Economics

Economics Courses

ECON 1740: U.S. Economic History (3 credits)
This course focuses on the economic growth and development of the United States from the Colonial period to the present. We analyze the evolution of the American economic system, its economic processes, institutions and important events that have led to the present economic system.

ECON 2010: Microeconomics (3 credits)
This course develops a basic understanding of how individual consumers and firms attempt to maximize returns and minimize costs in economic decision making. Prerequisites: MATH 1010 or higher.

ECON 2020: Macroeconomics  (3 credits)
This course develops a basic understanding of how the national economy works, and how the private and public sectors interact to create stable economic conditions. Prerequisites: ECON 2010.


Economics Faculty


Kerry Hansen 


Economics Major Guide