Course Descriptions

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ECON-202

Principles of Economics (Micro)

Credit(s): 3

ECON 202 is an introductory study of the economic behavior of individual consumers and suppliers. It examines consumer response to price and income changes and levels of satisfaction, supplier response to costs, and business response to degree of competition. Economic vocabulary and analysis of economic situations are emphasized. This is a required course in the Business Administration and Business Education programs. It satisfies a social science requirement for the A.S., A.A. and A.A.S. degrees. Prior completion of other courses is not required. Lecture: 3 hours per week Recommended: Sophmore standing. MATH 108 or two years of high school algebra: ECON 201 also helps to provide familiarity with vocabulary and methodology