Economics Courses (ECON) - Online Undergraduate

ECON 188 No Norwich Equivalent 6 Cr.

This course is used for transfer when no equivalent Norwich course exists.

ECON 1XX Economics Elective 6 Cr.

ECON 201 Macroeconomics 3 Cr.

An intensive introduction and overview of the principles of macroeconomics. The course begins with a high-level analysis employment, unemployment, interest rates, and inflation, then moves to a more in-depth look at topics such as monetary and fiscal policies. Topics such as the sub-prime crisis, public debt, and international economic issues are explored.

ECON 202 Microeconomics 3 Cr.

An intensive introduction and overview of the principles of microeconomics. The course begins with a high-level analysis of the U.S. economy and then moves to a more in-depth look at topics such as production and output, pricing, economic growth, and the challenges of international trade, including issues related to international banking and non-U.S. stock markets.

ECON 250 Seminar in Economics 6 Cr.

An intensive introduction and overview of the principles of macro-and micro-economics. The course begins with a high-level analysis of the U.S. economy and then moves to a more in-depth look at topics such as production and output, price formation, economic growth, and the challenges of international trade, including issues related to international banking and stock markets.

ECON 288 No Norwich Equivalent 6 Cr.

This course is used for transfer when no equivalent Norwich course exists.

ECON 310 Socio-Economic Studies 3 Cr.

Students explore tenets and characteristics of various economics systems, analyze economic indicators, conceptualize problems and recommend possible solutions. Pre- requisites: None.

ECON 388 No Norwich Equivalent 6 Cr.

ECON 401 Economic Studies 6 Cr.

In this regional economics course, students complete a research project to analyze the economy of a country or region of interest. Students survey and evaluate the economic institutions and infrastructure of the region. Local, regional and global challenges and opportunities that exist in the region will be explored. The study will include recommendations for improving the well-being of people by strengthening the region’s economic institutions and infrastructure. The course will culminate with a substantive research paper. Pre-requisites: Completion of ECON 310 or permission of Chair of Department of Continuing Studies.

ECON 488 No Norwich Equivalent 6 Cr.

ECON 588 No Norwich Equivalent 6 Cr.

ECON XXX Economics Elective 100 Cr.