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|Econ 1010||Introduction to Economic Issues||3|
Basic concepts and theory applications to major economic problems and controversies. Designed primarily to meet requirements of students not planning to take upper level economics courses.
|Econ 1150||Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
Explaining the level and the growth of economic activity, its fluctuations, and ways of achieving greater stability, including the roles of money, banking and international finance.
|Econ 1200||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
Theories of consumer behavior; determination of input and output prices and quantities in factor and product markets; analysis of international trade and policy; applications include labor markets and income distribution.
|Econ 1880||Introduction to Macroeconomic and Microeconomic Analysis||4|
Anintensive analysis of the level, growth and fluctuations in aggregate economic activity; money and banking; international trade and finance; fiscal policy; consumer behavior; input and output prices and product and factor markets.