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Economics Course Descriptions

ECON201 Introduction to Economics — 3 Credit Hours
  An introduction to basic macro and micro economic principles.  This course will address issues of scarcity, economic modeling, opportunity cost, supply and demand, consumer choice, profit maximization, competition, labor markets, fiscal and monetary policy, aggregate demand and aggregate supply and international trade.
ECON 205 Principles of Macroeconomics — 3 Credit Hours
  An introduction to economic principles, problems, and policies with emphasis on national income theory, employment, monetary and fiscal institutions, economic growth, and economic relations between nations.
ECON 206 Principles of Microeconomics — 3 Credit Hours
  Emphasis is on the price mechanism, product and resource markets, market structures and their social welfare implications. 
ECON 286 Special Topics — Variable Credit
ECON 485 Special Topics — Variable Credit