ECO 211 Introductory Microeconomics
Focuses on the interactions among households, producers, and governments in market economies. Applies fundamental methods of economic analysis to topics such as: household spending and saving patterns; producer pricing, profits, and organization; wages and income distribution; investment decisions; health care and insurance; government taxes, spending, and regulation of markets. General education course SS/B. Prerequisite: MTH 110. Sophomore standing recommended. Three credits. Offered every semester.
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