Econ 211: Intermediate Microeconomics


A study of how individuals and organizations deal with the problem of scarcity, the role of prices in coordinating economic activity, criteria for determining desirable allocation of resources, the mix of private and public institutions, and the economic basis of public policies.

 

Prerequisites:

ECON101 – Principles of Economics
MATH141 – Differential Calculus and Economic Modeling
MATH186 – Applied Statistics