ECONOMICS (Div. II)

Fall Courses
Spring Courses
Not Offered

FALL COURSES

ECON 110(F,S) Principles of Microeconomics

ECON 120(F,S) Principles of Macroeconomics

ECON 204(F) Economic Development in Poor Countries (Same as Environmental Studies 234)*

ECON 208(F) Modern Corporate Industry

ECON 209(F) Labor Economics

ECON 211(F) Women in Development (Same as Women's and Gender Studies)

ECON 213(F) The Economics of Natural Resource Use (Same as Environmental Studies 213)

ECON 215(F) The World Economy

ECON 251(F,S) Price and Allocation Theory

ECON 251(S) Price and Allocation Theory

ECON 252(F,S) Macroeconomics

ECON 253(F,S) Empirical Economic Methods

ECON 301(F) Analytical Views of Political Economy (Same as Political Economy 301 and Political Science 333)

ECON 357T(F) The Strange Economics of College

ECON 358(F) International Economics

ECON 359(F) The Economics of Higher Education

ECON 360(F,S) International Monetary Economics

ECON 397(F), 398(S) Independent Study

ECON 401(F) Senior Seminar+

ECON 493(F)-W031-494(S) Honors Thesis

ECON 501(F) Development Economics I*

ECON 507(F) International Trade and Development

ECON 509(F) Developing Country Macroeconomics

ECON 510(F) Statistics/Econometrics

ECON 511(F) Statistics/Econometrics

SPRING COURSES

ECON 110(F,S) Principles of Microeconomics

ECON 120(F,S) Principles of Macroeconomics

ECON 207(S) China's Economic Transformation Since 1980*

ECON 220(S) American Economic History*

ECON 233(S) Transition Economies in Eastern Europe

ECON 240T(S) Colonialism and Underdevelopment in South Asia*

ECON 251(F,S) Price and Allocation Theory

ECON 251(S) Price and Allocation Theory

ECON 252(F,S) Macroeconomics

ECON 253(F,S) Empirical Economic Methods

ECON 255(S) Econometrics

ECON 317(S) Finance and Capital Markets

ECON 353(S) Decision-making and Judgment

ECON 360(F,S) International Monetary Economics

ECON 361T(S) Questioning the Philosophical and Psychological Foundations of Economics

ECON 362(S) Global Competitive Strategies+

ECON 363(S) Money and Banking

ECON 369(S) Agriculture and Development Strategy (Same as Economics 512)

ECON 371(S) Economic Justice

ECON 373(S) Open-Economy Macroeconomics (Same as Economics 513)

ECON 378(S) Public Finance (Same as Economics 503)

ECON 385(S) Game Theory and Information

ECON 387(S) Economic Transition in East Asia (Same as Economics 517)*

ECON 397(F), 398(S) Independent Study

ECON W030-404(S) Honors Seminar

ECON 493(F)-W031-494(S) Honors Thesis

ECON 502(S) Development Economics II*

ECON 503(S) Public Finance (Same as Economics 378)

ECON 512(S) Agriculture and Development Strategy (Same as Economics 369)

ECON 513(S) Open-Economy Macroeconomics (Same as Economics 373)

ECON 515(S) Environmental Policy and Natural Resource Management (Same as Economics 386)

ECON 517(S) Economic Transition in East Asia (Same as Economics 387)*

ECON 520(S) Research Studies

NOT OFFERED COURSES

ECON 205 Public Finance (Not offered 2001-2002)

ECON 206 Current Economic Problems (Not offered 2001-2002)

ECON 212 Sustainable Development (Same as Environmental Studies 212) (Not offered 2001-2002)*

ECON 226 Latin American Economic Development (Not offered 2001-2002)*

ECON 230 The Economics of Health and Health Care (Not offered 2001-2002)

ECON 235 Urban Centers and Urban Systems

ECON 238 The Regions of America (Same as Environmental Studies 238) (Not offered 2001-2002)

ECON 355 Feminist Economics (Not offered 2001-2002)+

ECON 356 Topics in World Economic History (Not offered 2001-2002)

ECON 365 Economic Reform in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union (Not offered 2001-2002)

ECON 376 The Economics of Labor (Not offered 2001-2002)

ECON 377 Environmental Economics and Policy (Same as Environmental Studies 377) (Not offered 2001-2002)

ECON 381 Regulation of Business (Same as Economics 519) (Not offered 2001-2002)

ECON 382 Industrial Organization (Not offered 2001-2002)

ECON 383 The Urban Economy (Same as Economics 516) (Not offered 2001-2002)

ECON 384 Advanced Topics in Finance and Capital Markets (Not offered 2001-2002)

ECON 386(S) Environmental Policy and Natural Resource Management (Same as Economics 515) (Not offered 2001-2002)

ECON 388 Beyond Markets: Institutions and Human Interests (Not offered 2001-2002)

ECON 394 History of Economic Thought (Not offered 2001-2002)

ECON 515 Environmental Policy and Natural Resource Management (Same as Economics 386) (Not offered 2001-2002)

ECON 516 The Urban Economy (Same as Economics 383) (Not offered 2001-2002)

ECON 519 Regulation of Business (Same as Economics 381) (Not offered 2001-2002)