Department of Economics

Current Course Offerings

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

ECONOMICS: summer 2022 Courses 

If you need economic credit or diversity credit or WAC credit or all three, check out the Department’s summer session offerings.
 
 Summer I (May 16, 2022 to June 24, 2022)
 
Econ 1010:911, Intro to Econ Issues – DL Taught by Dr. Aliaksandr Amialchuk
ECON 1150:911, Principles of Macro – DL Taught by Dr. David Black
ECON 1150:912, Principles of Macro– DL Taught by Dr. Mike Dowd
ECON 1200:911, Principles of Micro – DL Taught by Dr. Oleg Smirnov
ECON 1200:912, Principles of Micro – DL Taught by Dr. Kevin Egan
ECON 3240:911 Environmental Economics – DL Cross-listed with LST 3980:911 Taught by Dr. Onur Sapci
ECON 3500:911 Comparative Economic Systems – DL Taught by Mr. Abiye Alamina
 Can count for a CORE non-western diversity requirement OR as a World Culture requirement if your CORE requirement is met

 Summer II (June 27, 2022 to August 5, 2022)

Econ 1010:921, Intro to Econ Issues – DL Taught by Dr. Aliaksandr Amialchuk
ECON 1150:921, Principles of Macro – DL Taught by Dr. David Black
ECON 1150:922, Principles of Macro – DL Taught by Dr. Abiye Alamina
ECON 1200:921, Principles of Micro – DL Taught by Dr. James Bland
ECON 1200:922, Principles of Micro – DL Taught by Dr. Oleg Smirnov
ECON 3270:921, Natural Resource Economics, CRN 38885 – DL Taught by Dr. Kevin Egan

Summer III (June 14 – August 6, 2021)
 
Econ 1010:931, Intro to Econ Issues – DL Taught by Dr. Onur Sapci
ECON 1150:931, Principles of Macro - DLTaught by Dr. Mike Dowd
ECON 1200:931, Principles of Micro – DL Taught by Dr. James Bland

 

ECONOMICS: Upper Level Spring 2022 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 12:55-2:15 PM

Prerequisite: (ECON 1150 or 1200) & (BUAD 2060 or Math 2600). Taught by Prof. Kristen Keith (Also available online.)

 Enjoyed your principles of macroeconomics course? Take it to the next level:

  • ECON 3150: Intermediate Macroeconomics, 3 hrs., TR 11:10-12:30 PM

Prerequisite: ECON 1150. Taught by Prof. David Black (Also available online.)

 Climate change, algal blooms in Lake Erie--what are the efficient solutions?

  • ECON 3240:901 Environmental Economics, 3 hrs., Distance Learning

Prerequisite: NONE. Taught by Prof. Onur Sapci

 How do economists determine whether a particular project is worth undertaking?

  • ECON 3300: Benefit-Cost Analysis - WAC, 3 hrs., MW 11:10 – 12:30 Prerequisite: NONE. Taught by Prof. Kevin Egan (Also available online.)

 In depth study of government policy choices and how they affect economic activity.

  • ECON 4130: Monetary and Fiscal Policy 3 hrs., TR 9:35-10:55 PM

Prerequisite: ECON 3150. Taught by Prof. David Black

 Big changes coming in future energy that powers the economy. Take this course:

  • ECON 4280 Energy Economics, 3 hrs., TR 12:55-2:15 PM

Prerequisite: ECON 1200. Taught by Prof. Onur Sapci

 Infrastructure bills, national deficit, expand medicare; what should we spend on publicly and how or when should we pay for it?

  • ECON 4660 Public Finance, 3 hrs., MW 9:35-10:55 PM

Prerequisite: ECON 1200. Taught by Prof. Alamina.


ECONOMICS MINOR: Only Six Courses
1) ECON 1150: Prin. of Macroecon. and ECON 1200: Prin. of Microecon. (business students: only 4 more courses!)
2) ECON 3150: Intermediate Macroecon. OR ECON 3200: Intermediate Microecon.
3) ANY three ECON electives—such as the courses above
Contact Undergrad. Advisor: Prof. David Black: david.black@utoledo.edu

ECONOMICS MAJOR: Only Four More Courses beyond Minor
Contact Undergrad. Advisor: Prof. David Black: david.black@utoledo.edu

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

Last Updated: 6/27/22