Course Information

​Course Number ​Title ​GE
ECON199 Intro. to Economic Thinking Y
This course is an introduction to basic social science and economic reasoning techniques and the application of these skills to the study of several current economic problems.
ECON200 Principles of Macroeconomics Y
This course offer an introduction to macroeconomic theory including national income accounting and the theory of income, output, and employment. Emphasis on application of national fiscal and monetary policies in a business context is discussed from a liberal arts philosophical point of view.
ECON201 Principles of Microeconomics Y
Prerequisite: ECON 200 This course provides an introduction to microeconomic theory including the economics of the firm, resource allocation, and international economics. Emphasis on the study of pricing by supply/demand analyses in a free enterprise economy and with respect to international trade problems. Lectures are presented from a liberal arts philosophical point of view.
ECON320 Labor Economics
Prerequisites: ECON 200 and 201. This course builds on the principles learned in ECON 200 and ECON 201 to examine labor economics, trade unionism, collective bargaining, wage determination, employment and labor legislation as they apply in industrial relations and business contexts from both a contemporary and historical perspective.
ECON340 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
Prerequisite: ECON 201. This course builds on the principles learned in ECON 201 to expand the understanding of microeconomic theory in our economy and society. It has an emphasis on consumer theory, producer theory, market structure, market and pricing strategy as these relate to efficiency and competition in a contemporary dynamic world economy.
ECON341 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
Prerequisite: ECON 200. This course builds on principles learned in ECON 200 to expand understanding of macroeconomic theory in our economy and society. It focuses on measurement and structure of national economies, economic performance, business cycle theory, fiscal and monetary policy implications on growth, unemployment, and price stability.
ECON350 Principles of Econometrics
Prerequisites: ECON 200, 201; MATH 123, 132 This course will cover the basic methods of data analysis used in economics, including descriptive statistics, hypothesis testing and regression analysis. Various methods of regression optimization as they relate to economics will also be discussed.
ECON400 Managerial Economics
Prerequisite(s): ECON 201 and MATH 132 or 141 or permission of the instructor. This course builds on the principles learned in ECON 200 and ECON 201 to show how economic theory and decision science tools can assist in the formulation of optimal solutions to managerial decision makers. The course incorporates contemporary management issues and analyses of current business behavior.