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Other Courses referencing this course

In The Catalog Prerequisites:

BADM 2201 : International Financial Environment
BADM 3401 : Basic Marketing Management
BADM 3401W : Basic Marketing Management
BADM 3501 : Financial Management and Markets
ECON 2101 : Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
ECON 2102 : Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
ECON 2103 : Intermediate Microeconomic Theory: A Mathematical Approach
ECON 2104 : Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory: A Mathematical Approach
ECON 2121 : Financial Economics
ECON 2122 : Monetary Theory and Policy
ECON 2133 : Econ-Former Soviet Un/E Europe
ECON 2135 : Microeconomic Public Policy Analysis
ECON 2136 : Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
ECON 2151 : Economic Development
ECON 2157 : Urban and Regional Economics
ECON 2158 : Industrial Organization
ECON 2159 : Government Regulation of the Economy
ECON 2167 : Economics of Crime
ECON 2169 : Introduction to the Economy of China
ECON 2170 : Introduction to the Economy of Japan
ECON 2180 : Survey of International Economics
ECON 2181 : International Trade Theory and Policy
ECON 2182 : International Macroeconomic Theory and Policy
ECON 2185 : Economic History and Problems of Latin America
ECON 2195 : Special Topics
ECON 2198 : Special Topics in Economics - Regional
ECON 2199 : Special Topics in Economics
ECON 3105 : Economic Forecasting
ECON 3142 : Labor Economics
ECON 3148 : Health Economics
ECON 3161 : Public Finance: Expenditure Programs
ECON 3162 : Public Finance: Taxation
ECON 3165 : Economics of Human Resources
ECON 3190 : Law and Economics
ECON 3191 : Game Theory
ECON 4199 : Independent Research - Economics
ECON 6280 : Survey of International Economics
IBUS 3001 : Introduction to International Business
IBUS 3001W : Introduction to International Business
IBUS 3101 : Global Financial Environment
IBUS 4402 : Managing in Developing Countries
IBUS 4404 : Global Energy

As A Banner Equivalent:

HONR 2044 : Honors Macroeconomics

As A Banner Prerequisite:

BADM 3401 : Basic Marketing Management
BADM 3501 : Financial Management and Markets
ECON 2101 : Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
ECON 2102 : Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
ECON 2103 : Intermediate Microeconomic Theory: A Mathematical Approach
ECON 2104 : Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory: A Mathematical Approach
ECON 2121 : Financial Economics
ECON 2122 : Monetary Theory and Policy
ECON 2123 : Introduction to Econometrics
ECON 2135 : Microeconomic Public Policy Analysis
ECON 2136 : Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
ECON 2148 : Survey of Health Economics
ECON 2151 : Economic Development
ECON 2157 : Urban and Regional Economics
ECON 2158 : Industrial Organization
ECON 2167 : Economics of Crime
ECON 2169 : Introduction to the Economy of China
ECON 2170 : Introduction to the Economy of Japan
ECON 2180 : Survey of International Economics
ECON 2181 : International Trade Theory and Policy
ECON 2182 : International Macroeconomic Theory and Policy
ECON 2185 : Economic History and Problems of Latin America
ECON 2195 : Special Topics
ECON 2198 : Special Topics in Economics - Regional
ECON 2199 : Special Topics in Economics
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Economics (ECON)
ECON
1012
Principles of Economics II
Principles of Economics II
Spring 2017
0,3
Course Type
Discussion Group
Lecture
Default Grading Method
Letter Grade

No
No
ECON 1011 OR HONR 2043
Corequisites

600

Frequency of Offering

Term(s) Offered

Are there Course Equivalents?
Yes
 
HONR 2044 - Honors Macroeconomics
No
Fee Type


No


Continuation of ECON 1011. Major economic principles, institutions, and problems in contemporary life. Topics in macroeconomics, including national income concepts, unemployment and inflation, institutions of monetary control.
By the end of this course students should be able to:
1. Represent mathematical information symbolically, visually, numerically, and verbally
2. Articulate precise mathematical definitions and propositions and draw inferences from them
3. Use algebraic, geometric, or statistical calculations to solve problems
4. Interpret and explain information represented in mathematical forms (e.g. graphs, equations, diagrams, tables)

Course Attribute
Gen Ed: Social Science
CCAS - GCR:Social & Behavioral
SEAS - Soc. Science Electives
The GPAC Committee approved this course for GPAC Qualitative Reasoning on November 18, 2016 (candaceg).
Key: 2474