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ECON 105 ELEMENTS OF ECONOMICS (3 credits)
Survey of economic principles for students planning no further formal study of economics; analysis of factors influencing aggregate levels of output, employment, and prices; introduction to U.S. monetary system; price determination and resource allocation under competitive and monopolistic conditions; review of selected contemporary economic issues.
ECON 201 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS (3 credits)
Nature, method, and scope of economic analysis; economic scarcity, resources, specialization and division of labor, supply and demand, production and cost, technology, product and resource market structures, distribution of income, and international trade.
ECON 202 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS (3 credits)
Analysis of aggregate levels of income and employment, inflation, monetary and fiscal policy, economic growth and development, international finance, and comparative economic systems.