Economics

Economics describes and analyzes the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services.

Economics 101

Principles of Microeconomics

(HSC)

Fall, multiple sections. Credit, four hours. Use of economic analysis to explain resource allocation, output, and income distribution in a market economy.

Economics 112

Principles of Macroeconomics

(HSC)

Fall, multiple sections. Credit, four hours. Prerequisite: Econ 101 or permission of instructor. Introduction to economic analysis and its use in explaining levels of national income, employment, and price levels.

Economics 201

Intermediate Microeconomics

(HSC)

Fall, Spring. Credit, four hours. Prerequisites: Economics 101, 112, and Math 111 or permission of instructor. Contemporary theory that positions itself between beginning principles and work in theory at the graduate level, primarily treating economic theory as it relates to consumers, business enterprises, and factor markets.

Economics 212

Intermediate Macroeconomics

Fall, Spring. Credit, four hours. Prerequisites: Economics 101, 112, or permission of instructor. The economy as a whole; factors that determine overall employment levels, national income, and national output; economic fluctuation; macro monetary theory; the general price level; the rate of economic growth; and international income relationships. 

Economics 220

Introduction to Statistical Methods

(MQR)

Spring. Credit, four hours. This course will examine methods of collection, presentation, and analysis of economic data; measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability, estimation, and hypothesis testing will be at the center of discussions; regression analysis will be introduced (time permitting). Prerequisite: Econ 101 and Math 111. Econ 101 gives basic preparation in terms of economic concepts and Math 111 provides tools for better understanding of probability distributions.

Economics 231

Introduction to Global Trade and Finance

(HSC)

Fall. Credit, four hours. Prerequisite: Economics 101 or 112. Knowledge of basic economic concepts and graphical analysis is crucial for success in this course. The course is an introduction to international economics and will cover topics in trade theory, trade policy, and international finance.

Economics 351

European Economic History I

(Same as History 351)

Economics 352

European Economic History II

(Same as History 352)

Economics 385R

Special Topics in Economics

TBA. Variable Credit. Prerequisites: minimum of one economics course; permission of instructor. Course may be repeated for credit when topic varies. Seminar and/or advanced course in selected topics in economics.