Economics Courses

Economics Courses

100 level courses

These courses are open to students with no prior background in economics
  • ECON 100 Principles of Economics Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 122 What is Money? Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 135 Understanding Financial Crises Expand for more. Expand

200 level core courses

These courses fulfill the theory, research methods, history and thought requirements for the major. 
  • ECON 201 Intermediate Microeconomics Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 202 Intermediate Macroeconomics Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 229 Introduction to Econometrics Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 216 European Economic History Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 218 Asian Economic History Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 211 History of Economic Thought: 20th Century Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 225 Economic Perspectives Expand for more. Expand

200 level electives

These courses are surveys of the subfields of economics. They are open to unmoderated students who have taken principles.
  • ECON 200 Money and Banking Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 203 Game Theory Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 205 Mathematical Economics Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 206 Economics from the Ground Up Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 212 Health Economics Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 214 Labor Economics Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 221 Economic Development Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 223 International Trade Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 226 Urban and Regional Economics Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 228 Socially Responsible Investing Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 232 International Macroeconomics and Finance Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 233 Controversies in Monetary Economics Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 237 Economics of the Public Sector Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 238: Can You Afford to Grow Old? Social Security, Pensions, and Elder Care in an Aging Society
     
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  • ECON 242 Ecological Economics Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 254 Women and the Economy Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 291 Foundations of Finance and Investments Expand for more. Expand

300 level courses and seminars

These are advanced theory courses and research seminars that are open to moderated economics majors
  • ECON 304 Macroeconomic Stability Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 317 Industrial Organization Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 321 Seminar in Economic Development Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 329 Advanced Econometrics Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 330 Seminar in Geoclassical Economics Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 331 International Migration Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 338 Seminar in Discrimination Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 350 Income Distribution: Applied Research Seminar Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 390 Contemporary Developments in Finance Expand for more. Expand
  • ECON 391 Corporate Finance Expand for more. Expand