MICRONECONOMICSECO 202-51 & C51 – SPRING 2019CLINT DOYLE, MBAMONDAY 635-925pmphone: 717-350-9994 email: [email protected]*Preferred CommunicationMain: CSC 107Thorpe: HS318If urgent, text me for a quicker responseOffice hours: By appointmentObjective: Deals with the study of the decision-making process of individual economic agents, both consumers and producers. Various market conditions for both inputs and outputs and their impact on prices, costs, and production are emphasized. Issues such as government regulation, antitrust legislation, and international trade will be included. A knowledge of elementary algebra is helpful.Required Text: Principles of Economics, by Case/Fair/Oster, 12th edition (11thedition is OK)ISBN: 9780134078779THIS CLASS USES CANVAS, THE COLLEGE’S ONLINE LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.Canvas:Class documents, syllabus, homework, answer keys, handouts and Practice Exam (with answers) will be posted. Please use [email protected] email for faster communication. The Gradebook in Canvas provides an estimateof your course grade, it is NOT your official course grade. Practice Exam:Posted in Canvas (with answers) – use as a study tool for all exams/quizzes.Optional:Myeconlab available for purchase online @ Grading and AssessmentLCCC has adopted a +/- grading system. Each final grade used in the calculation of the GPA is assigned a quality point value. The numeric value of the grade (A = 4.0, A- = 3.7, B+ = 3.3, B = 3.0, B- = 2.7, C+ = 2.3, C = 2.0,C- = 1.7, D = 1.0, F = 0.0) is multiplied by the number of credits for the particular course to obtain the quality points earned in that course.Course Requirements:PointsGRADING:Exams and quizzes will be made up of multiple choice, short answer/essays or numerical/graphical problems. You may replace your lowest quiz score with your second lowest quiz score. Extra credit quizzes MAY be given throughout the semester. The final exam is cumulative.