220:308 (1:220:102 AND 1:220:103) OR 1:220:200 OR (11:373:121 AND 1:220:103) OR 1:220:200 OR (21:220:101 AND 21:220:102) OR 1:220:200 OR (50:220:105 AND 50:220:106) OR 1:220:200 Starting Spring 2010, students may no longer use Managerial Economics towards the Economic major. This course may still be used towards the economic minor and for general degree credits. REQUIRED READING : EDWIN MANSFIELD, MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS, SEVENTH EDITION, W.W. NORTON & COMPANY EDWIN MANSFIELD, MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS STUDY GUIDE, SEVENTH EDITION, W.W. NORTON & COMPANY “THE WALL STREET JOURNAL ”, DAILY
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GRADING: THREE MAJOR EXAMS: 33.3 % EACH NO CALCULATORS DURING TEST A = 90% TO 100% B+ = 87% TO 89.99% B = 80% TO 86.99% C+ = 77% TO 79.99% C = 70% TO 76.99% D = 60% TO 69.99% F = 0% TO 59.99% GRADES WILL BE DETERMINED ON THEAVERAGE OF THE THREE EXAMS COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES:
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