Course Rotation

Microeconomics Analysis (ECON 305), Macroeconomic Analysis (ECON 306), and International Trade & Business Environment (ECON 300) are offered every semester. The projected schedule electives? offerings are: 

300 Level

Fall 2013

  • Empirical Analysis in Economics (ECON 307)
  • Economics of Poverty (ECON 390)
  • Natural Resource Economics (ECON 320)

Spring 2014

  • Economic Development (ECON 341)
  • Economics and Politics (ECON 360)

400 Level

Fall 2013

  • Public Economics (ECON 440)

Spring 2014

  • Labor Economics (ECON 460)
  • International Economics (ECON 450)