ECO 202 5000 - Microeconomics

This course is designed principally for those students who intend to pursue professional careers in fields such as economics, accounting, finance, management and administration. It is also opened to highly motivated students in other areas. The course will focus on price theory in conjunction with: the laws of supply and demand, the analysis of cost, profit, market structure, production theory, and the pricing of productive factors. Significant contemporary economic problems will also be investigated.

Course Credit:

Prof. Ross Tippit

Special Instructions and Information:

This course meets every Thursday from 4pm to 5:15pm in F614.