ECON 1010 Principles of Macroeconomics (3L,3CR)[E][CS]:
An introduction to our present mixed capitalistic economic system. Emphasis is on the role of markets, the determination of national output, inflation and unemployment, the banking system, and the economic role of government.
ECON 1020 Principles of Microeconomics (3L,3CR)[E][CS]:
An introduction to the economics behavior of firms and households in a market economy and the environment in which they operate. Also studies the roles of government and foreign trade, as it relates to the decisions of firms and households.
ECON 2000 International Economics (3L,3CR):
This is a three credit introductory course in international economics. This course will introduce topics in international trade, development, and international finance. The gains from specialization and trade will be studied, as well as explanations of trade patterns among countries. Economic theories will be presented to explain why some countries are poor, as well as appropriates policies to promote development in the third world. Foreign exchange markets will be studied, as well as the effects of international trade and capital flows on domestic economies. Prerequisite: ECON 1010 and ECON 1020.
ECON 2400 Environmental Economics (3L,3CR):
This is a three credit introductory course in environmental economics. This course will cover such traditional environmental topics as pollution control, externalities and public lands. Issues of sustainability of the current economic system with respect to fossil fuel use and environmental destruction will be addressed. A balance between theory and institutional background will be presented in this course. Prerequisite: ECON 1010 and ECON 1020.
ECON 2490 Topics: (Subtitle) (1-3L,1-3CR):
Offered in answer to specific need or public interest.
MATH 2200 Calculus I (5L,5CR)[E][QB]:
Introduction to the calculus of single variables. Covers derivatives of polynomial, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions. Includes limits, applications of derivatives and related theorems. Prerequisite: a "C" or better in MATH 1405 or 1450, or an ACT Composite Math score of 27 or better, or an appropriate COMPASS Exam score within the past year.
MATH 2205 Calculus II (5L,5CR)[E]:
Completion of the calculus of single variables. Cover integrals of polynomial, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions. Theory includes applications of integration, methods of integration, elementary differential equations, and infinite sequences and series. Prerequisite: MATH 2200.
MATH 2350 Business Calculus I (4L,4CR)[E][QB]:
The study of single variable calculus emphasizing applications in business, social and behavioral, or life sciences. Prerequisite: MATH 1400, or an ACT math score of 27 or better or an appropriate COMPASS Exam within the past year.
MATH 2355 Business Calculus II (4L,4CR)[E]:
A study of finite mathematics emphasizing business, behavioral and social sciences. Topics include finance, matrix theory, linear programming, and game theory. Additional topics can include probability, statistics and exponential distributions. Prerequisite: MATH 2350 and STAT 2050 must be taken either prior to or concurrently with MATH 2355.
STAT 2050 Fundamentals of Statistics (5L,5CR)[E][QB]:
Primarily for the students of the life sciences, behavioral sciences, and physical sciences. Includes frequency distributions and graphics, central tendency, dispersion, useful probability models, and basic statistical inference including linear regression and correlation. Prerequisite: a C or better in MATH 1000 or MATH 1400, or an ACT Math score of 23 or better, or an appropriate COMPASS Exam score within the past year.