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ECONOM 4351 - Intermediate Microeconomics
Economics - College of Arts and Science, College of Business
Credit Hours: 3
Theory of rational behavior in consumption, production, and pricing decisions of households and firms. Partial equilibria in product and factor markets under competition, monopoly, oligopoly and monopolistic competition. A brief introduction to general equilibrium and welfare economics is provided. Calculus is employed. No credit for students who have completed Economics [ECONOM] 3251. Prerequisites: Economics [ECONOM] 1014 or 1024 or 1051, and Mathematics [MATH] 1400, or equivalent.
Course approved on April 13, 2005.