Either math prerequisite is acceptable

ECON B205 Intermediate Microeconomics
3.00 crs.

This course is an analysis of market and firm coordination; the theory of consumer behavior and demand; the theory of supply; competition; the pricing of goods and resources; and government policies.

Sophomore, Either math prerequisite is acceptable
ECON B205 Intermediate Microeconomics
3.00 crs.

This course is an analysis of market and firm coordination; the theory of consumer behavior and demand; the theory of supply; competition; the pricing of goods and resources; and government policies.

Sophomore, Either math prerequisite is acceptable
ECON B205 Intermediate Microeconomics
3.00 crs.

This course is an analysis of market and firm coordination; the theory of consumer behavior and demand; the theory of supply; competition; the pricing of goods and resources; and government policies.

Sophomore, Either math prerequisite is acceptable
ECON B206 Intermediate Macroeconomics
3.00 crs.

This course considers various theories concerning the functioning of the macroeconomy: Classical and PreKeynesian, Keynesian and the Neoclassical Synthesis, Monetarism, Supply-Side, Fisher's Debt-Deflation Theory, Post Keynesian including Minsky's Financial Instability Hypothesis, and Austrian. Also covered briefly are Rational Expectations, Real Business Cycles, New Keynesianism, and Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium theories.

Either math prerequisite is acceptable, Grade of C or better in ECON B101, Sophomore
ECON B206 Intermediate Macroeconomics
3.00 crs.

This course considers various theories concerning the functioning of the macroeconomy: Classical and PreKeynesian, Keynesian and the Neoclassical Synthesis, Monetarism, Supply-Side, Fisher's Debt-Deflation Theory, Post Keynesian including Minsky's Financial Instability Hypothesis, and Austrian. Also covered briefly are Rational Expectations, Real Business Cycles, New Keynesianism, and Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium theories.

Either math prerequisite is acceptable, Grade of C or better in ECON B101, Sophomore
ECON B206 Intermediate Macroeconomics
3.00 crs.

This course considers various theories concerning the functioning of the macroeconomy: Classical and PreKeynesian, Keynesian and the Neoclassical Synthesis, Monetarism, Supply-Side, Fisher's Debt-Deflation Theory, Post Keynesian including Minsky's Financial Instability Hypothesis, and Austrian. Also covered briefly are Rational Expectations, Real Business Cycles, New Keynesianism, and Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium theories.

Either math prerequisite is acceptable, Grade of C or better in ECON B101, Sophomore