ECON 1050 Introductory Economics
4 semester hours
Accelerated introduction to both microeconomics and macroeconomics. Supply and demand, elasticity, and theories of production, cost, competition, monopoly, and other market structures. Aggregate supply, aggregate demand and Keynesian Cross analysis, and discussion of GDP, national income, inflation, and unemployment. This course substitutes for ECON 1100 and ECON 1200 wherever one or both are stated as prerequisites.
University Core fulfilled: Explorations: Understanding Human Behavior.