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ECONOM 1024 - Fundamentals of Microeconomics
Economics - College of Arts and Science, College of Business
Credit Hours: 3
Math Reasoning Proficiency Course
This course uses mathematical reasoning to provide an elementary quantitative introduction to fundamental concepts in microeconomics. It uses college algebra nad simple geometric concepts to describe the behavior of economic units, such as consumers, firms and resource owners, and to depict their interaction through production and exchange in perfect and imperfect markets. Not open to students who have completed ECONOM 1014, 1051H, or 4332. Prerequisite: prior completion of MATH 1100/1120 or equivalent with grade of C or better. Math Reasoning Proficiency Course.
Course approved on April 14, 2005.