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2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

MT 3393 - Game Theory:Strategy, Conflict, and Decision Making

A course in the principles of game theory, a logical analysis of the strategic interactions in situations involving conflict and cooperation. Students will model real world scenarios, apply those models to analyze and solve problems, and use their solutions to draw conclusions about rational behavior. A variety of applications will be considered, including topics from business, economics, politics, biology, anthropology, athletics and psychology.

Prerequisite: MTP satisfied; Sophomore standing.