Scheduled Course Offerings
This listing is only for courses taught by the Economics Program.
It is subject to change based upon staffing issues.
For courses with ECON prefixes taught by other departments, contact those departments.

Course Number
Course Name
Professor
Prerequisites
Fall 2014
Spring 2015
Fall 2015
Spring 2016
Fall 2016
Sping 2017
ECON 113
Comparative Economic Systems
Csaplar
none
X

X

X

ECON 162
Principles of Macroeconomics
Csaplar
none
X
X
X
X
X
X
ECON 163
Principles of Microeconomics
Hatzopoulos
Staff
none
X
X
X
X
X
X
ECON 205
BUSI 205
Quantitative Methods ...
Csaplar
Same requirements as MATH 201
?

X

X
ECON 222 ACCT 222
BUSI 222
Research Methods
Staff
ECON 163 and either MATH 281 or MATH 383 or PSYC 205.  Prerequisite or corequisites MATH 282 or MATH 384

X

X

X
ECON 260
Comparative Economic Development
Csaplar
ECON 162 or ECON 163



X


ECON 280
Managerial Economics
W Fletcher Staff
ECON 163  X

X

X

ECON 287
PYSC 287
Organizations and Human Behavior
Affeltranger none

X

X

X
ECON 301
Intermediate Microeconomics
Csaplar
Staff
ECON 163 and
either MATH 201 or BUSA 205
X

X

X

ECON 302
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Csaplar
ECON 162

X

X

X
ECON 304
Advanced Microeconomics
Csaplar
Staff
ECON 301

X

X

X
ECON 350
BUSI 350
Business Cycles and Forecasting
Csaplar
ECON 302 and MATH 282
X

X

X

ECON 360
International Trade
Csaplar
ECON 162 and 163





X
ECON 477
Senior Seminar in Economics
Csaplar
Caluculus, and Senior standing in Economics or permission of the instructor
X

X

X

ECON 487
Independent Study
TBA

X

X

X

ECON 488
Independent Study
TBA


X

X

X
ECON 490
Senior Project
Reilly
Senior majoring in Economics (Project proposal must be approved in the Fall of the senior year regardless of when credit is received.)
X
X
X
X
X
X


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