Economics

 

Courses Offered:


ECON1303 Consumer Economics
The goal of this course is to familiarize students with consumer issues and make direct applications of economic concepts such as supply and demand, business fluctuations and interest rates to consumer tips.  Specifically, this course addresses the economic issues involved with purchases of homes, cars, and consumer durables.  It explains both monetary and fiscal policy and how consumers are affected by government policy.  Health, auto and life insurance are discussed from theoretical and applied perspectives.  Finally, personal investment, savings, retirement goals and vehicles are introduced and discussed.
48 lecture hours - 3 credit hours

ECON2301 Principles of Macroeconomics
An introduction to the principles of macroeconomics.  This course explores Classical, Keynesian and other models in economics.  Emphasis given to national income, money and banking, monetary and fiscal policy, economic fluctuations and growth.  Other topics include, but are not limited to, introductory international trade and finance, employment, comparative economic systems and economic decision making.
48 lecture hours - 3 credit hours


ECON2302 Principles of Microeconomics

An introduction to the principles of microeconomics.  Emphasis given to price theory, income distribution, costs and productions and theory of the firm.  Other topics include, but are not limited to, introductory international trade and finance, employment, comparative economic systems and economic decision making.
48 lecture hours - 3 credit hours


Economics 2301 & 2302 meet the General Education Core Curriculum, the General Education for a Transfer-Based Associate Degree Core Curriculum, and is a required course of all business majors at the university level.


Faculty:


Dr. Christopher Wreh
Karla Lynch Moses Omane-Boateng

Dr. Christopher Wreh        
Phone:
940-498-6256
(Corinth)
Office#334                   
Email: cwreh@nctc.edu


Karla Lynch
Phone:
940-668-7731 ext. 4389   
(Gainesville)
Office #814                              
Email: klynch@nctc.edu

Moses Omane-Boateng
Phone:
940-521-0720
(Graham)
Email: momane-boateng@nctc.edu


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