Courses: Introduction to Economics (ECONH105B01)

Spring 2012

An introduction to microeconomic topics --opportunity cost, supply and demand, consumer decision making, the theory of the firm, market structures, and efficiency and market failure--and macroeconomic topics --the determination of GDP, money and interest rates, unemployment and inflation, and fiscal and monetary policy. Because Econ 105 requires graphical and algebraic competency, students are strongly encouraged to take a college-level calculus course either before or concurrently with this course.

Fulfills: SO I

Department

Economics (Web site)

Taught By

Anne Preston (Profile)

Meeting Times

MW 11:30-1:00