Microeconomics (SS) (5)
Microeconomics is the study of households and firms and how they interact in markets under varying degrees of competition.
Macroeconomics (SS) (5)
Macroeconomics is the study of how any system allocates limited resources to meet unlimited wants. Major concerns of macroeconomic policy are: inflation, full employment, national income accounting, fiscal policy, the money supply and trade.
Managerial Economics (5)
This course surveys economic condition and the application of tasks normally associated with a corporate economist. Topics of study include free market economics, supply and demand, regulation, inflation, price elasticity, and comparative advantage. Prerequisite: lower division social science course.