MICROECONOMICS

The theory of microeconomics makes use of the tools of marginal cost-benefit analysis to provide a framework for the economic analysis of decision-making. The focus is on the choices of individual firms and consumers, and the resultant outcomes in individual markets. The social implications of the functioning of competitive markets are examined, as well as the causes of market failure and the potential roles of government in correcting them. Prerequisite: ACT math score of 19 or above

Credits: 
3
Program Code: 
ECON
Course Number: 
202
Academic Program(s): 
Economics
Professional Land & Resource Management Program (PLRM)
Business Administration