ECON 2113 Principles of Macroeconomics
study of economy-wide resource allocation choices and macroeconomic policies
that affect unemployment, inflation, national income, and economic growth.
ECON 2123 Principles of Microeconomics
development and application of price theory to the resource allocation decisions
of individuals and market participants.
ECON 2190 Seminar in Economics
to apply economic theory to real-world situations. Prerequisites: ECON 2113 and
ECON 2123 (1–4 credit hours.)
ECON 3003 International Economic
Issues and Policies
A survey of global economic issues and
policies that are related to international trade and finance.
3413 Comparative Economic Systems
economics of socialism and capitalism, major world trading blocs, and developing
countries and those in transition. Prerequisite: ECON 2113.