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Undergraduate Course Details
Number ECO 200
Title Principles and Problems of Economics
Credits 3.0
Distribution DIII/Q
Prerequisites Satisfaction of the Basic Math Competency requirement
Winter/Spring 2016 Classes
Sec Ref # Dates Days Times Location Instructor
01 1385 1/19/16 - 5/16/16 TR 8:00am - 9:15am MH-541 Joel Caron
02 1386 1/19/16 - 5/16/16 TR 9:25am - 10:40am MH-541 Joel Caron
S1 1720 1/25/16 - 5/9/16 M 7:00pm - 9:20pm MH-541 Alicia Parillo
W1 1725 1/4/16 - 1/8/16 MTWRF 8:30am - 4:30pm CC-113 Tatyana Gofshteyn
03 3762 1/25/16 - 5/9/16 M 7:00pm - 9:20pm MH-541 Alicia Parillo

Description

This course is an introduction to the basic economic concepts in micro and macroeconomics. Tonics analyzed include: scarcity, supply and demand, costs of production, the price mechanism, market structures, national income, money and banking, the public sector, distribution of income and an introduction to alternative economic systems. The influence of political, social, legal, environmental, global, and technological issues are discussed in the process of presenting applications of economic theories. Discussions, basic quantitative and written analysis and evidence based research are encouraged. Three lecture hours per week. Not open to Economics majors or Business Administration majors. Elective for all other majors.