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ECON 101: Principles of Microeconomics

(3-0) Cr. 3. F.S.SS.


Resource allocation, opportunity cost, comparative and absolute advantage. Supply and demand. Marginal analysis. Theories of production and consumption, pricing, and the market system. Perfect and imperfect competition and strategic behavior. Factor markets. Present discounted value.

Economics

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Economics teaches the ability to reason clearly and to address complex issues using tools and decision-making models from economics, mathematics, and statistics, as well as concepts from the biological, physical, and social sciences. The study of economics also helps students to: develop an understanding of the interactions of technology, human activity, and the environment; apply systematic approaches to making optimal choices; analyze quantitative information; and communicate concepts and findings to industry professionals, organizations, governments, and the general public. 

Actuarial Science

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...prerequisite courses. These courses are: ACCT 284, ECON 101, FIN 301, MATH 165, MATH 166...

Agricultural Business

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...0 across ECON 101 Principles of Microeconomics , ECON 102 Principles of Macroeconomics , ECON 301 Intermediate...

Ivy College of Business

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...courses, any required ENGL 101 English for Native...Survey of Calculus and ECON 207 Applied Economic...

College of Design

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...take PHYS 101 Physics for the Nonscientist Physics for the Nonscientist, ECON 101 Principles of...

Business Economics

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...take MATH 160 and ECON 207 instead of...150, and all ENGL 101/99 courses if...