Economics (ECON)

ECON 2105. Principles of Macroeconomics. (3 Credits)

Introduces students to concepts that will enable them to understand and analyze economic aggregates and evaluate economic policies. Prerequisites: MATH 1001 or higher and ENGL 0989 or satisfactory English scores to place into co-requisite remediation or higher. Offered: Fall, Spring and Summer.

ECON 2106. Principles of Microeconomics. (3 Credits)

Introduces students to concepts that will enable them to understand and analyze the structure and performance of the market economy. Prerequisites: MATH 1001 or higher and ENGL 0989 or satisfactory English scores to place into co-requisite remediation or higher. Offered: Fall, Spring and Summer.

ECON 2201. Survey of Economics. (3 Credits)

This course focuses on the basic operations of the United States economy and designed for students who desire a one-term course in the principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics, and their applications to real-world economic issues. Prerequisite: MATH 1001 or higher and satisfactory English scores to place into co-requisite remediation or higher. Offered: Fall.

ECON 3145. Money, Banking and Foreign Exchange. (3 Credits)

This course covers the nature of money standards, Federal Reserve System, theory of money, credit and banking. Prerequisites: ECON 2105 and ECON 2106 Offered: Fall .

ECON 3205. Economic and Business Statistics. (3 Credits)

The application of statistical techiques to economic and business problem. Topics include descriptive statistics, introduction to probalility theory, confidence internal estimation and hypothesis testing, sampling techniques, and business forecasting. Prerequisite: ECON 2105, ECON 2106, and MATH 1113. Offered: Fall, Spring and Summer .

ECON 4105. Intermediate Macroeconomics. (3 Credits)

Factors determining aggregate employment, output, income, price-level, economic growth and fluctuations.

ECON 4106. Intermediate Microeconomics. (3 Credits)

The individual economic unit, the consumer and the firm. Factors underlying the determiniation of price and output in different market situations.

ECON 4107. Managerial Economics. (3 Credits)

An application of economic theory in managerial decisions. Includes analysis of markets, demand, cost, capital budgeting and price policy.

ECON 4125. Managerial Economics. (3 Credits)

ECON 4205. Elements of Econometrics. (3 Credits)

The mathematical formulation of economic theories, the use of statistical procedures to measure the theoretical relationships and to verify or reject such theories.

ECON 4305. Environmental Economics. (3 Credits)

Deals with depleting natural resources and human resources as factors of production.

ECON 4405. International Trade and Finance. (3 Credits)

Theory of international trade and commercial policy, international finance and current problems of international finance and current problems of international trade.

ECON 4505. Economic Policy of Multinational Corporations. (3 Credits)

Provides a base for understanding the economic policies of multinational corporations.

ECON 4605. Labor Economics. (3 Credits)

Application of economic theory to the labor market and discussion of the study of the impact of unions, government policy and discrimination on the resulting distribution of income.

ECON 4705. Economic History of the U. S.. (3 Credits)

Primary emphasis on economic forces, political, social and cultural consideration are represented relevant to the economic growth and development process. Offered: Spring.