This course offers a basic introduction to the decision analysis framework and explains how it can be used to facilitate and formalize the decision-making process. It describes techniques that managers can use to supplement their existing decision-making skills, how to decide when or whether to use a particular method, and how to implement it. The course is concerned with decision-making under conditions such as uncertainty, multiple objectives, multiple decision-makers or interest groups, large impacts, and long timelines.


84 credits of 100-level or higher coursework including ENGL 100, and CMNS 152 or 220; OR 3 NABU credits and CMNS 305

Course Outlines

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