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ECON 262: Intermediate Microeconomic Theory

Microeconomics is the study of the resource allocation decisions by households, producers, and government and the resource allocation process in various types of market structures. Students are trained in the use of economic models and optimizing techniques to address a variety of real-world problems, including case studies from business and public policy. Offered each semester.
Prerequisites: MATH 119 or MATH 120, and one of Economics 110-121 or permission of instructor. Offered each semester.

Economics

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...courses -- ECON 261 and ECON 262 , and ECON 263 , or STAT 272 plus ECON 385...

Management Studies

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...management studies concentration include ECON 121 , MGMT 225...to Mathematical Reasoning MATH 262 Probability Theory MATH...

Statistics

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...Science for Scientists and Mathematicians ECON 385 Econometrics MATH 262 Probability Theory (strongly recommended for...