CSEC 100 Economics for Non Majors

This course covers the basic concepts and analytical techniques used in both microeconomics and macroeconomics. Topics include: consumer choice; firm profit maximization; product, labor, capital, and financial markets; the short-run and long run macroeconomic models; aggregate demand and supply; and the determinants of macroeconomic policy. This course will first be offered Spring 2006.

notes: Only School of Continuing Studies students can receive credit for this course, and students will only receive credit for CSEC 100 OR CSEC 101.