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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.