ECON 1301 Principles of Microeconomics 3 Credit Hours
An examination of general microeconomic theory with an emphasis on supply and demand, opportunity cost,
consumer choice, the firm, market structures and regulations, allocation of resources, capital, interest, profit, labor unions, income analysis, energy, national resource economics and public policy.
ECON 1302 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 Credit Hours
An examination of general macroeconomics theory with an emphasis on government spending and taxation, national income accounting, economic fluctuations,
macroeconomic theory, fiscal policy, monetary policy, the banking system, economic stabilization, international trade, economic growth, and comparative economic systems.
ECON 4412 Theory of Money 3 Credit Hours
Nature and origin of money and credit; structure and functions of the national banking system. Theory and application of monetary and fiscal policy. Inflation, its nature,
origin and consequences. Hedging. Prerequisites: ECN 1302 or equivalent and Junior status
HIST 3105 Survey of European History Credit Hours
This course explores the
history, culture and customs of Europe, surveying ancient, Medieval, and Renaissance periods.
HIST 3255 Comparative World Religions Credit Hours
A historical and comparative survey of the
principal beliefs and practices of the world's major religions. Major religions are considered: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Shinto and Taoism.
HIST 4052 America: A World Revolution 3 Credit Hours
Development American society and economic system; nature, origins, and evolution of private property and free markets in agriculture, industry, trade, and finance, with special
reference to the United States, and their meanings in relation to American life and institutions.
PSC 4203: The American Political System 3 Credit Hours
Development of the
American political system with emphasis on decision making in the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial departments, Constitutional interpretation and Federalism; and the inputs of political parties, interest groups and
the Federal bureaucracy.
PSC 4410 International Political Economy 3 Credit Hours
An analysis of the various systems of economic organization; comparison of socialist methods of economic
management with the operations of the market economy; overview of the economics of several nations in the world today. Prerequisites: ECON 1301 & ECON 1302