The degree in economics is designed to provide students with a foundation in macroeconomics and microeconomics theory. Economics majors will acquire knowledge of the principle economic models for understanding how the national economy functions, the fundamental laws of supply and demand, and international trade theory. Students will be able to apply methodologies to assess fiscal and monetary policy, price levels, and the allocation of goods and resources in competitive and monopolistic markets. Competencies will be assessed through regularly scheduled objective and essay examinations and problem solving assignments.
ECONOMICS AA-T Required Core
(14-15 units): Economics 1 or 1H, 2; Math 150 or 150H; Math 165 or 190
List A (3-5 units): Business 1A, 1B, 28, CIS 13, Math 140, 191
List B (3-5 units): Any course from List A not already completed; Math 220, Math 270
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