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ECON2215E - Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

Probe the complexities of designing public policy for environmental and natural resource issues. In an economic framework, examine the concepts of externalities, public goods and depletable resources. Discuss the relative merits of property rights, command and control regulation, taxes and...
Code: ECON2215E

ECON5545E - Econometrics I

Learn basic theories and methods underlying empirical economics and the estimation and application of the general linear model. Learn the application of the least square properties, tests of significance, confidence regions, analysis of variance, predictions and multicollinearity. The course...
Code: ECON5545E

ECON5546E - Econometrics II

Gain skills in simulation, forecasting and policy analysis using econometric models. Expand your knowledge of general linear models to include dummy variables, seasonal adjustment, autocorrelation, lagged variables and simultaneous-equation estimation methods (two stage least squares, limited...
Code: ECON5546E

ECON1310E - Principles of Economics I: Macroeconomics

Explore macroeconomics and the economic organization of a market economy. Gain an appreciation and understanding of fiscal and monetary policies. Discover the role of supply and demand, consumption, investment, production, taxes, and money and banking. Study contemporary problems of unemployment and...
Code: ECON1310E

ECON1311E - Principles of Economics II: Microeconomics

Gain an overview of the modern market economy as a system for dealing with the problem of scarcity. Study supply and demand, welfare and surplus, markets and market failures. Gain an understanding of the roles of consumers, producers and other economic agents. ACE College Credit Recommendation...
Code: ECON1311E

ECON2500E - Understanding Economic Indicators: Main Street vs. Wall Street

Gain a more sophisticated appreciation of the key economic indicators released by the federal government and reported in the popular and business presses. Learn how to access this indicator information, interpret statistics and trends and place these indicators into their appropriate economic...
Code: ECON2500E

ECON7126E - European Economics

In analyzing the EU, students analyze the theoretical benefits to the common market and if it has been successful or not. Students study the effects of economic integration, rich and poor Europe, National vs. European identity, trade creation and trade diversion, among other pertinent topics.
Code: ECON7126E

ECON8012E - Comparative Economics

Students analyze the main economic systems operating today and their effect on international trade policies, comparing economic internal growth in centrally planned, mixed, and capitalist economics. The performance of various economic systems in today's global economy and discusses important...
Code: ECON8012E

ECON2203E - Economics of Corporate Finance

Master the basics of corporate finance and knowledge of the corporate financial manager's role in the firm as it relates to long-term issues in investing and financing. Learn to analyze how stocks and bonds are valued and how corporations raise the financing required for major investments. Topics...
Code: ECON2203E

ECON5500E - International Trade Policy

Learn the basics of U.S. trade law and its development. Gain knowledge of the economic, political and legal foundations of trade policies and their interaction with international commitments. Examine the U.S. role in international trade organizations and agreements, like the WTO and NAFTA. Discuss...
Code: ECON5500E

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Business and Management Business and Management includes courses from a variety of disciplines: Accounting, Editing, English, Writing, Financial Management, Human Resources, and Management. Advance your knowledge of federal HR topics from EEO to staffing and placement, or improve your oral and...

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