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Prerequisites: The above course requirements presume that the student has completed the following courses (or their equivalent), typically found in an A.S. degree program, prior to matriculation. If not, these become additional required courses in the program. Accounting (BCOR 201 & 202) Economics (BCOR 111 & 112) Business Technology I (CIS 150) Composition (LENG 111 & 112)

Algebra or Business Math (MATH 111/114) Management (BCOR 251) Legal Env/Bus Law (BCOR 203/MGMT 204)

ECONOMICS FACULTY: Professor: Robert F. Booker. Associate Professor: Gary P. Mahan. Assistant Professor: Charles A. Bennett.

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS: ECON 101: Basic Economics The main objective of the course is to interest students in basic economic issues and the application of economic methods to study these issues. Each semester the topics may include the following issues: the environment, the global economy, poverty, unemployment, inflation, health care, crime, urban blight and labor productivity. Basic Economics meets the Social Science requirements for the Core of Discovery. 3 credits BCOR 111: Principles of Microeconomics See the course description under the Business Core.

3 credits

BCOR 112: Principles of Macroeconomics See the course description under the Business Core.

3 credits

ECON 199: Selected Topics in Economics A comprehensive study of a specific topic in economics.

1-3 credits

ECON 211: Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis An intermediate level course in the methods of microeconomic analysis, emphasizing supply and demand analysis, elasticity, production and cost principles, and pricing and output decisions under different market structures. Prerequisites: ECON 101 or BCOR 111, or permission of the instructor. 3 credits ECON 212: Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis An intermediate level course in the methods of macroeconomic analysis emphasizing national income determination and monetary and fiscal policy. Prerequisites: ECON 101 or BCOR 112, or permission of the instructor. 3 credits BCOR 221: Business Statistics See the course description under the Business Core.

3 credits

ECON 241: International Economics A study of the basis for trade between nations, balance of payment problems and the influence of national policies in dealing with trade, monetary problems, and the multinational business firms in the global economy. Prerequisite: BCOR 111 3 credits ECON 242: Economic Development A study of the economics of growth as applied to less developed nations. There is an

Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013  

Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013

Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013  

Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013

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