Apr 21, 2021  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog
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ECON 101 - Economics in Everyday Life

Credits: (3)
Instructional Method: Three hours lecture.
Economics is the study of making decisions when faced with alternatives. The act of making choices does not happen in a vacuum. Decisions are made in a world with other people, necessitating that choices must somehow be coordinated across time and space. This course will study how we coordinate, cooperate, and compete with strangers.

Note(s): Students who have completed ECON 105 , ECON 106 , ECON 205, or ECON 206 may not take ECON 101. This course has been approved for Core Curriculum credit in U.S. Perspectives and Core Coursework in Cultural or Behavioral Analysis.



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