Economics: Required Subjects

ECONOMICS TRACK

Pre-requisite:
 
MA 19   APPLIED CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS  (1st semester and 2nd semester)
Pre-requisite: MA 11
 
This is a 6-unit Calculus course for BS Management majors. Topics include mathematical modeling, limits and continuity, derivatives and differentiation, integrals and integration, and functions of more than one variable.  
 
 or
 
MA 20   CALCULUS FOR ECONOMISTS  (1st semester and 2nd semester)
Pre-requisite: MA 11
 
This is a 6-unit calculus course taken primarily by Economics, Management Economics, and Management Information Systems majors. Topics include limits and continuity, the derivative, differentiation, antidifferentiation, the definite integral, the fundamental theorem of calculus, and calculus of functions of more than one variable
 
Intersession
(optional, as per advised of the Academic Adviser)
 
EC 111 INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMIC THEORY 
Pre-requisite: MA 19 or MA 20
 
This course is an analysis of the pricing processes in a market economy under varying competitive conditions, their role in the allocation of resources, and the functional distribution of national income.
 
EC 112 INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMIC THEORY 
Pre-requisite: EC 111
 
 This course is an introduction to the theory of national income determination and economic growth in alternative models of the economy and the interaction and relation of aspects of these models to empirical aggregate analysis.
 
First semester Second semester
 
EC 111 INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMIC THEORY 
Pre-requisite: MA 19 or MA 20
 
This course is an analysis of the pricing processes in a market economy under varying competitive conditions, their role in the allocation of resources, and the functional distribution of national income.
 
EC 112 INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMIC THEORY 
Pre-requisite: EC 111
 
 This course is an introduction to the theory of national income determination and economic growth in alternative models of the economy and the interaction and relation of aspects of these models to empirical aggregate analysis.
 
EC 121 DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS 
Pre-requisite: EC 112
 
This course studies provoking and maintaining accelerated economic growth and equity in less developed countries. Emphasis is on competing perspectives on development,
interaction of socio-cultural change and economic growth, outside participation in economic modernization, the role of the state, and the role of international specialization.
 
 
4TH ECO ELECTIVE
(Any 3 units Economics elective. This last elective must be taken after the other three Economics electives).
 
 
 
EC 111 INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMIC THEORY 
Pre-requisite: MA 19 or MA 20
 
This course is an analysis of the pricing processes in a market economy under varying competitive conditions, their role in the allocation of resources, and the functional distribution of national income.
 
EC 112 INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMIC THEORY 
Pre-requisite: EC 111
 
 This course is an introduction to the theory of national income determination and economic growth in alternative models of the economy and the interaction and relation of aspects of these models to empirical aggregate analysis.
 
EC 121 DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS 
Pre-requisite: EC 112
 
This course studies provoking and maintaining accelerated economic growth and equity in less developed countries. Emphasis is on competing perspectives on development,
interaction of socio-cultural change and economic growth, outside participation in economic modernization, the role of the state, and the role of international specialization.
 
 
4TH ECO ELECTIVE
(Any 3 units Economics elective. This last elective must be taken after the other three Economics electives).