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Economics Courses

ECN 210 Principles of Microeconomics (GE) (3)
Introduction to the principles of microeconomics, including supply and demand, consumer behavior, income distribution, and competitive and monopolistic markets.

ECN 213 Principles of Economics (GE) (3)
Introduction to the principles of micro- and macroeconomics. Micro elements include supply and demand, consumer behavior, income distribution, and competitive and monopolistic markets. Macro elements include determinants of aggregate economic activity, the effects of monetary and fiscal policy on national income, and economic policy toward unemployment and inflation.

ECN 215 Principles of Macroeconomics (GE) (3)
Introduction to the principles of macroeconomics, including determinants of aggregate economic activity, the effects of monetary and fiscal policy on national income, and economic policy toward unemployment and inflation.

ECN 275R Topics in Economics (3)
Topics in economics.

ECN 310 Intermediate Microeconomics (3)
Study of the theory of prices and markets: an analysis of consumer, firm, and competitive forces that determine the allocation of economic resources in a market economy. May be taken independently of ECN 315. Prerequisite: ECN 210, 213, or consent of instructor. Prerequisite or concurrent enrollment: MAT 241.

ECN 315 Intermediate Macroeconomics (3)
Study of macroeconomic theory and policy: an analysis of the forces that determine employment, income, and price. Topics include aggregate supply and demand and income determination, interest rates, fiscal and monetary policy, inflation, exchange rates, and macroeconomic policy. May be taken independently of ECN 310. Prerequisite: ECN 213, 215, or consent of instructor. Prerequisite or concurrent enrollment: MAT 241.

ECN 375R Topics in Economics (3)
Topics in Economics. Prerequisites: consent of instructor.

ECN 385R Directed Study in Economics (3)
Directed study in economics. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.