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Economics Course Descriptions


ECO 231. PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
(Lecture, 3 credit hours)
This course is an introduction to macroeconomic theory, analysis, and policy applications. Topics include the following: scarcity, demand and supply, national income analysis, major economic theories concerning monetary and fiscal policies as stabilization measures, the banking system, and other economic issues or problems including international trade.

ECO 232. PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS (Lecture, 3 credit hours)
This course is an introduction of the microeconomic theory, analysis, and applications. Topics include scarcity; the theories of consumer behavior, production and cost, markets, output and resource pricing, and international aspects of microeconomics.