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ECON-252 Microeconomics
Credit hours: 3
Cluster:
http://catalog.sanjuancollege.edu/index.php?catoid=7

 

Course Level: Undergraduate

Institution:San Juan College

Pre-requisites: RDNG-096, ENGL-099 & MATH-096

Course Description: Covers the history of economic development, comparisons of the major economic systems, supply and demand, price controls, price elasticity of demand, the distribution of income, social security, problems with measuring income demographic effects on the economy, the cost structure of firms, perfect competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, economies of scale, monopoly regulation, labor markets and an examination of the economy’s effect on the environment. The application of economics to the financial markets is stressed.

Course Syllabus:http://catalog.sanjuancollege.edu/mime/download.pdf?catoid=7&ftype=2&foid=4683

Instructor Vitae:Bart Womack has an MBA from the University of Wyoming and focuses on economics and finance

 

Method of Instruction: Asynchronous, Canvas

Campus visits required: No

Course Contact: Karen Acree

Email: acreek@sanjuancollege.edu

 

Terms offered:

 

Other Considerations: http://bookstore.sanjuancollege.edu

 

Available Seats by Semester for this course:

 

FALL 2018

Section: 601
Instructor:Bart Womack

Class Start Date:Aug-20-18
Class End Date:Dec-12-18
Seats:0 / 5
Seats return deadline:Aug-17-2018





SPRING 2018

Section: 601
Instructor:Bart Womack

Class Start Date:Jan-15-18
Class End Date:May-09-18
Seats:0 / 5
Seats return deadline:Jan-08-2018





SPRING 2019

Section: 601
Instructor:Bart Womack

Class Start Date:Jan-14-19
Class End Date:May-08-19
Seats:0 / 5
Seats return deadline:Jan-09-2019





FALL 2017

Section: 601
Instructor:Bart Womack

Class Start Date:Aug-21-17
Class End Date:Dec-13-17
Seats:0 / 5
Seats return deadline:Aug-17-2017





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