Department of Economics

Current Course Offerings

For the full list of currently offered courses, please see the current course catalog

Upper Level Spring 2019 Courses

 Do you know how to analyze data? Your future employer wishes you did. Take this course:
ECON 2810: Intro. to Econometrics, 3 hrs., MW 11:10-12:30 PM
Prerequisites: (ECON 1150 or 1200) and (BUAD 2060 or Math 2600). Prof. Kevin Egan

Enjoyed your principles of macroeconomics course? Take it to the next level:
ECON 3150: Intermediate Macroeconomics, 3 hrs., MW 12:55-2:15 PM
Prerequisites: ECON 1150. Prof. Dave Black

Climate change, algal blooms in Lake Erie causing tap water advisories--what are the efficient solutions? Take this course:
ECON 3240: Environmental Economics, 3 hrs., TR 11:15-12:30 PM
Prerequisites: none. Prof. Onur Sapci

Are you wondering how employers determine your wages? So much more when you understand labor markets:
ECON 4250: Labor Economics, 3 hrs., TR 9:35-10:55 PM
Prerequisites: ECON 1200. Prof. Kristen Keith

ECON 4260: Behavioral Economics, 3 hrs., MW 9:35-10:55 PM
Prerequisites: ECON 1200. Prof. James Bland

How economic concepts and theories can be used to think about and illustrate various health care issues:
ECON 4750: Health Economics, 3 hrs., TR 2:30-3:50 PM                      
Prerequisites: ECON 1200. Prof. Aliaksandr Amialchuk

1)    ECON 1150: Prin. of Macroeconomics and,
2)    ECON 1200: Prin. of Microeconomics (business students: only 4 more courses!)
3)    ECON 3150: Intermediate Macroecon. OR ECON 3200: Intermediate Microecon.
4)    ANY three ECON electives—such as the courses above

ECONOMICS MAJOR: Only Four More Courses beyond Minor
Contact Undergrad. Advisor: Prof. Kevin Egan:

For the complete list of economics courses please visit the registrar's website

Last Updated: 6/30/19