ECN 2113 Principles of Microeconomics
A study of financial markets and how supply and demand interact to direct the allocation of resources. Topics include market structure, the role of competition, price theory, output determination, and income distribution. Pollution, poverty, and farm income are briefly considered. Offered in online format. An additional fee associated with this course.
ECN 2123 Principles of Macroeconomics
A study of national income accounting, the determination of national output and employment levels, the monetary system, monetary theory, and stabilization policy. Inflation, unemployment, productivity, economic growth, balance of payments, and the public debt are considered from the perspectives of various schools of thought. Offered in online format. An additional fee associated with this course. Prerequisite: ECN 2113.
ECN 4103 International Economics
A study of the global economy with emphasis on the role of the United States. Topics include trade theory, trade restrictions, monetary systems, exchange rates, and the effect of domestic economic policies on global trade. Trade issues such as trade deficits, job displacement, economic sanctions, emerging nations, environmental issues, immigration, and currency crises are covered. Offered in online format. An additional fee associated with this course. Prerequisite: ECN 2123.