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Erie, PA 16541
105 Commercial Center Drive
Ruskin, FL 33573
I want to learn more about Gannon University's Economics program.
Gannon’s economics concentration prepares you to address key economic issues using powerful tools of analysis. You’ll build an excellent foundation in the financial and quantitative modeling used by business professionals. You will apply that foundation
to analyze economic and industry trends, business competition, risk profiles and other factors that drive high-impact solutions to economic issues across industries. When you graduate, you’ll be well prepared to enter careers with high-earning potential
or advance your education in fields such as law, political science and economics.
Gain real-world knowledge through key economics courses including:
Comparative Economic Systems: Study how societies of differing social, political and economic preferences organize themselves to satisfy human needs, emphasizing socialism, capitalism and modern variations theories and practices.
Game Theory: Explore major elements of game theory and apply game theoretic principles to business, finance, public policy and everyday life situations.
Discussions in Political Economy: Discuss readings, lectures and debates relating to topics in political economy.
Students will gain a high-quality education that enables success in the rigors of graduate school or a future profession. Through an array of program opportunities, you can:
“This curriculum allows for students to experience every side of the business world. I have had experience in supply chain management, marketing, entrepreneurship, human resources management and much more. This level of engagement and thoroughness I believe has fully prepared me for the professional world.”
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Chairperson, Marketing. EntrepBusiness Administration
Associate ProfessorGraduate Business Studies
Associate ProfessorAccounting Program
Chairperson, Department of AccAccounting Program
Assistant ProfessorGraduate Business Studies
Associate ProfessorFinance & Economics
Assistant ProfessorBusiness Administration
Assistant ProfessorAccounting Program
Coordinator for the Minor of IEntrepreneurship
Assistant ProfessorGU Gold 1714 Courses
Assistant ProfessorSupply Chain Management
Chair of Market Focused SystemBusiness Administration
Chair of Operational Systems,Marketing Program
ProfessorGraduate Business Studies
ChairpersonUniversity Review Council
InstructorGraduate Business Studies
Adjunct LecturerComputer & Information Science
Assistant ProfessorMasters Health Administration
Program Director Online MBAMBA/MPA Online
Adjunct LecturerGraduate Business Studies
Visiting Assistant ProfessorFinance & Economics