ECO - ECONOMICS

ECO-101 Principles of Macroeconomics

This course provides an analytical and institutional study of the American economy. This course explores issues such as inflation, recession, unemployment, financial markets, money and banking, and the role of government spending and taxation to achieve an optimal allocation of resources, price stability, full-employment level of national income, and long-term growth under the modern market economy. >General Education Course. Lecture [3.00].

Credits

3

ECO-102 Principles of Microeconomics

This course is the study of the organization and operation of the American economy for the production and distribution of goods and services.  This course explores pricing of products and resources in market situations varying from competition to monopoly, as well as behavior of the firm in determining quantity of output and hiring of factors of production.  This course introduces dynamics of resource allocation, price determination and the importance of elasticity in different market structures. General Education Course.  Lecture [3.00].      

Credits

3

ECO-202 Intermediate Microeconomics

This course is designed to deepen student’s understanding and knowledge of theoretical and empirical microeconomic  theory.  Topics  covered  in  the  course  include  consumer  utility  and  choice;  production functions  and  cost;  pricing  of  output  and  inputs  under  various  market  structures  such  as  perfect competition,  monopoly,  monopolistic  competition  and  oligopoly,  as  well  as  externalities  and  public goods.   Lecture [3.00].

Credits

3

Prerequisites

ECO-102

ECO-203 Intermediate Macroeconomics

This course is designed to deepen your understanding and knowledge of theoretical and empirical macroeconomic theory. Topics covered in the course include economic fluctuations; the role of fiscal and monetary policies in stabilizing the economy; the relationship between inflation and unemployment; the role of government policy in promoting long-term economic growth; and dynamics of exchange rate determination in an open economy. 

Credits

3

Prerequisites

ECO-101

ECO-291 Co-Op Work Experience [Economics]

This course provides the student with practical work experience in the area of economics. Students are supervised by a faculty member, and job placement assistance is available through the Cooperative Education Office. Requires 60 minimum hours work experience distributed over the semester.  Lecture [1.00], Cooperative [3.00].

Credits

1

Prerequisites

ECO-101

ECO-292 Co-Op Work Experience [Economics]

This course provides the student with practical work experience in the area of economics. Students are supervised by a faculty member, and job placement assistance is available through the Cooperative Education Office. Requires 120 minimum hours work experience distributed over the semester.  Lecture [1.00], Cooperative [8.00].

Credits

2

Prerequisites

ECO-101

ECO-293 Co-Op Work Experience [Economics]

This course provides the student with practical work experience in the area of economics. Students are supervised by a faculty member, and job placement assistance is available through the Cooperative Education Office. Lecture [1.00], Cooperative [12 00].

Credits

3

Prerequisites

ECO-101