ECON 102. An introduction to microeconomic theory. Topics include: pricing process, marginal products, agricultural policy, income distribution and more.
"At the simplest level, economics can better show us the consequences of our actions. Less simple are cases in which we don’t have the knowledge to predict the full consequences."
Winner of Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
About the Course
Starting September 30, 2019
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Pay over 6 weeks – four installment payments.
Payment one: 25% up front.
Payment two: 25% due 2 weeks from payment one.
Payment two: 25% due 4 weeks from payment one.
Payment two: 25% due 6 weeks from payment one.
No refunds, full or partial, after October 5th, 2019.
Economics, A Contemporary Introduction | 11th Edition
McEachern, William A.
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A study of microeconomics. The course covers the following topics: pricing process under perfect and imperfect competition, utility, marginal products, government policies for agriculture, distribution of income.
College-level reading and writing
We make sure that our courses transfer easily to California State Universities. This course transfers to:
CSU Dominguez Hills
San Francisco State