The Economics Department provides instruction in the Principles of Economics and survey courses, covering both macroeconomics and microeconomics. Economics is a “way of thinking” rather than a set of facts. Therefore, the focus of the program is to develop students’ ability to utilize the discipline’s unique set of analytic tools in order to be better decision-makers. Successful economics students will have the skills to make more informed decisions about public and personal issues.
Economics 101 and 102 are part of the Economics Degree
Economics 101, 102 and 106 are part of the General Studies: Emphasis in Social Sciences Degree
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