Intermediate Microeconomics for Public Policy
Public Policy H&S - Humanities & Sciences
This course introduces the theories of consumers, producers, and markets, and uses these concepts to understand how people make complex economic decisions in the real world. By the end of the course, students will be familiar with core microeconomic models and be able to use them with real-world applications related to government spending, taxation, and welfare programs. The goal of the course is for students to learn how microeconomists think and approach economic problems. Prerequisites: ECON 1 and MATH 20 or equivalent.
ROP - Letter or Credit/No Credit
Course Repeatable for Degree Credit?
Does this course satisfy the University Language Requirement?