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ECON-1210 Survey of Economics
03 Semester Credits
Overview of economic principles and problems designed to provide general understanding of structure, organization and operation of our economy. Relationship of economy to our social and political welfare and its determination of the fundamental standard of living, on both macro and micro levels.
Lecture 03 hours. Laboratory 00 hours.
Prerequisite(s): None.

ECON-1220 Economic Development of the American Economy
03 Semester Credits
Evolutionary development of American economic system. Review of changes in economic and organizational structure, emphasizing application of fundamental economic explanation of change.
Lecture 03 hours. Laboratory 00 hours.
Prerequisite(s): None 

ECON-2610 Principles of Macroeconomics
04 Semester Credits
Non-sequential course which introduces language, tools, methods and topics of economic analysis. Study of broad economy including measurement and analysis of economic activity, government and its roles in a market system, the banking system, monetary policy, economic growth and international economics.
Lecture 04 hours. Laboratory 00 hours.
Prerequisite(s): MATH 0950 Beginning Algebra, or eligibility for MATH 1060 Survey of Mathematics 
OAN Approved: OSS005

ECON-2620 Principles of Microeconomics
04 Semester Credits
Non-sequential course which introduces language, tools, methods and topics of economic analysis. Study of detailed economy at the firm and industry level with emphasis on market theory (supply/demand), production, and price and output determination as they vary by market structure, and includes current problems and policy concerns.
Lecture 04 hours. Laboratory 00 hours.
Prerequisite(s):  MATH 0950 Beginning Algebra, or eligibility for MATH 1060 Survey of Mathematics 
OAN Approved: OSS004

ECON-2700 The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets
03 Semester Credits
Examines the economic roles played by financial markets, financial institutions, and money in the determination of business and consumer behavior, personal wealth, and the performance of the economy. Studies key markets, including the bond and stock markets; key institutions, including banks and the Federal Reserve. Monetary theory and policy discussed.
Lecture 03 hours. Laboratory 00 hours.
Prerequisite(s): ECON-2610 Principles of Macroeconomics, and ECON-2620 Principles of Microeconomics.

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