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Can I just enroll in a single course?
Can I take the course for free?
此课程是 100% 在线学习吗？是否需要现场参加课程？
Each course in the Specialization is offered on a regular schedule with sessions starting about once per month. If you don't complete a course on the first try, you can easily transfer to the next session, and your completed work and grades will carry over.
Some familiarity with economic reasoning and concepts is recommended.
Do I need to take the courses in a specific order?
It is recommended that the courses in the Specialization be taken in the order outlined. Some courses do list other courses as prerequisites. In the Capstone Project, you will have the opportunity to synthesize your learning in all six courses and apply your combined skills in a final project.
Will I earn university credit for completing the Specialization?
iMBA courses in Coursera do not carry University of Illinois credit on their own. Each course has an enhanced for-credit component. You can earn academic credit if you combine an iMBA Coursera course with the enhanced for-credit component offered on the University of Illinois platform. Some universities may choose to accept Specialization Certificates for credit. Check with your institution to learn more.
• You will have a solid understanding of microeconomic theory and its use in the analysis of resource allocation and contemporary business problems.
• You will understand the operation of markets and how markets arrive at equilibrium outcomes.
• You will be able to assess the macroeconomic environment in which a business operates.
• You will know the “language” of uncertainty and the statistical methods for making inferences and decisions on the basis of limited information/data.