EC 201 - Principles of Microeconomic Theory with Applications
Credits - 4 Lecture - 4
Introduction to Microeconomics. Focuses on the behavior of individual consumers and business firms and how their interaction leads to a set of prices that act to allocate scarce resources among alternative uses. This course includes applications of microeconomic theory to current economic problems.
Prerequisite: WR 060 or Placement, MTH 070 or higher
WR 115 strongly recommended.
Course Designation: Discipline Studies - A transferable course that meets distribution (group) requirements in the associate of arts Oregon transfer (A.A.O.T.) degree and the associate of science (A.S.) degree. Note: Courses meeting distribution requirements may always be used as electives in the transfer degrees.
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