Browse ECOA Courses

ECOA 2301   Prin. of Macroeconomics   ECOA 2301 (ECON 2301) Principles of Macroeconomics (3-0). An analysis of the economy as a whole including measurement and determination of Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply national income inflation and unemployment. Other topics include international trade economic growth business cycles and fiscal policy and monetary policy. Equivalent courses: ECO 2305 (through Summer 2014); ECO 2301 (through Summer 2022)  
ECOA 2302   Prin. of Microeconomics   ECOA 2302 (ECON 2302) Principles of Microeconomics (3-0). Analysis of the behavior of individual economic agents including consumer behavior and demand producer behavior and supply price and output decisions by firms under various market structures factor markets market failures and international trade. Equivalent courses: ECO 2300 (through Summer 2014); ECO 2302 (through Summer 2022)  
ECOA 3300   Monetary Theory & Banking   ECOA 3300 Monetary Theory and Banking (3-0). Course explores the structure of financial markets money and its components the banking system the Federal Reserve System and the ole of monetary policy. Equivalent courses: ECO 3300 (through Summer 2022)  
ECOA 4304   International Eco & Finance   ECOA 4304 International Economics & Finance (3-0). Prerequisites: ECO 2300 or ECO/ECOA 2302, And ECO/ECOA 2301, or ECO 2305, And ECO/ECOA 3301. Equivalent courses: ECO 4304 (through Summer 2022)  
ECOA 5303   Managerial Economics   ECOA 5303 Managerial Economics (3-0). Economic analysis in forming business policies relative to profits, market demand, cost measurement and control, price policy and capital budgeting. The primary objective of this course is to enhance student understanding of microeconomic analysis to managerial decisions. Equivalent courses: ECO/ECON 5303 (through Summer 2022); ECOR 5303  
ECOA 5304   Res & Readings in Economics   ECOA 5304 Research and Readings in Economics (3-0). Class directed reading or research in a particular field of economics. The course may be repeated for credit when the topic varies. Equivalent course: ECO 5304 (to Summer 2022).  
ECOA 5305   Monetary Economics   ECOA 5305 Monetary Economics (3-0). A study of the financial services industry banking and financial regulations money and central banking. Emphasis on monetary theory and policy. Prerequisites: ECO/ECO 3300. Equivalent courses: ECO 5305 (through summer 2022)