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Economics Program


Courses

BUSC 1A — Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics
3 Units (C-ID ECON 202) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture
Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A, and successful completion of MATH 71 or MATH 71B or MATH 71X
Principles of aggregate economic analysis; economic cycles including recession, unemployment, inflation and economic growth; national income accounts; money and financial institutions; monetary and fiscal policy; alternative economic viewpoint; budget deficits and public debts; international trade and finance.
 
BUSC 1AH — Principles of Economics
3 Units - Macroeconomics- Honors (C-ID ECON 202) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture
Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program and MATH 71, or MATH 71B, or MATH 71X
Principles of aggregate economic analysis; economic cycles including recession, unemployment, inflation and economic growth; national income accounts; money and financial institutions; monetary and fiscal policy; alternative economic viewpoint; budget deficits and public debts; international trade and finance. An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. Students may not receive credit for both BUSC 1A and BUSC 1AH.
 
BUSC 1B — Principles of Economics - Microeconomics
3 Units (C-ID ECON 201) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture
Prerequisite: BUSC 1A or BUSC 1AH Economic analysis with emphasis on price and distribution theory, scarcity, opportunity costs, supply, demand, elasticity of supply and demand, consumer’s behavior, cost theory and output determination under various market structures, factor markets, public choice, income distribution, externalities and government regulation, and comparative economic systems.
 
BUSC 1BH — Principles of Economics
3 Units - Microeconomics - Honors (C-ID ECON 201) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture
Prerequisite: BUSC 1A or BUSC 1AH Economic analysis with emphasis on price and distribution theory, scarcity, opportunity costs, supply, demand, elasticity of supply and demand, consumer’s behavior, cost theory and output determination under various market structures, factor markets, public choice, income distribution, externalities and government regulation, and comparative economic systems. This is an honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. Students may not receive credit for both BUSC 1B and BUSC 1BH.
 
BUSC 17 — Applied Business Statistics
3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: MATH 71
Statistical reasoning and application of primary statistical techniques used in solving managerial problems. Topics include collection and interpretation of data, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability distributions, sampling and estimation, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, linear regression and correlation and index numbers.