Economics (ECO)

Economics (ECO)

Course Information Cr Hrs
ECO-270 Principles of Macroeconomics

This course provides an introduction to the origin and derivation of economic systems. This course includes a look at the structure, organization, operation, and the goals of the United States economic system. A study in basic economic principles, including the role of the government in conducting economic policies (spending and taxes), the role of the Federal Reserve in managing the supply of money, and the role of others (including households and businesses) in determining economic outcomes is included. This course prepares students for further study in economics.

 Prerequisite: Grade of "NC" or better in MTH 050 or higher or equivalent score on the placement test.
3-3-0
ECO-275 Principles of Microeconomics

This course is an introduction to microeconomic analysis. It is an in-depth look at the behavior of the individual and businesses as it relates to the determination of the price structure, distribution of income, and trade. This course is an examination of the participants and structures of the marketplace.

 

 Prerequisite: ECO 270.
3-3-0