Economics

ECO 11103 (TM) Contemporary Economics

A survey of basic concepts such as economic growth, distribution, inflation, interest rates, costs, supply, demand, and public goods. Topics covered also include American capitalism, market failures, unemployment, taxation, and trade. (This course is at the elementary level and is not to be substituted for another Economics course requirement.) Lab fee required.

Offered Fall, Spring for 3 Semester hours.

ECO 11403 Introduction to Microeconomics

Nature of economic problems, theory of consumer behavior, theory of firm markets, and resource allocation. Lab fee required.

Offered Fall, Spring for 3 Semester hours.

ECO 12403 Introduction to Macroeconomics

Introduction to macro-level economic problems. National income, inflation, employment, fiscal policy, monetary policy, economic growth, and global economic issues. Lab fee required.

Offered Fall, Spring for 3 Semester hours.