The table below provides a schedule of course offerings in Economics from Fall 2010 to Fall 2012, including summer sessions.
- FA=Fall Semester, SP=Spring Semester, SI=Summer Intersession, SU=Summer Session.
- D=traditional face-to-face class taught during the day;
- E= traditional face-to-face class taught during the evening;
- T=TV class;
- 2=second block class;
- O=on-line class;
- X=class is expected to be taught, but the modality (D, E, T, O) is not known in advance.
- Courses in RED are REQUIRED FOR ECONOMICS MAJORS, and will be offered as indicated.
- For all other courses, the list is tentative and will be updated as required. Modifications may be needed to accommodate student demand, faculty leaves, minimum enrollment requirements, curricular changes, etc.
- Courses in GREEN are intended primarily for Business students; they do not count towards an Economics major.
|Course||FA '10||SP '11||SI '11||SU '11||FA '11||SP '12||SI '12||SU '12||FA '12|
|ECO 155 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS||D, T2||D, T2||X||X||D, T2||D, T2||X||X||D, T2|
|ECO 165 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS||D||D||X||D||D||X||D|
|ECO 302 Economic Analysis for Investors||D||D|
|ECO 305 Money and Banking||D||T2||D||D|
|ECO 310 Labor Economics||D||D|
|ECO 316 Sports and Entertainment Economics||D||D||D|
|ECO 325 Government and Business||D||D||D|
|ECO 346 International Economic Development||D||D||D|
|ECO 365 INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMICS||D||D||D|
|ECO 385 INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMICS||D||D|
|ECO 397 Studies in Economics*||D2*|
|ECO 409 APPLIED ECONOMETRICS||D||D||D|
|ECO 435 The Economic Analysis of Law||D||D|
|ECO 450 Location of Economic Activity||D|
|ECO 456 Comparative Economic Systems||D|
|ECO 473 Mathematical Economics||D||D|
|ECO 500/600 Fundamentals of Economics||O||O||O||O||O|
|ECO 504/604 Health Care Economics||E||E||O**||E|
|ECO 515/615 Public Finance||D|
|ECO 540/640 Economics of the Environment||D||D||D|
|ECO 565/665 International Economics||D||D|
|ECO 585/685 Advanced Economic Analysis||D||D||D|
|ECO 590/790 SENIOR RESEARCH SEMINAR||D||D|
|ECO 710 Micro- and Macroeconomic Analysis||E||E||E||E||E|
NOTE: In addition to the required economics courses identified, economics majors are required to take one of the following statistics courses: AGR 330, MTH 340, PSY 200, QBA237, REC 328, SOC 302.
*Variable content course. In Spring 2011 it will be "Economic History and Thought in the UK," a second-block course with a study away component, with travel taking place at the end of the semester.
**Tentative; the on-line version of this course is currently under preparation.