This is an inside look at a Managerial Economics class taught by Professor of Business Economics Sheena Bunnell. In this course (an upper-level class considered part of our Pre-M.B.A. program) the economic model of the firm is developed with emphasis on the increased importance of the efficient use of scarce economic resources. The class also explores demand estimation techniques, economic forecasting, cost analysis, and more. As you can see, our average classroom size is pretty small, about 19 students per classroom, which encourages close student and professor interaction and collaboration. This Economics class is taking place in the Computer Center.