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Economics:   Offered by the School of Management. See Management course list for faculty.
 
UNDERGRADUATE COURSES:

Econ 201 - Economics (3-0-3)
The nature of a market economy. Microeconomics, demand theory, production possibilities, cost and price, equilibrium analysis, and applications to decision making in the firm. Macroeconomics, national income accounts, consumption, investment, government monetary and fiscal policy, and problems of employment and price levels. Economic analysis leading to an understanding of current developments in the United States economy and international trade and currency problems. Students who have received credit for Econ 265 or Econ 266 may not subsequently receive credit for Econ 201. Effective From: Fall 2009

Econ 265 - Microeconomics (3-0-3)
Prerequisites: Math 135 or Math 138 or Math 111. The theory of price determination and resource allocation under various market structures. The theory of demand, production, costs, factor and product pricing, income distribution, market failure, implications of government intervention in the market, and comparison of the free enterprise and alternative systems. Students who have received credit for SS 201 may not subsequently receive credit for Econ 265. Effective From: Spring 2014

Econ 266 - Macroeconomics (3-0-3)
The theory of national income determination. The determinants of aggregate production, employment and prices, as well as money and banking, business cycles and monetary and fiscal policy. Students who have received credit for SS 201 may not subsequently receive credit for Econ 266.

Econ 485 - Special Topics in Economics (3-0-3)
The study of new and/or advanced topics in the various fields of business and their application not regularly covered in any other business course. The precise topics to be covered, along with prerequisites, are announced in the semester prior to the offering of the course. Effective From: Fall 2009

R220:102 - Introduction to Economics, Macro (3)
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R220:304 - Economics of Labor (3)
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R220:322 - Introduction to Econometrics (3)
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R220:323 - Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (3)
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R220:324 - Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory (3)
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R220:339 - Economic Development (3)
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R220:402 - Advanced Econometrics (3)
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GRADUATE COURSES:

Econ 565 - Managerial Economics (3 credits)
Managerial decision-making for different markets: structure of industry, vertical integration, conglomerate firms, multinational firms, theory of contestable markets, entry deterrence, estimating demand and cost functions, price discrimination, agency trade, theory of regulation, market signaling and hiring, and theory of share economy.

Econ 610 - Managerial Economics (3-0-3)
Managerial Economics covers the role of economic theory in management analysis and decisions. The study of demand, cost, and supply theories from a business viewpoint are also covered. This course is about economic principles and their relevance to business decision-making. The course examines the interaction of information, economic incentives and market competition and how these interact to determine prices, products available, profits, and patterns of trade and organization. Effective From: Fall 2013