ECO 302 Intermediate Microeconomics

Prerequisites: ECO 102 or permission of instructor; and MAT 135 (or waiver)

Offered: Typically every third regular term (next offered Spring 2013)

Theory of the economic behavior of households and firms in a market context. Includes the development of the determinants of demand, cost, production, and supply. Development of equilibrium models of exchange and welfare economics. Social Science Perspective. 1 Course Credit


1 Course Credit