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ECONĀ 121: Principles of Economics

This course takes an analytical approach to economic reasoning and contemporary issues. The course introduces microeconomic and macroeconomic theories with applications to relevant topics, such as employment, growth, environmental protection, affirmative action, exchange rate fluctuations, taxes, and welfare reform. Students explore economics as an intelligent approach to understanding our daily lives as citizens, workers, managers and consumers. Offered each semester. Counts toward environmental studies major (social science emphasis) and management studies concentration.

Economics

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...272 plus ECON 385 -- all require an introductory course and calculus (usually ECON 121 and...

Environmental Studies

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...courses: ECON 121 Principles of Economics (or ECON 110-ECON 120) 1.00 ECON 242...

American Studies

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...United States ECON 242 Environmental Economics ECON 245...Park (off-campus) RACE 121 Introduction to Race...

Latin American Studies

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...SOAN 264 or RACE 121 may be included...See Spanish Elective Courses ECON 243 Economic Development...

Management Studies

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...courses for the management studies concentration include ECON 121 , MGMT 225 and MGMT 251 . Electives...

Social Studies Education

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...Africa, Asia, or Latin America 1.00 ECON 121 Principles of Economics 1.00 ID...