ECON 2113-602-Spring2012-SYLLABUS-2(1)

ECON 2113-602-Spring2012-SYLLABUS-2(1) - COURSE PRINCIPLES...

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COURSE: PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS : ECON 2113- 602 SPRING Semester 2012 LECTURER: Lateef Balogun CLASS TIME/ DAY: ONLINE OFFICE: Room, Brewster Hall EMAIL ADDRESS: [email protected] , TEL #. COURSE DESCRIPTION: ECONOMICS: is the social science that studies how people use limited resources to satisfy their needs and wants through the production, distribution, exchange, and consumption of goods and services. This an introductory course to Microeconomics, it entails the survey of the price system, individual markets in the economy, types of competitive / noncompetitive markets, decision making processes by individual consumer, producer and the public sector relative to scarce resources. This course satisfies the general Education requirement for social science, and is required for majors and minors in the department of Economics of the Harriot College Arts and Sciences and for the fields in the College of Business. COURSE OUTCOME: 1. To give the student a basic understanding of economic concepts, definitions, theories and application. 2. For the student to be able to evaluate an ongoing economic situation and its effect on the individual and the society. 3. To give the student a career alternative choice. 4. To encourage the student to develop critical thinking skills.
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Course ID: ECON 2113-602 Instructor(s): LATEEF BALOGUN Start date: JANUARY 9 TH .2012 YOU NEED TO PURCHASE THE STUDENT ACCESS KIT ( WEBTUTOR) ALONG WITH THE TEXTBOOK.
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