ECONOMICS (ECON)

ECON 001A  PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS  
3 unit  

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC

C-ID: ECON 202

Prerequisite(s): MATH 125

Introductory course in macroeconomic concepts and tools of economic analysis. Theory of demand and supply, national income accounting, economic growth, recessions and inflation. Fiscal and monetary theories and policies. The Federal Reserve system, tools of monetary control and international trade and finance. No credit if taken after ECON 001AH Total of 54 hours lecture.

Grade Mode: Audit, Letter Grade, Pass/No-Pass
ECON 001AH  HONORS PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS  
3 unit  

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC

C-ID: ECON 202

Prerequisite(s): MATH 125
Enrollment Limitation: Acceptance into the Honors program

Introductory course in macroeconomic concepts and tools of economic analysis. Theory of demand and supply, national income accounting, economic growth, recessions and inflation. Fiscal and monetary theories and policies. The Federal Reserve system, tools of monetary control and international trade and finance. This enriched course is designed for the Honors Program allowing, for example, more student directed discussions and more extensive writing assignments that include analysis of economic principles. No credit if taken after ECON 001A. Total of 54 hours lecture.

Grade Mode: Letter Grade, Pass/No-Pass
ECON 001B  PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS  
3 unit  

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC

C-ID: ECON 201

Prerequisite(s): Either ECON 001A or ECON 001AH, and MATH 125

Introductory course in microeconomics price analysis, consumer behavior, comparisons of market structures, resource markets, international trade, income distribution and the role of government. No credit if taken after ECON 001BH. Total of 54 hours lecture.

Grade Mode: Audit, Letter Grade, Pass/No-Pass
ECON 001BH  HONORS PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS  
3 unit  

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC

C-ID: ECON 201.

Prerequisite(s): Either ECON 001A or ECON 001AH, and MATH 125
Enrollment Limitation: Acceptance into the Honors program

Introductory course in microeconomics, price analysis, consumer behavior, comparisons of market structures, resource markets, international trade, income distribution and the role of government. This enriched course is designed for the Honors Program allowing, for example, more student directed discussions and more extensive writing assignments that include analysis of economic principles. No credit it taken after ECON 001B. Total of 54 hours lecture.

Grade Mode: Letter Grade