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ACBSP

ECON-2110

This course provides an introduction to the essential principles of economics. These principles would include such areas as: supply and demand, elasticity, productivity and cost analysis, economic efficiency, national income, the consumer price index, monetary and fiscal policy, business cycles, and economic performance. Students pursuing majors from the Department of Business Administration may not take this class for credit.

Credits:
3.0
Academic Level:
Undergraduate
Department:
BA
Subject:
Economics [ECON]
Terms Offered:
2018FA,2018SU,2018SP,2017FA,2017SP,2016FA,2016SP,2015FA,2015SU,2015SP,2014FA,2014SP,2013FA,2013SP,2012FA,2012SP,2011FA,2011SP,2010FA,2010SP,2009FA,2009SP,2008SP
Term Sect Instructor Meeting Location/Days/Time Cap Used
2018FA 02 Dr. Jeff Guernsey ONL
Dates: 08/22/18-12/14/18
18 0
2018FA 01 Dr. John Tarwater MIL 150 LEC TR 08:30AM-09:45AM
Dates: 08/22/18-12/14/18
25 0
2018SU 02 Dr. Jeffrey Haymond LEC MTWRF 08:30AM-09:50AM
LEC MTWRF 10:50AM-12:00PM
LEC MTWRF 01:00PM-02:30PM
Dates: 06/11/18-06/22/18
10 0
2018SU 03 Dr. Jeffrey Haymond LEC MTWRF 08:30AM-09:50AM
LEC MTWRF 10:50AM-12:00PM
LEC MTWRF 01:00PM-02:30PM
Dates: 06/11/18-06/22/18
0 0
2018SU 01 Dr. John Tarwater ONL
Dates: 05/29/18-08/17/18
18 0
2018SP 01 Dr. John Tarwater MIL 105 LEC TR 08:30AM-09:45AM
Dates: 01/09/18-05/04/18
48 44
2018SP 02 Dr. Jeffrey Haymond ONL
Dates: 01/09/18-05/04/18
0 18